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2013 Running Back Rankings: Tier by Tier

While rankings are important, it’s equally important to rank players in tiers. Being able to realize whether the difference between Doug Martin at two and Arian Foster at three is the same as Arian Foster at three and Jamaal Charles at four is very important as you go through your draft. Jake Axelrod continues  his [...]

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2013 Quarterback Rankings: Tier by Tier

While rankings are important, it’s equally important to rank players in tiers. Being able to realize whether the difference between Drew Brees at two and Cam Newton at three is the same as Cam Newton at three and Peyton Manning at four is very important as you go through your draft. Jake Axelrod begins his [...]

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Prospect Hunting: On the Radar for Week 15

With apologies to the National League, today I will look at four players that are either making their debut or returning to their teams’ rotation in the American League. Jarred Cosart pictured above will debut for the Astros, Danny Salazar made his debut on Thursday, Sonny Gray is in Oakland’s bullpen and Erasmo Ramirez had [...]

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Goin’ Streakin’: Hot Streaks from June

Some hot streaks catch national attention and some just don’t. Streaks that happen at the beginning of the season are naturally more likely to catch the media’s attention than those in June. However, the sample size is equally small. Although it’s important not to overreact to small sample sizes, it is necessary to notice whose [...]

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Positive Signs for Two Struggling Youngsters

In the modern world, people demand that prospect preform from Day 1. If a prospect struggles out of the gate, major red flags go up throughout the industry. However, it’s important to remember how young these players are when they come up and that struggles should be expected and not surprising. Everybody was ready to [...]

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Jarrod Parker: Buy Low Candidate

Baseball is fun because it is streaky, unpredictable, and frustrating at times. Just like old players, young players have their struggles in the majors. That’s why nobody was speechless when Jarrod Parker began the season on a sour note. Although the media going into the season may have overhyped him, Parker would have been rather far [...]

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Buying and Selling: Week 6

The shine of the new baseball season is beginning to wear off and the grind off the marathon ahead is beginning to set in. Sample sizes are now beginning to have some teeth as well. Do you stay the course with struggling players or dump them in hopes of catching lightning in a bottle on [...]

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Disabled List: An Update on Guys who Have Missed the Entire Season

People often look to the waiver wire to attempt to find the next great add to store on their bench. Oftentimes, that leads to owners swiping up prospects who are lurking in the minor leagues. This makes it very easy to forget the guys already in the major leagues who haven’t played a single game [...]

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