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Michael Pineda & The 2014 Yankees

The Yankees have had a very busy offseason. After losing all-world 2nd baseman Robinson Cano to free agency and the Seattle Mariners, Yankees GM Brian Cashman, armed with Steinbrenner credit cards, went on a spending binge. New York committed about 465 million dollars to some new players in hopes of competing for a championship in [...]

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Player Profile: Homer Bailey

After several seasons of moderately underwhelming statistics, we finally saw what had Homer Bailey ranked as one of Keith Law’s top prospects years back. Bailey arrived in 2013, finishing as the #20 starting pitcher according to ESPN’s player. The Reds righty proved to be the steal of many drafts last season, with an ADP was [...]

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Player Profile: Alex Cobb

We witnessed the official coming out party of Alex Cobb in 2013. Although he only managed 23 regular season starts, (he missed 6 weeks after being hit in the head by an Eric Hosmer liner on June 15) Cobb showed clear gains in skill. Cobb, a Boston native has a current NFBC ADP of 116.79 [...]

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Player Profile: Clayton Kershaw

Overshadowing baseball’s passage of a new video review system and the Masahiro Tanaka sweepstakes was Clayton Kershaw’s new mega-deal, which extends his time wearing Dodger blue until at least 2018. The 7-year contract will pay the superstar left-hander a whopping 215 million. The agreement also gives Kershaw the ability to opt-out after the fifth year. [...]

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Episode 73: “He’s All Around Just a Beautiful Man.” Featuring Timothy King

This week, Moe Koltun hosts Matt Schwimmer and Matt Cott to answer your Twitter questions, discuss the season so far and ahead in fantasy football, and talk about a ton of fun topics. Plus, Moe and Schwim have Timothy King (@TKing978) on to talk about the just-finished 2013 season of fantasy baseball, and to look [...]

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Buying & Selling: Head To Head Playoff Strategy

For the majority of head to head fantasy baseball leagues, today marks the beginning of the playoffs. That being said, I thought it would be wise to step away from analyzing player performances in Buying & Selling in order to write about a more underrepresented aspect of the game we all love. In this week’s installment, [...]

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Buying & Selling: Underowned Around the Diamond

For most folks, this week marks the final one of the regular season in fantasy baseball. While some are still making a final push to get into the tournament, others are gearing their teams up for a championship run. Either way, keeping up with the trends in the fantasy game are important. Who’s hot? Who’s [...]

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Buying & Selling: Waiver Wire Pitchers

The regular season is winding down. With that comes the inevitable reality that your league’s waiver wire likely resembles an uninspiring group of underperformers and injured players. Although starting pitching is extremely deep, it is unlikely that any impact or super high upside arms are floating around in your free agent pools. At this point [...]

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