Well, Last week was not a great start to the picks. Lucky for us this is for amusement purposes only. We ended the week under .500 (6-8-1) with a few close games not falling our […]
With Week 1 behind them, NFL teams are revving up for Week 2. Here’s how CBS Local’s analyst @Fantasource thinks the games will shake out. Tampa Bay at N.Y. Giants (-7 1/2, O/U 44) The […]
As we celebrate these women’s victories we must remember that Title IX created the opportunities for women to succeed in sports. When progressives push for public policy changes, that is what we seek: not guaranteed outcomes but guaranteed access.
Francisco Liriano ( SP, MIN) has been fantastic since returning to the starting rotation. After tossing 6.2 innings and allowing just one run this week against the Rangers, Liriano has now allowed just 15 runs in his last 49.1 innings, striking out 52 against 24 walks.
Each week we’ll be providing you with insight into the best (and worst) baseball players to play in your fantasy baseball league.
Players are dropping like flies this week. One of my teams lost Alex Avila, Drew Stubbs, Brandon Beachy and Brandon Morrow to injury. I’m going to stash all four of those players, but some won’t have the luxury to do so – here are some players worth an add if you need to fill in for an injury.
The free agent wires get barer and barer as the season progresses. That makes every move at this point of the season more and more important. Make sure you’re the one grabbing the right guy off the scrap heap, not putting the big get back onto the waiver wire.
This week should see a bunch of DL spots open up across the league. Mike Morse is back, and Desmond Jennings and Carlos Santana are among players making their return on Tuesday. As such, the waiver wire could be flush with talent – here are a few names to keep in mind as you make your adds and drops for the coming week.
By: Jack Moore Each week we’ll be providing you with insight into the best (and worst) baseball players to play in your fantasy baseball league. As I turn in this week’s column, I own a […]
It’s a common truism in sports: you don’t win a game in the first quarter, but you can lose one. We’re almost at the end of the first quarter for the 2012 MLB season. Sitting in first place? Don’t get cocky. We’ve got a long way to go.