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2017 Top 5 Fantasy baseball Sleepers and busts

MLB Opening Day is right around the corner and if you haven’t had your fantasy baseball draft yet, you may want to check out who I think can ruin or win you your fantasy baseball league’s trophy. 391 more words

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Getting His Due: Adam Duvall

Last year, Adam Duvall wrangled a starting job on a bad team and became an excellent value for owners that gambled on his power potential.  This year with a non-zero price tag, coming off a rough second half, owners are shying away from Duvall a bit.   650 more words

Fantasy Baseball

30 Teams In 30 Days: O's Are The Biggest Home Run threat In Baseball

One of the stats in baseball fans get excited about is the Home Run. If you’re a fan of the Baltimore Orioles you will get your money’s worth. 384 more words

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Up In The Air: Christian Yelich

When you hit a ball into the ground, you cannot hit the ball out of the park.  A novel idea, I know.   Last year, despite  a groundball flyball rate that was nearly 3.:1, Christian Yelich managed to hit a career high 21 homers.   629 more words

Fantasy Baseball

Thanks, Weav!

In my last post, I dropped in a little note about Jered Weaver and the end of his Angels days.  I didn’t know at the time that anything was official, I had just read a couple of items stating the team wasn’t planning on bringing him back.   1,035 more words

Baseball

Sluggers for Sale

By Matthew Michaels

A decade after the Steroid Era concluded, and in the midst of an era of all-time high strikeout rates, batters who can mash should be a hot commodity on the market. 520 more words

Sports

Going, going ... gone to Japan? Carter, the bear market for sluggers and the close of sabermetrics' golden age

Chris Carter tied for the National League lead in homers last season with 41.

The Brewers cut him loose after the season. There’s been so little interest in Carter  that this week that he felt obligated to go on Jim Bowden’s show on SiriusXM and make it clear he isn’t heading to Japan —€” yet  —after that possibility was floated. 502 more words

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