Monthly Archives: February 2009

Quick Hit: Cliff Lee

by Jimmy Hascup It’s amazing what a career-year could do for a player and his perception to fantasy owners, right?  Less than two years ago, Cliff Lee was sent to the minor leagues due to a disastrous season where he … Continue reading

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Will Michael Young Hold Value in 2009?

There was a time that Michael Young was one of the top SS in all of baseball, but he enters 2009 as the Rangers 3B.  That certainly is going to bring a major hit to his fantasy value moving forward, … Continue reading

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Fantasy Baseball Bounceback Players – Outfielders

by Ryan Lester of Lester’s Legends Here’s a look at Outfielders who should bounce back from subpar 2008 seasons. Carl Crawford – Despite Tampa Bay’s success last year, Crawford didn’t perform at his typical level.  Crawford was limited to 109 … Continue reading

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Ask the Expert: Cincinnati Reds

We return with the latest Ask the Expert, this time with John Fay of the Cincinnati Enquirer (to read his blog, click here).  He gave us some insight into the team’s plans for their young starters, their line-up, what to … Continue reading

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Fox Sports/Bleacher Report Mock Draft Results

Last night I participated in a Mock Draft which featured writers from and bloggers/writers from Bleacher Report.  It was an honor to be invited and had a great time.  The league was set up as your basic 5×5 and … Continue reading

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A Sleeper for Every Team: Milwaukee Brewers

Angel Salome – Catcher – Prospect/Deep Sleeper The Brewers have Jason Kendall as their starting catcher, meaning that any offensive production a minor league catcher can bring to the table will give him an inside track.  In 516 AB, Kendall … Continue reading

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