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2011 Fantasy Baseball All-Breakout Team: Each Position’s Soon-to-be Fantasy Star

Thursday, March 31, 2011

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2011 Fantasy Baseball All-Breakout Team: Each Position’s Soon-to-be Fantasy Star

By now, you’ve already drafted your fantasy team(s) and have set your lineup(s) for Opening Day. (Happy Opening Day, by the way!) While some sites make lazy claims by promoting top 100 players as breakout candidates, I choose to dig much deeper. Heck, I’ve seen Drew Stubbs flagged as a 2011 breakout performer on several occasions. How can a guy who hit 22 HRs and stole 30 bags last year be dubbed a future fantasy star? He’s already a top-50 player in my mind. He’s already risen from the depths of the waiver wire, just as I had predicted he would at this time last year...

2011 MLB Spring Training Team-By-Team Injury Report

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

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2011 MLB Spring Training Team-By-Team Injury Report

To help keep fantasy managers on top of injuries this spring, Fantasy Baseball Insiders has launched a team-by-team injury report. This list will be updated every night so you can stay up to date on current injuries. Bookmark this page for an easy return. This is a must have as you prepare for your upcoming draft!

Fantasy Baseball Insiders Tonight 5/3: Red Sox’s Mike Lowell Turns Back the Clock

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

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Fantasy Baseball Insiders Tonight 5/3: Red Sox’s Mike Lowell Turns Back the Clock

Game number 20 of 162 in the Fantasy Baseball Insiders Tonight summer-long journey featured a game that provided a whopping 25 runs on 32 hits between two struggling A.L. powerhouses… Game No. 20 – Anaheim Angels vs. Boston Red Sox Mike Lowell was the most productive hitter in Monday night’s slug fest, going 4-for-4 with three doubles, a walk, two runs and four RBI. In just his ninth start of the season, Lowell hit sixth as Boston’s DH while David Ortiz sat against Angels’ lefty Joe Saunders, who yielded seven runs on nine hits and four walks in four innings.

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