Yu Darvish SP TEX – After a couple starts and some eased nerves, Yu has begun to pitch like the Rangers thought he would. He just shut down the Yankees at home over 8.1 INN on Tuesday night and has gotten better with every start.
Jake Peavy SP CHW – He’s looked like the ace [...]
Matt Kemp OF LAD – Before games today, Beastmode was .460-9-22-18-1. Why isn’t he stealing more?
Josh Hamilton OF TEX – Contract year and he’s looking to get paid – straight cash, homie. He’s no slouch either, hitting .409-8-18-16-1 to begin 2013.
Derek Jeter SS NYY – DJ is looking like he’s 27, not 37. [...]
This is my second year in the FSIC League. After finishing 10th out of 12th last season, I’m looking to improve and land somewhere in the Top 5. It can remain unsaid, but I want to win this thing. I learned some stuff last year about how these type of leagues work, and hopefully, I [...]
Here are my rankings for the catcher position in fantasy year 2012. Don’t feel the need to draft a backstop early in drafts this season, it’s pretty deep unless you’re in a two-catcher league.
Carlos Santana CLE – Takes over the top spot this season with his breakout year in 2011. He also qualifies at 1B, [...]
“You play ball like a girl!” Snap.
I’ve made minor tweaks with it here and there, but this is my Top 100 so far. Due to change tomorrow.
Giancarlo (Mike) Stanton
I’ve recently listed my Top 10 overall for 2012. Note: Ryan Braun has been added my Top 10, so, technically, all these guys move down one slot. So here’s my 12-21.
12. Adrian Gonzalez 1B, BOS. I don’t know if the power drop-off was due to his shoulder issues or adapting to an easy, giant, left [...]
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 [...]
Top 10 Fantasy Third Baseman (3B) – As of July 12th
Jose Bautista TOR – .334-31-65-73-5. You could argue that “Joey Bats” was the first half MVP, putting up gaudy numbers and proving last year was no fluke. You could also argue that he’s the best hitter in baseball right now. Does he reach 50? He’s [...]