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Fantasy baseball: Justin Upton, Wil Myers give Padres more pop

The San Diego Padres are reloading their offense this hot stove season. On Friday, they acquired former Atlanta Brave Justin Upton to join fellow new chips Wil Myers and Matt Kemp in the outfield, with catcher Derek Norris also coming over from Oakland. 311 more words


Transaction Scripts: Brandon Morrow to San Diego

There is some congruence between modern day general managers and fantasy baseball owners. With escalating salaries being spent on back-end rotation pieces, it results in pitchers like Edinson Volquez and Brett Anderson cashing in for 10-million dollar deals. 1,149 more words

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How Does Wil Myers to the San Diego Padres Impact His Fantasy Baseball Value?

Having Wil Myers on your fantasy baseball team in 2014 probably made you sour on him quite a bit. Before his injury with constant questionable returns, Myers had a very bad year. 390 more words


Hot Stove Holy Cow!!

Welcome back Baseball fanatics!! Thanks for joining us here once again on Baseballwhiz.com after a brief hiatus. Worry not my friends, we did not go into a winter slumber, we took time off to start cooking up a whopper of a draft guide for the 2015 Baseball season. 2,081 more words

Transaction Scripts: Melky Cabrera to the White Sox

Whether you buy into steroids being the reason for Melky Cabrera’s evolution from a fourth outfielder with the Yankees to a viable fantasy option three of the past four years, he has been relevant. 745 more words

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Albatross Audio: Mauricio Rubio of Baseball Prospectus


Mauricio Rubio @MRubio52 of Baseball Prospectus calls in to discuss the Chicago Cubs offseason acquisition of starting pitcher Jon Lester and the club’s realistic expectations for the 2015 season with former Tampa Bay Rays manager  157 more words

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@Ottoneu and Replacement Level Starting Pitchers

Ottoneu offseason is in full swing – we are approximately half way between the end of arbitration and the cut down deadline (where bad contracts can be released without incurring the 50% penalty).  1,273 more words