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Fantasy Baseball Waiver Wire | Week 17

It’s kind of an awkward time in the fantasy baseball when the waiver wire is a little thin and the late season call-ups aren’t quite in the majors yet (besides Brett Lawrie). But there are still [...]

Week 15 Fantasy Slump Report

Trying to figure out which fantasy options just aren’t panning out lately? Rather than race around searching for different articles to find out who is struggling, we’ve got a fine list of sliding players right here [...]

Fantasy Baseball Stock Watch | Week 14

It seems like the ride just started, but the fantasy baseball season has already reached the midway point. Scary, I know. Where did the first three months of the season go? Well that depends on how [...]

Major Slump Report | Week 13

As this week’s slump report shows, injuries can quickly derail a top-flight fantasy player’s season. Zimmerman and Sizemore are prime examples, and even though they are back on the field now, their loss of time on [...]

Fantasy Hot Streak Report | Week 13

As mentioned in the Major Slump Report, this week’s Hot Streak list is a prime example of why you should never be too quick to completely give up on your fantasy players. B.J. Upton was mired [...]

Fantasy Top Guns Report | Week 11

Scouring the waiver wire is always a fun task, but sometimes mixing in some trades is what a team needs to make a real jump. The key, of course, is to buy low, which is what [...]

Fantasy Top Guns Report | Week 10

If you are a pitching streamer or just have a couple hundred pounds of dead weight at the end of your rotation, take a close look at these guys. The key is to not get too [...]

2011 Fantasy Baseball Major Slump Report | Week 4

We hit you guys up with the fantasy players that are on a major hot streak with the Hot Streak Report earlier this week, so now it’s time to inform you of the duds, in case [...]

Fantasy Baseball 2010 | Re-Evaluating the Back-up Catcher

Who needs a backup Catcher? It’s the lowest scoring position in Fantasy Baseball. Why would you want Ronny Paulino (.266 AVG, 4 HR), when you can have Gaby Sanchez (.294, 12 HR). Sure, Catchers take a [...]

Fantasy Baseball Top Sleepers (Jun. 14th)

  It’s call-up season.  Clubs are beginning to bring up top prospects without running the risk of them becoming Super 2’s.  A Super 2 is a player that acquires more days of service in his first [...]