Okay, we’re going to put behind us the absurd notion that absolutely everything has changed in a little over a month of a six month season. I’m not going to point out regression to the mean, skill sets or anything else in regards to players doing what they should do over the marathon-like baseball season. […]

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And by breakdown I don’t mean of the crying variety with Zach Greinke suffering from an abulia. (Sorry, it was the Word of the Day.) My favorite fantasy baseball writer, Eric Karabell, did a breakdown of the Royals pitchers. (You can click that link but I think you need to be an ESPN Hindsighter™ to […]

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Luckily someone transcribed Eric Karabell’s crayon drawings into a blog post so we can see which players Karabaloney is thinking are overrated this year. As Common said, “It doesn’t take a whole day to recognize sunshine…” Well, it also doesn’t take a mouthful to recognize shit either. The following is only a sampling of Eric […]

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ESPN’s top “analyst,” Eric Karabell, lit a flame nugget under me when he decided to tout Frank Thomas as a big 2008 sleeper. That’s right, the soon-to-be 40 year-old, Toronto DH who limps around the bases. Seems to me that Karabell has been sleeping for the last ten years. You need to be an ESPN […]

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Been receiving a ton of feedback about the Eric Karabell post, some people even took the liberty to email me some of their own Karabell-type predictions. Enjoy, and feel free to comment some of your own predictions below. On Friday, November 30, 2007, at 12:26 PM, Blurry Blurred Name wrote: prince fielder, his upside is […]

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This is from ESPN’s top analyst (pointing out that he’s their top analyst makes it sarcastic), Eric Karabell: 1. Alex Rodriguez: Even with some statistical regression, you can’t go wrong. 2. Hanley Ramirez: Power and speed, and someday manning center field. 3. Jose Reyes: Nobody steals more bases, and he could reach 15 homers. 4. […]

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