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Maybe I’m jhuvenile but Jhonkensy Noel has me jhonking my nose in laughter. Jhonkensy? I ain’t Jhonkensy ’round these parts since the tennis courts closed in 2018. Excuse me, sir, my Jhonda’s jhorn stopped Jhonkensy’ing, and I am a very aggressive driver so I really need my jhorn to Jhonkensy. So, the Guards called up […]

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Opening day has come and what a sweet thing it was.  So what did we learn so far?  First thing first, the Dodgers are leaving little doubt that they are going to try to bash their way to a championship.  We also have confirmed that our first round hitters are going to give us a thrilling chase for the top spot with our number two hitter Mookie Betts hitting all over the world.  Finally, we have confirmed that Colorado and Oakland will continue to be barren for fantasy owners this year.  In this week’s edition of the Top 100 Hitters for then 2024 fantasy baseball season, we attack the last 20 spots in our rankings to finish off opening weekend.  If we could fit 40 players into these spots, there would be a longer list as this part of the rankings is tight.  If you are expecting to see Tyler O’Neill, Mitch Haniger or even Jackson Merrill there is good argument for each to crack these rankings and time will tell if they can.  For now, let us finish up our pre-season top 100 hitters.

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Sometimes, the Gods smile. Not broad, goofy grins. They’re Gods. They have chiseled chins and deep dimples, and they’re women. They look like Kirsten Dunst. Gods are multiple Kirsten Dunsts. There will not be questions about this later, so you can read and discard, like your medical chart that says your cholesterol is high. Speaking of medical charts that we can read and discard, Ronald Acuña Jr.’s knee MRIs

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Grey and B_Don are back with this week’s episode of the Razzball Fantasy Baseball Podcast. We continue our positional rankings with the first part of the outfield rankings. We talk about the top 40 OF (not OnlyFans accounts you sick, sick people). Podcast favorite Adolis Garcia leads us off followed by the player that we […]

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Welcome back to Hitter Profiles for the 2024 fantasy baseball season. Last week we covered the NL West and this week we head over to the AL East. A division full of teams that all have postseason hopes, there are bound to be a bevy of fantasy assets for the pickings. 2024 welcomes Juan Soto and Corbin Burnes to the division which certainly will boost their values. We also have exciting young talent on teams like the Orioles and Rays that are trying to stake claim after years of watching the Yankees and Red Sox draw the spotlight. This year, there is an argument that any team could win the division and we may have over half the division in the playoffs. Excitement awaits for us as we dive into the AL East. So without further ado let’s walk through the boom and bust candidates in this competitive division!

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Welcome back to the fourth installment of the Fantasy Baseball Dynasty rankings. As we count down toward the top group, we first hit the players ranked 150-126.

As we get closer to the more coveted players, the breakdown of this group is logically different from last week’s overall group. The biggest change is the age of this grouping skews younger, with 19 players in their 20s, including seven who are 24 years old or younger. Here is a look at this week’s players:

6 players between the ages of 30-34
12 players between the ages of 25-29
7 players between the ages of 20-24
8 infielders
6 starting pitchers
6 outfielders/DH
5 catchers

The one position that stands out is the number of catchers. Some owners will avoid catchers like the plague. There are a lot of good, young catchers in the majors, so why avoid catchers if you are going to have to start them? And in two catcher leagues, there is no way you can ignore them. In fact, you can make that a position of strength of you snag two young catchers who will produce for the next five years.

And now my weekly reminder: if a top prospect hasn’t reached the majors yet, they won’t be in these rankings. Itch has been running down the top prospects per team and will continue his great work. No need for me to repeat what he says.

Now on to the Fantasy Baseball Dynasty Rankings: 150-126…

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