Folks in New York thought the American League East race was over. They assumed the Yankees will sweep the Rays and take control of the division. So much for that theory.
Joe Maddon gets outfoxed Monday night.
Joe Maddon is matching wits with Joe Girardi, and coming out on top.
Andrew Friedman may get criticized for his trades at the time, but he, more than anyone, knows the old phrase "he who laughs last..."
The Rays activated Jeff Niemann from the disabled list couple of weeks ago, but it has not been smooth sailing for him so far.
The playoff race is heating up and the Rays find themselves in the thick of it all.
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I learned from a fairly early age that baseball can be pretty unpredictable. When I was very young, I remember watching a game on TV with my father next to me on the couch.
Supply and demand is the most basic of all economic concepts. If there is a shortage of a product, the demand for it will be higher. People will have a greater desire for it. If it’s a product that anyone can acquire with ease, the demand will not be as high. I equate this concept to fantasy baseball, especially the Going 9 NL Only league.
One of the most difficult aspects in analyzing baseball, whether it is for fantasy or real world purposes, is knowing when a slow start is really more than just a temporary issue. Some players are notoriously slow starters.
Arizona Diamondbacks: Seems to be
Going 9 Baseball contributor George Kurtz takes a look at the latest news and notes around the American League