There aren’t many players who could put up a 153/194/169 line an retain their prospect status, but a career 301/369/466 line in the minor leagues has kept Kolten Wong’s prospect status strong despite his struggles in his introduction to major league pitching. After starring at the University of Hawaii, including
With the season winding down, waiver wire scouring has hit a fever pitch, with dynasty league owners looking to set up a run in in 2014. Here’s a list of potentially available outfielders from American League teams who could help your team. Some could even help out your team for
If you were to pick one of the following catchers for your fantasy team, who would it be? (Opening day age) Full season statistics current through 9/16: 1: 270/379/450; 33 doubles and 18 home runs (26) 2: 317/356/478; 39 doubles and 12 home runs (30) 3: 306/377/472; 33 doubles and
Many owners become afraid of picking up pitchers during the fantasy playoffs; afraid that one bad start could sink their ERA and WHIP. While it is necessary to avoid the terrible start that can sink your team for the week, the playoffs are not the time to change strategy and
Kansas City Royals’ pitcher Kyle Zimmer’s path from college walk-on to his becoming a top prospect in baseball is a tale of a position change, hard work, and just enough serendipity to make it seem like a Hollywood script. After primarily playing third base and first base in high school,
The innate ability of Billy Beane to consistently make trades that bring back quality pitching prospects in the low minor leagues is nothing short of a gift, and it has allowed the Oakland A’s to flourish despite the perpetual need to trade pitchers before they become expensive. One of the
On May 30, the Kansas City Royals “re-assigned” hitting coaches Jack Maloof and Andre David to the minor leagues, and assigned that George Brett and Pedro Grifol would serve as hitting coaches. While the move was strange, it was not unwarranted; the Royals’ young hitters were struggling mightily, with Eric
There aren’t as many prospects who have had as many ups and downs before reaching the major leagues as Anthony Ranaudo, but his performance in 2013 has firmly established him as the top pitching prospect for the Boston Red Sox and someone who should be owned in all dynasty leagues.