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Fantasy Baseball Podcast – March 20, 2012

www.dmfantasybaseball.com - Chris and "The Fantasy Doctor" talk about some spring training news including several players dealing with injuries such as AJ Burnett, Rickie Weeks, Corey Hart and David Wright. The guys preview the fantasy options of the Toronto Blue Jays and ...

Finding Fantasy Baseball Keepers: Atlanta Braves Edition

www.fullspectrumbaseball.com - OF Michael Bourn consistently brings your team Stolen Bases (50+) and Runs (90+) with a Batting Average (.270+) you can easily live with on your roster. I was surprised to see how differently he was ranked on the big three ...

On the Rebound

www.dmfantasybaseball.com - Rather than focusing on the latest ‘hot prospect’ or the latest MVP, it is valuable to consider players coming off poor statistical seasons. Players with proven track records have the opportunity to rebound to their former production levels and as ...


Bounce Back Candidates

www.dmfantasybaseball.com - Choosing players coming off a disappointing season can be valuable in fantasy baseball. Bounce back seasons are nice because they often come at a reduced cost in terms of draft position or auction value. Poor performances can often be followed ...

Spring Ahead!

www.dmfantasybaseball.com - Do spring training statistics really matter? Is it possible to judge the season a player wil lhave by their performance in the spring? In fantasy baseball terms, it may be of more value in trying to determine a players "role" ...

Fantasy baseball players with power and speed you should be targeting on draft day

www.fullspectrumbaseball.com - Standard fantasy baseball leagues use five basic statistics as offensive scoring categories (AVG, R, HR, RBI, SB) and finding the players who will contribute across most categories, if not all, should be your primary objective while those types of players ...


Closer Rankings and Tiers

bit.ly - In the final installment of “Tiers, Not Fears,” we have landed at relief pitching. A lot of fantasy owners hate having to deal with closers, but not me. While you read a lot of “don’t pay for saves” idioms being ...

Fantasy Baseball 2012: Adrian Gonzalez To Become Much More Valuable

www.hardballchat.com - The 2012 Fantasy Baseball season is now only three weeks away, as Spring Training has officially begun. While many owners are still scrambling to find enough teams for their leagues and setting their official draft dates, many have either drafted ...

Detroit Tigers a Fantasy Baseball Haven In 2012

www.hardballchat.com - In the past, many Fantasy Baseball owners targeted players from the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox early and often in their drafts. After all, those teams boast two of the most stacked lineups each and every season, so ...

Tiers, Not Fears: OF

sonsofroto.com - It’s no secret that there are a lot of great fantasy options in the outfield. The position is deep as hell, which is why I always tell people not to go too crazy overvaluing the top OFs. Sure there’s something ...

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