Monthly Archives: March 2011

Should Edinson Volquez Be In Fantasy Starting Lineups?

Once upon a time Edinson Volquez was considered one of the elite young pitchers in the league.  In his first season in Cincinnati he was electric, going 17-6 with a 3.21 ERA and 1.33 WHIP with 206 Ks.  Yes, control … Continue reading

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Edwin Encarnacion To Open Year At 3B: Brett Lawrie Joins All Fantasy Radars

Wasn’t Edwin Encarnacion supposed to be sharing time at 1B and DH with Adam Lind?  Well scratch that!  According to MLBs Gregor Chisholm (via Twitter), the team has now decided that Jose Bautista will be their full-time right fielder.  That … Continue reading

Posted in Prospects | 4 Comments

Enter Now For A Chance To Win An Autographed Clayton Kershaw Baseball!

Enter now to win an autographed Clayton Kershaw baseball (authenticated by Steiner Sports).  All entries must be made by 12:30 PM EST on Thursday, March 31 using the form in this post to be valid (and all questions, including tie-breakers, must be answered). The … Continue reading

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Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em: Looking At Three Hitters Who Struggled In April ’10

Let’s take a look at a few hitters who started extremely slowly in 2010 as we decide whether to play them in the season’s opening week: Mark Teixeira – New York Yankees – First Baseman He may be the most … Continue reading

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Top 30 Outfielders For 2011: Keeper Leagues

Outfield may be the toughest position to rank for keeper league owners, because the rules play such a huge impact on how we view certain players.  If you can keep someone indefinitely, how much better does someone like Jason Heyward … Continue reading

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Rotoprofessor Chat Moved To Friday Afternoon!

This week’s chat is being pushed back to Friday, April 1 at 2:00 PM EST.  Make sure you once again stop by with any fantasy baseball questions you have as we will be on the eve of Opening Day.  It … Continue reading

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