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Fantasy Baseball - Looking ahead to 2017

You think it’s silly that I’m already looking ahead to the 2017 Fantasy Baseball draft? With how my Fantasy Football teams have been doing, I’m already looking ahead to THAT draft. 2,098 more words

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3 stats to know: Jake Lamb is a worthy long-term investment

This week’s statistical dive looks at a surging youngster, a weakened fantasy ace and the potential second-half decline of a prized backstop.


Jake Lamb’s league-leading slugging percentage through the past 30 days… 501 more words


Who Owned Baseball July 4, 2016 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2016 #WOB Standings

Gregory Polanco hit a pair of homers, driving in 3 as the surging Pirates beat the Cardinals, 4-2.

Junior Guerra threw 7 1/3 shutout innings, allowing 2 hits and no runs, striking out 7 Nationals to earn the 1-0 decision for the Brewers. 1,002 more words


Home, Not Free

Major League Baseball has been around for well over a century, but it still finds new ways to entertain us.

This week, for example, we have two events, both involving two-run home runs, that cover the range from sublime to ridiculous–though opinions about which is which may legitimately vary. 463 more words


Marlins player’s rare baserunning blunder costs him a home run

Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto hit a two-run home run during Monday’s game against the Brewers. He was credited with an RBI single.

In a rare baserunning mistake, Realmuto passed Marcell Ozuna on his home run trot while Ozuna was returning to first base to tag. 123 more words


Miami Marlins 2016 Season Preview: Infield

This is part one of a three-part series of articles that will be released weekly, previewing the upcoming 2016 season for the Miami Marlins. 

When a team finishes 71-91, logic would say that they would make a ton of acquisitions to spruce up the team. 1,576 more words


2016 Fantasy Baseball Rankings: CATCHER 11-20

2016 Fantasy Baseball Rankings

Written by The Fantasy Gambit – Spencer Thurmond @TheRealDeal136


11. J.T. Realmuto, 24, Miami Marlins @JTRealmuto
Another one of the best up and coming offensive catchers in baseball, Realmuto, will be going into his first full season with no competition for playing time. 819 more words