Tag Archives: Fantasy Baseball

Worst case scenario: when fantasy meets reality

If you play fantasy sports, chances are you’re a pretty big sports fan.  If you’re a pretty big sports fan, chances are you have a favorite team.  If you have a favorite team and play fantasy sports, chances are you’ll … Continue reading

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1st half fantasy turds

This lineup probably looked pretty good after your draft in March.  But man, have these guys really dropped a deuce on your 2010 championship hopes.  Without further adieu, here are your first half fantasy turds, with a buy, sell, or … Continue reading

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Napoli ever after

For the past couple of years, it seems Mike Scioscia’s tragic illness has been finding ways to keep his team’s biggest power threat out of the lineup, and needless to say it did not make fantasy owners smile. But in … Continue reading

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Angels Slugger Takes Words of Encouragement Literally; Breaks Leg

As Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim first basemen, Kendry Morales, walked out of the dugout to the on deck circle in the bottom of the 10th inning Saturday, Angels hitting coach, Mickey Hatcher said to him, “Remember to relax and … Continue reading

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An underrated Stew

New England Clam Chowder might get all the pub on a January, post driveway shovel lunch break but why not take a spin with the Broccoli and Cheddar? You’ll be glad you did. Catcher: AJ Pierzynski – Granted, this guy … Continue reading

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The Been’s Underrated All-Stars

Without further adieu: C:  Yadier Molina – we know about the arm, but Yadi has been almost as efficient stealing bases as he has been throwing base stealers out.  Blessed with the speed of Lieutenant Dan (post war) the youngest … Continue reading

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Where were they then – Shingo Takatsu – 2004

Face it. Unless you had this guy on your team in 2004 there’s no way you remember him until you read this post. Mr. Zero and his sub-60mph “sinker” baffled hitters for exactly one season. Thankfully for me that season … Continue reading

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