1. Fantasy Baseball Sell High Candidates: Looking at the Top 5 Pitcher's BABIP

    If a pitcher has enjoyed some good luck, does that mean that he is a definite sell high candidate? Not necessarily, as there are a lot of factors that should go into deciding whether you should trade a pitcher or not...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 908 reads 2 comments

  2. Fantasy Baseball Sell-High Candidates: Josh Beckett & Jhoulys Chacin

    Fantasy owners are always looking to maximize value, whether by acquiring a player or trading one away...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 789 reads 3 comments

  3. Fantasy Baseball: Is Hunter Pence a Prime Sell-High Trade Candidate?

    On Friday night Hunter Pence gave fantasy owners a small scare, leaving the game with tightness in his back—subsequently sitting on Sunday...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 698 reads 5 comments

  4. Fantasy Baseball Rookie Pitcher Rundown: Dillon Gee, Josh Collmenter & More

    Rookie pitchers can be a great source of value for fantasy owners, as they can be picked up off the waiver wire instead of having to pay a premium to get them...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 90 reads 0 comments

  5. Fantasy Baseball: Potential June 1 Call-Ups (Pitcher Edition)

    Last week, we looked at a few infielders who could soon get the call now that the Super Two Status deadline has come and gone (click here to view the article)...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 1,977 reads 0 comments

  6. Fantasy Baseball Prospect: Will Paul Goldschmidt Be '11 Version of Mike Stanton?

    Paul Goldschmidt has become a hot name among prospects for fantasy owners, and rightfully so. The 23-year-old first baseman has torn apart the Southern League over his first 53 games of the season like few players are capable...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 1,427 reads 0 comments

  7. MLB: Potential June 1 Call-Ups (Infielders Edition)

    June 1 is the magical date at which some top prospects can be recalled without concerns for Super Two status coming into effect...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 3,859 reads 0 comments

  8. Fantasy Baseball Food for Thought: Will Troy Tulowitzki's Average Improve?

    Troy Tulowitzki is regarded as not only one of the elite shortstops in the game, but one of the elite hitters as well, and rightfully so. In September 2010 he showed just how good he could be, hitting ...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 337 reads 2 comments

  9. Fantasy Baseball Buy Low or Ignore: Would the Real Ian Kinsler Please Stand Up?

    Ian Kinsler was supposed to be one of the elite second baseman in the league. He was supposed to put his issues from the past two seasons behind him and rediscover the 20/20 ability that fantasy owners lust for...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 25 reads 0 comments

  10. Fantasy Baseball Sell High Candidate: Is It Time to Part Ways with Max Scherzer?

    Entering the season, Max Scherzer was a pitcher that many people had strong feelings about. He was viewed as a potential fantasy ace, after he returned from the minor leagues on May 30 to post a 2...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 689 reads 2 comments

  11. Fantasy Baseball Buy Low Candidate: Should Fantasy Owners Be Targeting Alex Rios

    Alex Rios was supposed to be one of the elite outfielders in the game. He has shown the power/speed combination that fantasy owners lust for. However, we have yet to see the full potential that he possesses in 2011...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 41 reads 2 comments

  12. Fantasy Baseball Rookie Watch: Will Danny Duffy Be a Viable Option Immediately?

    The Kansas City Royals are stocked with left-handed pitchers in the minor leagues, but it's uncertain of who will emerge as the best of the bunch...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 987 reads 3 comments

  13. Fantasy Baseball Waiver Worthy: Can Travis Snider Be Viable When He Returns?

    Travis Snider has been a frustratingly intriguing player for fantasy owners since he first debuted in the Major Leagues in 2008. For all the hype and promise that has surrounded the 2006 first round draft pick, all he has mustered is a ...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 768 reads 2 comments

  14. Fantasy Baseball Buy Low Candidates: Five Hitters with the Lowest BABIP

    Entering Sunday there were five players who were carrying BABIP under .210. That’s a lot of bad luck, but the question is if any of them are worth grabbing because they are ...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 2,203 reads 1 comments

  15. MLB Fantasy League 2011: Is Carlos Santana Excelling for Fantasy Owners?

    The 2011 season was supposed to be Carlos Santana’s coming out party. After an injury cut his rookie campaign short, Santana was going to fully burst onto the scene and entrench himself among the elite catchers in the game...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 633 reads 1 comments

  16. Fantasy Basebal Breakdown of Pedro Alvarez: Time to Banish Him to Bench?

    Many people had concerns about Pedro Alvarez heading into the season, and rightfully so. In his rookie campaign, he had struck out 34.3 percent of the time (in 386 AB). Over his minor-league career, he posted a strikeout rate of 27...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 902 reads 2 comments

  17. Jonathan Broxton Injured: Los Angeles Dodgers Need a New Closer

    Ken Gurnick of MLB .com (click here for the article) is reporting that “Jonathan Broxton admitted to the Dodgers on Wednesday that his right elbow hurts and he’s been shut down for an MRI and possible other testing...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 907 reads 1 comments

  18. Fantasy Baseball: Looking at Potential 3B Available on the Waiver Wire

    Third base was a shallow position to open the season and in the last few days, we’ ve seen injuries to Pablo Sandoval, Ryan Zimmerman and David Freese shrink the potential talent pool even more...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 1,135 reads 0 comments

  19. Fantasy Baseball Sell-High Candidates: 5 Pitchers with the Highest Strand Rates

    There are many ways that a pitcher can get lucky, helping to make their statistics look significantly better than they should...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 1,472 reads 1 comments

  20. Fantasy Baseball Buy Low or Avoid: Should Owners Jump Ship on Yovani Gallardo?

    Yovani Gallardo ’s troublesome 2011 campaign continued this afternoon as he allowed six earned runs on 10 hits and three walks, striking out three over five innings against the Cincinnati Reds ...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 650 reads 0 comments

  21. MLB's Current Top 5 Strikeout Starting Pitchers

    Who are the best strikeout pitchers in the game today? It may seem like a simple question with an obvious answer. While the top name on the list is a no brainer, after that things start to get a little bit more interesting...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 1,179 reads 4 comments

  22. Fantasy Baseball Rookie Watch: What Can We Expect from Freddie Freeman?

    Freddie Freeman started off his 2011 campaign incredibly shaky. He had just two hits over his first six games. In his first 17 games, he had just one multi-hit game, picking up just one home run and five RBI...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 444 reads 0 comments

  23. Fantasy Baseball Buy Low Options: The 10 Worst Pitcher's BABIP

    Let’s take a look at the unluckiest pitchers in the league (through Friday’s games) by batting average on balls in play (BABIP). Who has a chance to turn things around? Who should we simply ignore? Matt Garza, Chicago Cubs, ...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 1,748 reads 0 comments

  24. Fantasy Baseball Digging for Saves: Is There a Closer Controversy in Philly?

    Seeing Jose Contreras getting a day off on Friday was not surprising. He is 39 years old and had appeared in four games in five days...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 732 reads 4 comments

  25. Fantasy Baseball Buy Low or Ignore: Can Jorge Posada Start to Produce?

    Moving out from behind the plate and working exclusively as the Yankees DH, Jorge Posada was supposed to be fantasy gold...

    Eric Stashin Written by Eric Stashin about over 3 years ago 1,039 reads 0 comments