Monthly Archives: February 2010

Brandon Wood: 2010 Breakout or Bust?

There are some players who always appear to be on the cusp of breaking out, aren’t there?  We’ve already discussed Johnny Cueto (click here to view), who certainly falls into this category.  The oft-injured Rickie Weeks is another player who … Continue reading

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Russell Martin A Fantasy Starter? Maybe… A Top Option? No

What happened to Russell Martin in 2009?  Was it an aberration or has his skills actually declined?  Before we can answer that question, let’s take a look at his 2009 production: 505 At Bats .250 Batting Average (126 Hits) 7 … Continue reading

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Top 50 Prospects For 2010 List Released To Draft Guide Subscribers

The Top 50 Prospects for 2010 list was released today for those who subscribe to the Rotoprofessor Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide (the Top 20 list will be published on the site next Monday).  That makes now the perfect time to … Continue reading

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Will Brett Gardner Hold Fantasy Value In 2010?

With Johnny Damon heading out of town, it appears that the Yankees are primed to hand an outfield job to Brett Gardner.  Does he have the potential to be a viable fantasy option?  It’s doubtful, but let’s take a look: … Continue reading

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Two Late Round Fantasy Options for 2010 – Third Basemen

We all know that third base is one of, if not the shallowest position for fantasy owners in 2010.  Does that mean that there isn’t any sleeper options available after Round 18 (an ADP after 216)?  Of course not.  Let’s … Continue reading

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Fantasy Baseball Profile: Should You Trust Octavio Dotel?

by Ryan Lester Usually when I draft a closer I would hope he has topped 16 saves more than once in his career. If he doesn’t have a long track record as a closer, at least he’s the primary setup … Continue reading

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