In 2014, Mets’ right-handed pitching prospect Jacob DeGrom essentially came out of nowhere to win NL Rookie of the Year honors, striking out 144 batters in just over 140 innings, and posting an eye-opening 2.69 ERA. He finished as
In 2012–after a season where he posted a 2.35 ERA in 233 innings pitched (good for 2nd in the NL Cy Young Voting)–Roy Halladay fought through injury and inconsistency to post a 4.49 ERA in 25 starts for the
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Need help setting your fantasy baseball lineups every week? Look no further. I’ll be diving into the matchups, finding the hidden lineup gems, two-start pitchers to stream, and I’ll even make trades for you if you give me your
Locating cheap saves is always an important task, and Brad Boxberger is ready to deliver for you. Here are some other shallow and deep league sleepers to target.
We dove into our three fantasy hitting sleepers for the the 2015 season yesterday, now it’s time to talk about who to avoid come draft day. 1. Yasmany Tomas, OF, Arizona Diamondbacks Tomas is the shiny new Cuban sensation
1. A.J. Pollock, OF, Arizona Diamondbacks Pollock was on the verge of a breakout year last year before a Johnny Cueto fastball broke his hand in May, with season paces of 18 HR/25 SB and 80 runs scored hitting
Speaking as a guest on the Red Sox Beat podcast on CLNSRadio.com, I dove into some values of a few former and potential fantasy baseball stars this season, checked in on the CF battle in Boston between Rusney Castillo
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Jeff Erickson W/ Fantasy Baseball Insight Entering The 2015 MLB Season Jeff Erickson of Roto Wire joined Mike and Jerry to give his MLB insight and let us in on some of the fantasy baseball draft advice. Baseball season