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Fantasy Baseball 2013: Why Not Make a Trade?

Fantasy Baseball 2013: Why Not Make a Trade?

Fantasy hot stove season is upon us. If you’re not seeing a barrage of trades in your fantasy baseball league, or at least trade offers, you might want to do something to correct that. We’ve reached [...]

Fantasy Baseball Stock Watch: 4/22/2013

Each week, I’ll provide you with my list of 3 players whose fantasy stock is rising, and 3 players whose fantasy stock is falling.  One ‘Riser’ will be designated as a ‘Buy High’ candidate, and one [...]

2013 Fantasy Baseball Player Rankings and Notes

The 2013 fantasy baseball season is closing in, so it’s high time we punched our fantasy player rankings here at MLBSoup.com. We’re once again here to help you prepare for your fantasy baseball season, and aim [...]

Play Fantasy Feud’s $1,000 Fantasy Baseball Free Roll on Friday, May 11th!

Play Fantasy Feud’s $1,000 Fantasy Baseball Free Roll on Friday, May 11th!

Hey MLBSoup.com fans, we wanted to thank all of our loyal readers for following us on a weekly basis by extending an invite to the fantasyfeud’s FREE ROLL for Friday, May 11th, 2012! The fantasy baseball [...]

2012 Third Basemen Rankings | Fantasy Baseball

Third base is one of the more interesting positions you’ll draft in that there are several very good players, but not much beyond the top 10. If you have an opportunity to draft Miguel Cabrera take him and slot [...]

2012 Fantasy Shortstop Rankings

Shortstop is a very weak position. Beyond Troy Tulowitzki, you have guys who either struggle staying healthy, or struggle with one or more category. Shortstops are falling off the boards relatively quickly, too. So, while you want to be [...]

2012 Outfielder Rankings

As we present our Outfielder rankings, be sure to plan your strategy. The way you approach outfielders in your draft depends on how many you need. Some leagues require 3, while some require as many as 5. If you [...]

2012 Fantasy Baseball Starting Pitcher Rankings

Pitchers are the most oft-injured players in baseball. However, this isn’t a reason to wait on them, but rather a reason to take a stud veteran like Roy Halladay, Justin Verlander, or C.C. Sabathia who are consistent producers and [...]

Relief Pitcher Rankings | 2012 Fantasy Baseball

In a standard 5×5 league, accumulating a base of closers is a great move. They’ll produce SV’s, ERA, WHIP and K’s as well, if not better, than starters. I like to build my staff around of 2 star [...]

2012 Fantasy Baseball Second Basemen Rankings

As we continue our 2012 fantasy baseball player rankings, we present our 2nd Basemen. 2nd Base is one of the deeper positions, however, there is a huge difference between the top two and everyone else. Whether you’re taking Robinson [...]