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With the 2010 MLB Season less than two months away, fantasy baseball is right around the corner. The goal to this article is to provide a comprehensive list of 2010 fantasy baseball player rankings, including links to complete fantasy baseball draft kits as well as player rankings by position.
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By orleanscardinals at 13 April, 2010, 8:43 am
Within a 24 hour window I learned Miguel Montero and Aaron Hill were heading to the DL, Jimmy Rollins probably will as well, and Derrek Lee left his game early due to injury. In one league, that means a third of my hitters are on the shelf and I have at least two key players out now in all three leagues.
If you are facing the injury bug like me, here are four things to consider this early in the fantasy baseball season.Read More >>
By orleanscardinals at 27 March, 2010, 11:29 am
Gordon Beckham will be a key player in all three of my fantasy baseball leagues this year
This year I’ve outlined draft results and initial perspectives for the three fantasy baseball leagues I am participating in this year.Read More >>
By orleanscardinals at 3 January, 2010, 11:09 pm
After working out a couple kinks while formatting data (h/t to my friends at Ivy Envy and the RotoExperts for the heads up), the latest Fantasy Baseball Tips MLB free agent tracker for end of 2009/2010 Major League season is up.
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By orleanscardinals at 24 July, 2009, 8:53 pm
Right now, my fantasy baseball team is in first place for all five pitching categories. Out of the ten pitchers on they roster today, only three were drafted and that includes only one starting pitcher: Ted Lilly.
I was able to pick up Justin Verlander, Ricky Nolasco, Scott Downs, Huston Street, Michael Wuertz and Dan Meyer via free agency. Verlander and possibly Street should be the only surprises here (luck based off of owners with itchy trigger fingers).
This is why I try never to use early round draft picks for starting pitching.Read More >>
By orleanscardinals at 7 June, 2009, 7:56 pm
Red Sox fans requested David Ortiz come out for a standing ovation when he hit his second home run of the season Saturday night. The dedication of the Red Sox faithful masks the reality of Ortiz’s astounding drop off in power and average.
Photo: Brian Snyder/Reuters
Fortunately for Big Papi, he’s not the only major league slugger facing a home run drought this year.Read More >>
By orleanscardinals at 25 April, 2009, 8:29 am
This season, fantasy managers in my Yahoo leagues have already dropped guys like Nate McLouth, Daisuke Matsuzaka, and Joba Chamberlain.
It’s certainly easy to get frustrated with players off to slow starts but it’s important to remember we’re only approaching the end of the first month into the season. There is a lot of baseball still to be played.
Five Top Players Likely to Rebound
Here are five higher tiered players I would hold out on for better results as the summer rolls on. Savvy managers may be able to put the right offer together to capitalize on another fantasy baseball manager’s frustrations