Monthly Archives: May 2012

Tainted Youth: Is Phil Hughes Just Another New York Pitching Bust?

by Andrew Gould So how many people added Phil Hughes after a string of solid starts in May, only to be punished by him allowing seven runs in his last start against the Angels? One small step forward, one giant … Continue reading

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Fantasy News Feed: May 31: Could Starlin Castro Be Traded, Kemp/Jones Injury News & More

Welcome Rotoprofessor fans to our first test run of the Rotoprofessor news feed!  Keep checking back all day, as I will bring you the biggest news, about once an hour, throughout the day, along with my thoughts on the fantasy … Continue reading

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Closer Rankings (May 31, 2012): Nathan Back As Elite Option, Chapman Top 5 & More

Aroldis Chapman has emerged as one of the top closers in the league.  Heath Bell continues to give fantasy owners fits.  Unsurprisingly Rafael Dolis and Brandon League have lost their respective jobs.  Let’s see how these stories and all the … Continue reading

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Around The Majors: May 30: Francisco Liriano Dominates, Freddie Freeman Can See and More

by Will Overton When the Seattle Mariners explode for 21 runs in a game you know it’s an interesting night of baseball. We had the Mariners doing just that last night as well as several guys going deep multiple times … Continue reading

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Meet the Prospect: Will Yasmani Grandal Hold Fantasy Appeal In 2012

With the struggles of Nick Hundley continuing, fantasy owners are left wondering when the Padres will call upon Yasmani Grandal.  Let’s take a look at everything we need to know about Grandal so we are prepared for when he finally … Continue reading

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Sell High Candidates: Which Hitters With Inflated HR/FB Should We Be Selling

There are some players with impressive home run totals over the first two months of the 2012 season.  However, who can we expect to come reasonably close to maintaining there early season pace and who should we be looking to … Continue reading

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