Know when you’re up against a wall and need to get something accomplished in a short amount of time and know that it is looking more and more bleak? I found myself in that sort of situation with the composite rankings series for the 2011 fantasy baseball season. Luckily, chinstrapninja socko came to the rescue, […]
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In 2011 mock drafts, I’m avoiding pitchers until around pick 60. That means the sixth round in 10-team leagues and the fifth round in 12-team leagues. Now, this is not an absolute. Sometimes I’ll reach a half round, or let SPs ride a half round. But in every mock I end up with the same […]
It wasn’t that long ago, really, that we were paying homage to the home run. The American pastime had become an American afterthought after the 1994 lockout wiped out a World Series. We, as a collective fan base were holding out for a hero to resuscitate the sport. Enter Mark McGwire, Sammy Sosa and Barry […]
When you’re picking for a dynasty or keeper fantasy baseball league you need to look at the present as well as the future. The most valuable players are the ones that will be lineup fixtures for the next 5-10 years. I hardly ever trade in baseball or football, so players like this have significant value […]
After an 11-baserunner, 4-earned run debacle against the Nationals in his last start, Tommy Hanson made the Milwaukee Brewers pay. Hanson struck out eight in eight shutout innings and allowed just five baserunners (one walk) in a convincing Braves win.
So this is David Price? This is the kind of player I want on my team. Price struck out nine in a complete game shutout Sunday. He only allowed five baserunners (four hits) and has a 2.20 ERA and a 1.05 WHIP.
Two young pitchers — Justin Masterson and Colby Lewis — gave fans a good show on Wednesday. Lewis tied his career high by striking out 10 in just 5.1 innings. He allowed three hits, two earned runs and alked four. Masterson K’d nine in six innings, allowed two earned runs, nine hits and walked none. […]