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Billy Heyen

William "Billy" Heyen
Staff Writer | The Daily Orange
Syracuse University '19
S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
C: (585) 354-0142
Twitter: @wheyen3

Bold PredictionsDynasty Baseball

I was going to start this off by saying, “It’s prediction season.” Really, when isn’t it? These days, people predict everything. In that regard, I’m going to be a follower. I’ll be making some fantasy baseball predictions with your dynasty league in mind; some will be more statistical, and others

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Dynasty Baseball

Back in 2013, prior to the Rule IV MLB Draft, Jon Gray was a well-built right-handed power arm coming out of the University of Oklahoma. In that year’s amateur draft, Gray went from one of the best couple of amateurs in the land to a pitcher in the Colorado Rockies’

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Dynasty BaseballOpportunity Seeker

Carsten Charles Sabathia has always been a big man. I guess he wasn’t literally born the size he is now, but it seems believable enough. Can you remember a time when C.C. wasn’t large? Irrespective of his size, he used to pitch very differently. C.C. has always thrown with his left arm,

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Dynasty Baseball

Normally, you wouldn’t encourage trading for the pitcher that’s been deemed out for the year in March. There’s only one place that my crazy idea could possibly fly, and that’s this website. I am about to implore you to go and trade for Alex Reyes. Just this week, the Cardinals

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Dynasty Baseball

  Three years ago, Bret Sayre introduced the world to the Dynasty Guru Expert League. 20 teams of experts, 40 man rosters, keep forever. This year, several TDG writers and fans united with one common purpose: do something crazier. It is in this spirit that we introduce the TDG Expert

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Dynasty BaseballGeneral

This past week, the Milwaukee Brewers performed two transactions that intrigued people for different reasons. First, they designated Chris Carter for assignment, and are looking to trade him. Yes, that Chris Carter, the monster of a man who hit 41 home runs last year. To replace their presumed starting first

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Dynasty BaseballGeneralUncategorized

Lots of dynasty baseball players like to think that they are good at keeping the long-term in mind. We make a wizard trade for that prospect who won’t be in The Show for at least three years, and we pat ourselves on the back for those next three up and down

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Dynasty BaseballGeneralUncategorized

They call it dynasty baseball for a reason: you want to build a dynasty. One of the keys to building a dynasty is to find guys before they become the next superstar. If I told you right now to go trade for Mike Trout, you’d give me one of those

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