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March 2016

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Remember 2013? Harlem Shake videos were all the rage, James Franco had that movie with the dreadlocks, the Boston Red Sox won a World Series, and we witnessed the greatest play in college football history. It was a fun time! Mike Trout had just taken the league by storm en

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Over the last several weeks, we have identified catchers, first basemen, second basemen, third basemen, shortstops, and outfielders who have the potential to contribute to three or more hitting categories. Today, we’ll compare our evaluations of each position to determine relative values and scarcity. As a reminder on the methodology

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GeneralTrader's CornerUncategorized

We had lots of trades submitted this week by our readers. The big mover was Xander Bogaerts but his price was steep. If you own a great young player like the Red Sox shortstop or perhaps Manny Machado this might be the best time of year to trade them. Right

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It is easy to sit back and really hate on the guy.  While he’s had success in the minors, its almost entirely been with his legs.  People have always questioned his actual talent as a hitter, and deservedly so.  He’s fresh off a season where he had a putrid .226/.274/.289

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Bouncing BackGeneralUncategorized

The post-hype prospect is the “one that got away” of fantasy baseball. Your relationship with that player has been broken for a while, but when you are alone, you can’t resist watching his highlight videos on YouTube and obsessing over his subtle bat flips. You daydream about his 6-hit, 6-power combo

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“We both know that Dallas Keuchel is an ace.” Or so my potential trading partner claimed. The message in question was in regards to a trade-block entry I submitted indicating my interest in making one last blockbuster move towards a title push. I was offering what I considered to be

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Last week, I covered some veteran hitters whose 2016 ADP wasn’t quite lining up with their positional ranking from 2015. This week I take a look at seven veteran pitchers, many of them undervalued, who may be an inexpensive missing piece for a championship run or a solid sell for

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Over the last several weeks, we have identified catchers, first basemen, second basemen, third basemen, and shortstops who have the potential to contribute to three or more hitting categories. Today we conclude our quest to build a balanced team and turn to the outfield. As a reminder on the methodology

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It’s often useful to have a short memory when it comes to fantasy baseball. Players can see their long-term stock swing greatly in a matter of days, and owners slow to the draw can miss out on either securing a great breakout player or selling too late. There’s plenty of

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Death, taxes, and regression. They come for us all, eventually. The problem, however, is that sometimes we can rely too much on the big “R” word when faced with unexpected productivity, and we brush aside underlying factors necessary to understand what happened and what the future may hold. This certainly

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