Monthly Archives: January 2011

Wild Prediction: Brett Anderson Becoming An Elite AL-Only Option

Brett Anderson missed a significant portion of 2010 with an elbow issue, but when he took the mound he showed why he is considered one of the best young pitchers in baseball.  He went 7-6 with a sparkling 2.80 ERA … Continue reading

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Draft Day Dilemma: How Should We Value Jimmy Rollins?

It wasn’t long ago that Jimmy Rollins was in the discussion regarding the elite shortstops in the league.  What a difference a few seasons can make. Obviously, we all know that Rollins is no slouch, especially at a position that … Continue reading

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Rotoprofessor 2011 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide Now Available! Order Now For $5

The first update to the Rotoprofessor 2011 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide. Included is the Top 90 Prospect List For 2011. This list is constructed with the thought of 2011, which is why you will not find Mike Trout or Bryce Harper … Continue reading

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Late Round Option: Should Anibal Sanchez Be A Draft Day Target?

How many people remember when Anibal Sanchez exploded onto the scene in 2006 by posting 10 wins with a 2.83 ERA and 1.19 WHIP over 114.1 innings (including a no hitter)?  Of course focusing on the numbers would be ignoring … Continue reading

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Sleeper Spotlight: Could Travis Wood Be Worth The Gamble?

by Kyle Johansen Starting for the Cincinnati Reds at just 23-years-old, Travis Wood quietly put together a breakout season in 2010.  The highlight came on July 10th at Philadelphia where Wood took a no-hit bid into the bottom of the … Continue reading

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Will 2011 Finally Be Ian Stewart’s Breakout Campaign?

Fantasy owners have long waited for Ian Stewart to develop into one of the elite third basemen in the league.  We have heard all about his power potential ever since the 2003 first round pick hit 30 HR at Single-A  … Continue reading

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