Monthly Archives: April 2012

Buy ‘Em Or Deny ‘Em: Should Fantasy Owners Roll The Dice On Adam Lind?

It is not my nature to look and contradict the other writers here on Rotoprofessor.  Everyone has their own opinion, their own value, and that is what makes playing fantasy baseball so interesting.  You may love a player that I … Continue reading

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Sell High Starter: Why Fantasy Owners Should Look To Move Jeremy Hellickson & Johnny Cueto

We all love to see our players thriving, but does that mean we shouldn’t consider selling them while their value is at it’s peak?  Let’s take a look at two starting pitchers who have been tremendous in April, but could … Continue reading

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The Closer Report: Clarity In Washington, Confusion In LA and More

It’s the end of April, yet some closing situations are as cloudy as ever.  Let’s take a look at some of the intriguing news from the past week: Washington Nationals Since Drew Storen was placed on the DL to open … Continue reading

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Around the Majors: April 29: Mat Latos Struggles, Giancarlo Stanton Shows Signs & More

With April quickly coming to an end fantasy owners can start to figure out where their teams are strong and where they are lacking.  They can start to see which players need to be improved upon and which they think … Continue reading

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Meet the Prospect: Will Patrick Corbin Prove Viable in 2012?

It was simply assumed that, when Josh Collmentor was replaced in the Diamondbacks rotation, it would be either Trevor Bauer or Tyler Skaggs who got brought up.  It was a fair thought, but at the end of the day it … Continue reading

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Two-Start Pitchers: April 30 – May 6: Starters, Sleepers & Who To Consider

by Ray Kuhn As we embark on the fifth full week of the fantasy baseball season we turn the calendar towards May.  At this point teams and standings, both in MLB and in fantasy, are beginning to take shape.  There … Continue reading

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