Monthly Archives: March 2010

2010 Rotation Tracker Updates

If you haven’t been keeping up with the updates on the Rotation Tracker (click here to view), here’s what you’ve missed over the past two days: 03/31/10 @ 7:00 PM – Phil Hughes is the Yankeess 5th starter, but his … Continue reading

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Is Dontrelle Willis Worth The Gamble?

With the Tigers recent trade of Nate Robertson, it appears that Dontrelle Willis has earned the fifth spot in the Tigers rotation.  The question for fantasy owners is, now that the Tigers are taking the gamble on him should we … Continue reading

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Will Buster Posey Have Value If He Wins A Roster Spot?

With Buster Posey remaining in Giants camp, the idea of him actually opening the season on the Major League roster is becoming more of a reality.  Does it make sense to have one of your premier prospects simply watching from … Continue reading

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Who’ll get the most saves in Twins’ closer committee?

My latest article is up over at USA Today looking at the Twins closer situation and putting odds on who will ultimately walk away with the job.  You can check it out by clicking here.  Who do you see being … Continue reading

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Recent Updates To The Rotation Tracker

Just to give you an idea of how useful the rotation tracker will be, there have already been numerous updates since it was launched yesterday: 03/30/10 @ 12:20 PM – David Hernandez announced as Orioles 5th starter over Chris Tillman … Continue reading

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Wild Prediction: Felipe Paulino’s Strikeouts

Let’s keep these Wild Predictions (things that I predict to happen 20% of the time or less) rolling: Felipe Paulino will strikeout at least 180 batters He has a cannon of an arm, averaging 95+ mph on his fastball over … Continue reading

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