Annoyed and unable to understand fantasy owners happiness in owning a Padre hitter, I made plans to deprive fantasy owners of their Roast Beast and fantasy pennant championship celebrations. Then someone warmed my Grinch heart. Who? Nope, Chase Headley. If Headley can do it, I say anyone can do it.Please, blog, may I have some more?
I almost didn’t write this post. Not because I was trapped under a Pizza Hut/Taco Bell Combo and unable to move my arms, but because Jurickson Profar will either be a huge boost for 2013 fantasy teams or he’ll be irrelevant and it’s not really on him which outcome comes to play.Please, blog, may I have some more?
SAGNOF essentially means don’t pay for saves or steals. Steals/Saves Ain’t Got No Face, i.e., they can be found for cheap. They are in abundance later in drafts and on waivers. For this post, let’s focus on steals. Everth Cabrera didn’t play a game in the majors until May 17th and gave you 44 steals, the 3rd most steals last year.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Brett Jackson should be the starting center fielder on Opening Day. That’s the good news. The bad news is the Cubs have already said the good news isn’t the most likely to happen news. The Cubs have said Jackson will start 2013 in Triple-A.Please, blog, may I have some more?
“Careful what you wish for” isn’t just a cliché or a phrase that genies use in Disney movies. “Careful what you wish for” can also be applied to you, Mr. or Ms. Fantasy Baseballer, wishing a rookie pitcher gets put into a major league rotation.Please, blog, may I have some more?
A quick preamble about the 2013 fantasy baseball rookie series that is coming all this month. Rookies are picked through MLB eligibility requirements, less than 130 ABs or 50 IP. That means no Manny Machado, no Anthony Gose and no Michael Fiers, though you couldn’t get him even if you guys were having sex.Please, blog, may I have some more?