This is my Top 10 for 2012. It’s changed about thirty-six times. And I’m sure it will change again before I start drafting.
Miguel Cabrera 1B, DET. After the signing of Prince Fielder, I wanted to move Cabrera into the top spot surpassing King Albert. Cabrera has been a model of consistency, is in his prime [...]
A lot of the fantasy sites this season are claiming that first base is super deep and you can wait for a slugger in the later rounds. This is true. If you don’t mind having Billy Butler, Paul Konerko or Gaby Sanchez as your main guy. Personally, I won’t wait that long and will grab [...]
Unless you’re a Packer or Steelers fan, you’re football season is over.
The NBA is up and running, but lets get real, the season really doesn’t start until the playoffs begin which is sometime this summer.
Pitchers and catchers are set to report in less than three weeks, that’s what. And so it’s time to start [...]
He’s one of very best hitters in the game, left-handed hitter, tremendous ability to control the strike zone, hit for power, power to all fields. His natural stroke is to the opposite field, which is a great fit for our ballpark. He hits the ball the other way, so he’ll be using the wall, and [...]
First baseman Joey Votto of the Cincinnati Reds was named the National League’s Most Valuable Player.
For more info, you can find some at MLB.com.
Votto is a Canadian Beast. His stat line this past season: .324-37-113-106-16.
I am a big fan of Votto’s; I took him in every league I was able to draft him in (already [...]
The first base position in 2010 claimed nine of the TOP 100 overall fantasy players at season’s end (ten players if you include Jose Bautista and his four games at first). At a position where depth and options seemed plentiful before the season began, first base became a bit of a let down. Big boys [...]
These are your 2010 National League Gold Glove winners:
C – Yadier Molina STL – 3rd
1B – Albert Pujols STL – 2nd
2B – Brandon Phillips CIN – 2nd
3B – Scott Rolen CIN – 8th
SS – Troy Tulowitzki COL – 1st
OF – Michael Bourn HOU – 2nd
OF – Carlos Gonzalez COL – 1st
OF – Shane Victorino PHI [...]
Only four men in history have done it. Not since 2006. Alfonso Soriano with the Nationals. 46/41. The other three players to do it? 1988: Jose Canseco OAK (42,40). 1996. Barry Bonds PIT (42,40). 1998. Alex Rodriguez SEA (42,46).
Jose Bautista 3B/OF, TOR – 54/9 – The guy came out of nowhere and [...]
50. A 50 spot. 50 Bagel. 5 small, short stacks. 50. Congratulations to Jose Bautista for hitting numero 50. The guy has played for five teams in seven seasons. No one saw this coming. His previous season high? 16. After reading up on him, it appears he and Cito Gaston found something, made a tweak [...]
Triple Crown Chase – Let’s be real, no one will win the Triple Crown this year. It’s too hard to do and too many great players contending. Albert won’t reach .340. Cargo won’t hit 40 HR. Votto will finish second in all three categories. Moving on…
Carlos Gonzalez COL – Cargo went 1 for 3 with [...]