Shortstop is no longer a position where the 3 R’s (Reyes, Rollins, Ramirez) dominate as Troy Tulowitzki is the clear top pick today and perhaps the top pick in the game. But, if you look closely, you will be able to find some diamonds in the rough at the shortstop position. Here are our 2012 […]
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In our continuing analysis of your 2012 fantasy baseball draft, we look at the fantasy baseball sleepers at the second base position for the 2012 fantasy baseball draft. Second base, along with catcher, is the position many managers look for when it comes to position scarcity, meaning that there’s less good ones available. Hence, players […]
Fantasy Baseball Dugout talks fantasy baseball and lingerie football on the Spadora on Sports radio show today. BallparkBob reviews the fantasy baseball projections for Yu Darvish and posts him as the 15th best starting pitcher in your fantasy baseball draft in 2012. Bob also reviews his projections for 2012 fantasy baseball sleepers at the first […]
First base delivers a lot of pop in fantasy baseball. Look for these guys to add great value and return on your investment when you draft first basemen in your 2012 fantasy baseball draft. There are some solid sleepers at the first base position in 2012 so you may want to wait until wait in […]
Bob Bentz of Fantasy Baseball Dugout discusses the 2012 fantasy baseball sleepers at the catcher position on the Spadora on Sports radio show. Click this link to check out our Top 25 catcher rankings for 2012.
BallparkBob analyzes starting pitchers sleepers for the 2012 season on the weekly Spadora on Sports radio show.
Pitching is 80% of the game, give or take a little depending on whom you speak with. But, in fantasy baseball, there’s no doubt about it: pitching is 50% of the game. Many fantasy baseball managers enter a draft thinking that pitching is an after-thought. Rarely, does a manager spend more than 50% of his […]
The Houston Astros and Boston Red Sox made a trade last week that sent Astros’ closer Mark Melancon to the Red Sox in exchange for infielder Jed Lowrie and Kyle Weiland. Who Will Nab Red Sox Closer Role? Mark Melancon had 20 saves for Houston this year, going 8-4 with a 2.78 ERA and 1.22 […]