Monthly Archives: December 2010

Closer News: Aardsma, Fuentes

Let’s take a look at a little bit of closer news from around the league: David Aardsma – Seattle Mariners According to (click here for the article), Mariner’s closer David Aardsma will undergo surgery on Monday for a torn … Continue reading

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Can Jered Weaver Repeat His 2010 Success?

By Kyle Johansen Prior to 2010, Jered Weaver’s career featured a slow but steady progression by a talented pitcher who could not yet be called a top of the rotation starter.  Weaver’s innings pitched have patiently increased at a pace … Continue reading

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Breaking Down The Bullpen: Boston Red Sox

This is the newest feature I am going to be doing as we head towards fantasy drafts.  In an effort to target which closers could be in jeopardy of losing their jobs, who to target for vulture saves, etc., we … Continue reading

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2011 Projection: How Should We Value Phil Hughes?

Phil Hughes was the toast of baseball through May as he appeared nearly unhittable.  He was 6-1 over the first two months to go along with a 2.72 ERA, 1.07 WHIP and 57 strikeouts over 56.2 innings of work.  Over … Continue reading

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Wild Prediction: Bruce & Rasmus Power Production

It’s time to start my annual Wild Predictions.  For new readers this is something I’ve done for the past few years.  As you read these columns (there will be 30 predictions in total), keep in mind that they are not … Continue reading

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Pre-Order The Rotoprofessor Fantasy Baseball 2011 Draft Guide Now!

With football season coming to a close, it’s time for fantasy owners to start turning their attention to baseball, right? Last year I debuted the Rotoprofessor Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide, and this year it’s coming back for more (set to … Continue reading

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