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Phil Hughes Locked In — MLB Fantasy Waiver Wire Pickups 2013
Since our last installment there have been a string of huge injuries. Marlins slugger and only legitimate bat Giancarlo Stanton suffered a Grade 2 hamstring strain and is expected to miss at least a month of action. Sure he started out the season slow but he was showing signs of breaking through. In…
Fantasy Baseball Pickups — Walking the Wire After Week Three
Without a doubt the hottest player in terms of waiver wire pickups over the past week has been San Francisco shortstop Brandon Crawford. I choose to open with him for the pure fact to tell you not to jump on that bandwagon. Nothing stings worse than picking up a flash in the pan and cutting loose a …
Just a Little Patience — Hot & Cold Fantasy Players
While we’re still in the first month of a long Fantasy Baseball season, our patience is starting to wear thin with several players on whom we spent relatively high draft picks. Several undrafted players are starting to shine on the waiver wire, while your players are playing like war…
Fantasy Baseball Pickups — Walking the Wire After Week Two
What do Matt Kemp, Evan Longoria, Jay Bruce and Giancarlo Stanton all have in common? Each player has yet to hit a home run in the 2013 season. I actually own the latter three on one squad and rank dead last in homers. Three guys I was counting on for 100 long balls collectively have rewarded me wit…
Keep Calm and Carry On…For Now — Hot & Cold Fantasy Players
“My fantasy baseball players are horrible! OMG! LOL! What do I do!?! IDK! TTYL! ”
That’s a tweet I might get from a reactionary fantasy baseball owner (who’s also an 11-year-old girl) but as much as we should all heed the advice to “Keep Calm and Carry On” as it relates to fantasy sports, people frea…

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