Strafford: Fantasy Baseball Daily Double 6/3

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I took the day off yesterday for my mental health. I did play and win a Rapid Fire contest on DraftDay.com but I didn’t do a full daily league lineup. We jump back in head first today. It’s a light slate of games so some positions are going to have slim pickings. Also, the starting […]

Strafford: Fantasy Baseball Daily Double 6/1

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In short, I was awful lat night. Aside from Edwin Encarncion, not a single one of my match up picks yielded any sort of results. Dan Uggla, Garret Jones, and Alex Rios all gave me negative points. Even Joey Votto didn’t provide me with any sort of real pop. I continue to try and find […]

Kurtz: Clearing The Bases: MLB Notebook

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Baltimore Orioles: Well we haven’t had a 2B Brian Roberts update in a little bit, well he has started to resume baseball activities and could return to the team in mid-June…..Starting pitcher Dylan Bundy is still waiting for the go ahead from Dr. James Andrews as to when he can begin a throwing program. The […]

Going 9 Fantasy Baseball: Kurtz: Clearing The Bases: AL Notes

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Going 9 Fantasy Baseball contributor George Kurtz covers the latest news and notes from the American League

Going 9 Fantasy Baseball: Strafford: Value Your Veterans and Fallen Prospects

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Depending on the format of your league, there are twelve to 20 players who might be valuable enough to use a first round pick on. As you move through the draft, the probability of a draft pick living up to your needs can have a very large deviation.

Going 9 Fantasy Baseball: Strafford: Assume the Position

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There are plenty of question marks throughout the major leagues this year that will influence how and when you draft certain players. Here is the first in a position by position look of some of the questions Dan Strafford has been asking so far this spring.