Fantasy 411 looks at the winners and losers at the MLB trading deadline. How did those late season trades affect your fantasy baseball team? Postive or negative? Watch and learn what the Fantasy 411 guys have to say about the winners and losers at the MLB Trading deadline.
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If you have the MLB Network, you need to be watching Fantasy 411. It’s a great place to learn more about fantasy baseball and to get inside tips from some of the most knowledgeable people in the game. Here’s some notes from the special 2 hour draft preview show. Some top fantasy baseball tips Get [...]
Roy Halladay stars in this commercial for MLB 2K11 and pays tribute to his catcher Carlos Ruiz.
If there’s one post that you need to read to prepare for your 2011 fantasy baseball league draft, its Jonathan Mayo’s 2011 MLB Top Prospects analysis. You can also watch the MLB Top 50 Baseball Prospects on the MLB Network. Make sure you have a pen and paper with you. If you’re not sure about [...]
Clearwater Beach, Florida — It’s a tough assignment to have to leave the snow of the Northeast to spend a few days in Florida covering Spring Training 2010, but that’s exactly what the owners of Olympic Internet wanted me to do this season to help get you ready for your 2010 fantasy baseball draft. We [...]
Here’s the single most important fantasy baseball tip you’ll get for the 2010 season. More important than “don’t take a relief pitcher in the early rounds, as saves are always plentiful.” More important than “your hometown players will always be over-valued in a local league.” The single most important fantasy baseball tip for the 2010 [...]
If you watched SportsCenter or MLB Network last Sunday night, you saw the celebration by the Milwaukee Brewers after the walk off homerun by Prince Fielder. There was a time when you couldn’t even stop and watch your home run fly out of the park for fear of retaliation by the pitcher. That was known [...]
Yesterday, Batting Stance Guy did all of the National League All Stars. Today, he does all 23 American League all stars in about a minute. Too funny.