Where does everyone rank coming into spring training?
By Jake Ciely Let’s deal ‘em up! Offseason Deal(s) As we settle into this dead zone we call the NFL offseason and MLB pre- preseason, we’re left with testing the daily NBA or NHL games or waiting for baseball
by TIM MCCULLOUGH In the last edition of Offseason Musings we explored the major transactions that occurred during the first few days of the MLB Winter Meetings as well as the days leading up to annual gathering of general managers,
TIM MCCULLOUGH, ASSISTANT EDITOR NOVEMBER 21, 2013 By now you are well aware of the trade that sent Prince Fielder and a boatload of cash to the Texas Rangers and Ian Kinsler to the Detroit Tigers. While we could debate
by Tim McCullough It’s time to stoke the fires of the Hot Stove season, sometimes called silly season because of all the crazy trade speculation and free agent rumors. Thus far, things have been pretty quiet but now that
TIM MCCULLOUGH, ASSISTANT EDITOR Sadly, the Fantasy Baseball season came to a close several weeks ago (postseason daily games being the exception). Now that the final contenders for participation in our game’s annual World Series competition have been determined,
Despite fallen velocity and strikeout ratio, David Price remains one of the top pitchers going into '14.
The month of September can be a trying time for Fantasy owners. With rosters expanding to 40 players more of our Fantasy starters could sit, especially those on teams that are either out of the playoffs or on teams
Owning B.J. Upton, Starlin Castro, Paul Konerko, Chase Headley, Ike Davis and/or Jimmy Rollins has been like being in an abusive relationship.
There are a lot of baseball faces in new places today, so for this week’s Scratching the Surface, I thought I’d break down many of these players sabermetrically so we have a decent guess as to how they might