Player Profile: Ike Davis

Mets first baseman Ike Davis has been something of an enigma since his arrival onto the scene in 2010. Once a top prospect, Davis played 147 games in 2010, where he had a .264/.351/.440 line along with 19 homers, 71 RBI and 73 runs; a solid season for a rookie. Davis entered 2011 primed for [...]

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Ian Desmond

Fantasy Baseball Shortstop Preview

Second Base Preview, First Base Preview, Catcher Preview. “Things turn out best for people who make the best out of the way things turn out.” John Wooden As I researched the Shortstop position, this quote stood out to me. There are going to be wide disparities in how people view Shortstop. It will be a [...]

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Adrian Peterson

Fantasy Football’s Misunderstood: Cam & AP

The 2012 Fantasy Football season saw a number of great things. The emergence of 3 incredible rookie quarterbacks, the amazing comebacks of Peyton Manning and Adrian Peterson, the record setting year from Calvin Johnson, the list goes on. But like every year, a number of players were chalked up as busts, and likewise others were [...]

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Fantasy Baseball Preseason Rankings: Top 30 Second Basemen

Second base is a strongly team-altering position. There is a ton of talent, and many different ways you can attack the position to help your team. Do you need power and grab Dan Uggla? Do you need speed and grab Jemile Weeks? Do you jump the gun and grab Robbie Cano early? Jason Kipnis and [...]

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Fantasy Baseball Second Base Preview

“An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.” Ben Franklin When I started this preview, I made a preliminary list to work off of and then started doing statistical research within that framework. My list has changed drastically since that initial one, and our collective view of the second base position should do the [...]

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AL Vs. NL: On The Offensive

Throughout my fantasy career, it has always been my practice to select as many American League players for my offense as I could possibly get my hands on. Conversely, I would always lean toward obtaining an almost National League-exclusive pitching roster. The logic is pretty simple: the AL has a reputation of possessing better hitters, not to [...]

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Regression & Bounce Back: Catcher

As we continue to break down positions it’s pretty clear that there’s a ton of variance from year to year. Timothy King is here to try and weather the storm, providing a “bounce-back” and “regression” guy for you to target or avoid in your drafts. Here are his picks for catcher! Bounce-back candidate: Brian McCann, [...]

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Carlos Santana

Carlos Santana: Which Half Will We See?

Carlos Santana has always seemed to follow in the footsteps of Matt Wieters (not including the fact that he was actually born a month earlier). When Keith Law ranked Wieters as his #1 prospect in 2009, Carlos Santana was a not-so-distant 13th. Divergently, Wieters entered the league that year while Santana spent another year and [...]

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