Sometimes getting to the World Series takes more than just talent. Sometimes it takes a little psychological machinations to make it happen. Sabathia brings the Brewers a talented co-ace with Sheets (bit of advice: Sabathia was gassed at the end of the year – let him pitch a few 6 inning starts). Durham provides them […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
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Well, Blanton’s seat is still warm and here come the rumors of Gio Gonzalez’s promotion. Figures, a couple more bad starts and some illegal body shop in Oakland would’ve gutted Blanton and pimped out his carcass for a sweet ride. Yo, put some five-star Momos on Blanton’s legs and let’s bling out his grill! (EDITOR’S […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
That title there, that’s country speak. This here boy, Adam Dunn, he’s country strong and this, folks, this is the 2nd half of the baseball season. Let’s git ‘r Dunn! Since July 6th, Adam Dunn has 6 hits in the last 8 games. Guess how many of those were home runs. Go ahead. I’ll wait. […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
The All-Star Break is over and we’re officially trucking towards your fantasy baseball trade deadline. So what should we do? Look back, of course. Through June 10th, Chase Utley led the major leagues with 21 HRs. Berkman was second with 19. Uggla had 18. Josh Hamilton, blowing the cover off the ball and not the […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Things change in fantasy baseball. Daily. I could put Hanley Ramirez number one on the top 100 list for the second half of 2008 and he could get injured tomorrow. Or Alex Rodriguez could announce he’s skipping out on all August games to join Madonna on tour for the remake of the Madonna: Truth or […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
The Fantasy Baseball Hall of Fame in conjunction with Razzball.com, are electing the All-Star teams of the Fantasy Era. For every season from 1980 to today full 23 man rosters will be created and analyzed. In the second installment the 1986 through1988seasons are identified. Year: 1986 First Time All Stars: 15(!) – Jesse Barfield, George […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
I was drunk for the first three months of the fantasy baseball season. That’s right, blitzed. Three coladas to the wind. Someone would ask me for fantasy baseball advice and I’d type out my answers with a celery stalk that was drenched in booze. Chris Davis or Chase Headley? I’d play eeny-meeny-miney-moe with my cocktail […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Is there another pitcher that tantalizes more than Chad Billingsley? 13Ks in 7 IP against the Marlins to earn his 9th win. His 135 K’s are tied with Lincecum for the major league lead – a couple more than guys like Volquez and Sabathia. Why is someone so unhittable not an elite pitcher yet? Because […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Taking a break from my weekly rant on the droolings of Eric Karabell and just going to vent on one topic. Let’s call this column, “Open Your Vent!” Also, I want my own sidebar section like Rudy’s got for his TWIR. But that’s not what I’m venting on. That’s a side vent, if you will. […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Justin Morneau can hit 20 home runs in the 2nd half. Will he? Let me take out my voodoo chicken… Seriously, I’m not a fortune teller. What, you think I have some kind of Pagan Gods telling me what to do? (Bee tee dubya, I considered not capping Pagan. Because, honestly, how many Pagans really […]Please, blog, may I have some more?