Looking around the fantasy baseball landscape and wondering who are the biggest fantasy baseball hitting surprised to start 2012 MLB season. Hitters like Derek Jeter, David Ortiz, and Nick Swisher are leading the way in veterans putting in big starts and shocking some fantasy players with their solid play. There Read the rest of this entry »
The first month of baseball is in the books so we want to take a look at the biggest pitching surprises to start the 2012 fantasy baseball season. The biggest surprise is without a doubt the return of Bartolo Colon. Read the rest of this entry »
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Fantasy baseball playoffs 2010 is coming up quick. For teams that are still competing and looking to make the fantasy baseball playoffs this year, the following are some players that could help you on your quest for a fantasy baseball title in 2010.
For teams that are rolling along, this may not make much difference, but for teams that are crawling in or are having some injury problems, these players may help save your 2010 fantasy baseball season and give you the edge you need to get through the playoffs and into the finals. Read the rest of this entry »
Detroit Tigers RP Joel Zumaya (elbow) is scheduled to have an MRI Tuesday, June 29, according to Gene Myers, of the Detroit Free Press.
Colorado Rockies C Miguel Olivo homered and had four RBIs Monday, June 28, ESPN.com reports.
Los Angeles Dodgers CL Jonathan Broxton will receive two days off after throwing 48 pitches Sunday, June 27, The Associated Press reports.
Los Angeles Dodgers C Russell Martin had the day off Monday, June 28, The Associated Press reports.
Los Angeles Dodgers OF Matt Kemp was out of the lineup for a second straight day Monday, June 28, because manager Joe Torre said he wanted to stick with the same lineup that did so well the previous day, The Associated Press reports.
Los Angeles Dodgers SP Chad Billingsley allowed two runs on five hits and two walks while fanning three in six innings in his no-decision Monday, June 28, The Associated Press reports.
Colorado Rockies 1B Todd Helton (back) was scratched due to lower back stiffness Monday, June 28, The Associated Press reports.
Colorado Rockies SP Ubaldo Jimenez took a no-hitter into the sixth inning and picked up his 14th win Monday, June 28, The Associated Press reports. He allowed four runs on four hits and four walks while fanning seven in six innings to defeat the San Diego Padres.