Monthly Archives: September 2011

Two Years Later, Has R.A. Dickey Emerged As A Viable Fantasy Option?

At this time last year we were left wondering if R.A. Dickey could replicate his 2010 success and entrench himself as a viable fantasy option.  One year later, we have gotten our answer: 8 Wins 208.2 Innings 3.28 ERA 1.23 … Continue reading

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Rankings Professor Looks At The MLB Playoff Teams

Last week I spoke about our new site,  Today, the first “real” article for the site has been posted and should help to give you just a small taste of what you should expect from the site moving forward. … Continue reading

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Around the Majors: September 28: Evan Longoria, Stephen Strasburg & More

Talk about an exciting finish to a season!  The Red Sox and Braves completed their collapses, each blowing chances to force a 1-game playoff.  It was an unbelievable end to an unbelievable 2011 campaign.  Let’s take a look at all … Continue reading

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Preliminary 2012 Rankings: Top 10 First Baseman

Before we get into the rankings, let me put in a little disclaimer.  These are extremely preliminary rankings for 2012 (prior to my projections being done) and have a lot of room for movement as the offseason progresses.  They are … Continue reading

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Around the Majors: September 27: Prince Fielder, Ian Kinsler, Madison Bumgarner & More

As we head into the final day of the season (possibly, as there appears to be a good chance of at least one play-in game), let’s take a look at a few notes from yesterday’s games: With the rest of … Continue reading

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Prospect Report: Can Travid d’Arnaud Make An Impact In 2012?

The Blue Jays J.P. Arencibia has made a statement at the plate this season, showing that he has more than enough power to hang in the Major Leagues.  He entered play on Monday with 23 HR in 435 AB, helping … Continue reading

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