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While some players are fighting for divisions and pennants, many valuable fantasy baseball assets are playing on teams where even the beer can’t chase their blues away. With the trade deadline less than two months away, many of these assets will be wearing new colors come August, but will a

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A picture circulating on social media on Wednesday evening has gained traction before. On the right stands a baseball Hall of Famer in a Montreal Expos jersey. That’s Vladimir Guerrero, one of the greatest right fielders to ever play the game. On the left, one of the most adorable small

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Bold Predictions

Now that Spring Training is fully in gear and we are squarely in the middle of #DraftSZN, I thought it might be a good idea to review some fellas I think will outperform their recent production. I also wanted to put it down into writing so later in the season

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Dynasty BaseballTriple PlayWhat To Do About...

AN INTRODUCTION Welcome to The Dynasty Guru’s Triple Play! This is a series where three of the Dynasty Guru’s nerdier baseball writers – Adam Lawler, Patrick Magnus, and Keaton O. DeRocher- bring to you a succinct analysis of a pitcher, a hitter and a prospect from each organization. We’ll be

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Imagine for a moment that you’re Domingo Santana. Congratulations, you’re a professional baseball player! Not only that, but you’re coming off of a breakout campaign where you hit 30 home runs in a full-time role for a team that finished the season on the brink of the playoffs. Life is

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The Marlins suck. The Astros rock. Any casual baseball fan could tell you this much. But on draft day, or March 30th when you are already looking to stream starting pitchers, the casual baseball fan won’t win you your league. Being able to quantify and visualize lineup strength is vital

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Here’s some dynamite analysis: a pitcher’s statistics will look better if he doesn’t allow runners to score (Thank you. Looking forward to my trophy for Achievement in Baseball). Ideally, pitchers would probably prefer to not allow base runners. However that would lead to perfect games that go on for infinity,

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Continuing the Arizona Fall League series at TDG, today I look at the Salt River Rafters, my personal favorite team name of the bunch — it just rolls off the tongue. The Rafters are made up of players from the minor league affiliates of the Blue Jays, Cardinals, Diamondbacks, Rays

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As I write this, Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Colby Rasmus is probably hitting another home run that’s not counting toward my fantasy stats in a pretty important semifinals matchup. (Checking…Yep!) I was late to activate Rasmus—who had been sidelined since early August with a left oblique strain—over the weekend, and

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I’m not perfect. My worst call of the 2013 season can be found here. Yeah, I was the guy who told you not to keep Chris Davis. I even followed my own advice and traded away the current home run leader—along with James Shields—for Jason Kipnis in the offseason. For

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