Monthly Archives: February 2013

Rookie Review: Can Jean Segura Reach His Full Potential In 2013?

There has never been a question regarding the talent Jean Segura brings to the table, his issue has always been with injuries. Since being signed by the Angels in 2008 he has missed time due to a broken ankle (2008), broken … Continue reading

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Latest Update For The 2013 Rotoprofessor Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide Released!

The latest revision of the Rotoprofessor 2013 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide was officially released this morning!  This is actually the fifth version that has been sent out since the initial release date. This updated included the following two important items: … Continue reading

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Searching for Saves: Los Angeles Dodgers

Despite throwing around money like it was going out of style, that doesn’t mean that the Dodgers will enter 2013 without questions.  One of the mysteries surrounds it’s bullpen, though it really shouldn’t.  Let’s take a look at how things … Continue reading

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Draft This Not That: Pass On Nelson Cruz, Select Michael Saunders

Nelson Cruz has proven his worth to fantasy owners, when he is able to stay on the field that is.  Last season was actually the first time he played more than 128 games in the Major Leagues, yet the results … Continue reading

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Looking At The Most Innings Pitched Over The Past 5 Years: Will Heavy Workloads Lead To Struggles?

Does a pitchers workload eventually catch up to them?  There obvious is some concern that a pitcher who routinely works 220+ innings a season will breakdown.  With the rash of elbow and shoulder issues across the game, sooner or later part of you has … Continue reading

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“True Sleeper”: Will The Dodgers’ Alex Castellanos Be The Next Todd Frazier?

A year ago many people were projecting Todd Frazier to be nothing more than a super sub for the Cincinnati Reds. He didn’t appear to have a true position, though his bat was good enough to justify plugging him a few … Continue reading

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