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At The Halfway Point Of Fantasy Baseball Seasons, Owners Must Assess Where The Best Gains Can Be Made In StandingsPrior to this moment, fantasy baseball owners have been trying to put together a roster that is balanced throughout all traditional statistical categories. That time has now passed, as smart owners will study the standings to see where improvement actually is possible.
Healthy Roster Mix Of Experience And Youth Always Helps In Fantasy BaseballSome fantasy baseball teams feature all veterans players, many of which are bound to get hurt. Other fantasy baseball teams go with youth all the way, and most of the risks don't pan out. Settle for something in the middle, and you won't be disappointed.
It's Never Too Late, Or Too Soon, To Turn Over Your Fantasy Baseball RosterTen weeks into the Major League Baseball season, and a lot of fantasy team owners give up on their rosters coming back from a three-day weekend. Don't be one of them; stay active, for there is still so much time left in the season to make a comeback.
Fantasy Baseball Winners Find Value On Waiver Wire Where Others Can't See ItIt often takes unconventional thinking to win on the baseball field itself, and the same is true when it comes to fantasy baseball. Team owners have to think outside the box if they want to win a league full of owners that all have the same narrow vision.
Six Weeks Into Fantasy Baseball Season, It's Time To Drop Struggling Draft PicksPart of both the frustration and the fun of fantasy sports is picking players in the draft, but if those picks aren't producing yet, fantasy baseball owners have to be thinking about cutting bait at this point.
Injuries Already Piling Up For Fantasy Baseball Teams In 2017What does it mean when both the 2015 American League MVP and the 2016 AL Cy Young winner are both on the disabled list right now? It means a lot of fantasy team owners are scrambling for replacements.

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College Basketball Podcast: UMBC’s upset of Virginia made NCAA Tournament historyGary Parrish and Matt Norlander discuss a No. 16 seed beating a No. 1 seed for the first time
2018 NCAA Tournament TV schedule: March Madness tip times, TV channel info for Saturday and SundayYour guide on how, when and where to watch the 2018 NCAA Tournament on CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV
Michael Porter Jr., Missouri's would-be superstar, we hardly knew youFreshman's career spanned one regular-season game, an SEC tournament loss and Friday's NCAA Tournament defeat
No. 16 UMBC upset No. 1 Virginia and March Madness will never be the sameFive words we've waited decades to come true finally did Friday night: A 16 beat a 1.
NCAA Tournament 2018: Opening lines for second round games, early point spreadsSee how the Las Vegas oddsmakers set the lines for second-round NCAA Tournament games
UMBC beats Virginia: Ranking the 10 greatest upsets in modern NCAA Tournament historyWith UMBC's historic win, it's time to look back at the biggest upsets of the 64-team era
March Madness 2018: What went wrong for No. 1 overall seed Virginia vs. UMBC?The Cavaliers went one-and-done in the most stunning upset in NCAA Tournament history
2018 Arnold Palmer Invitational: Live stream, watch online, TV channel, Tiger Woods tee timeFind out when and how to watch the 2018 Arnold Palmer Invitational live streaming online this week
UMBC's stunning NCAA Tournament annihilation of Virginia caused Twitter MadnessThe Retrievers made history by knocking off the No. 1 overall seed by 20 points
Cardinals reportedly sign former Giants OL Justin Pugh to $45M-plus dealPugh is the second interior lineman from the Giants to head to the NFC West this offseason

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