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2011 Fantasy Baseball Rankings: The Top 30 Starting Pitchers

Thursday, March 31, 2011

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2011 Fantasy Baseball Rankings: The Top 30 Starting Pitchers

There are many different effective strategies when it comes to drafting starting pitchers. Some will hoard the top talents in the year after the year of the pitcher, while others will rely on weekly spot-starts. Both approaches work, but I have employed a much different scheme in recent seasons: Ideally, you own just one or two reliable starters. They must maintain a consistently low ERA (preferably no higher than 3.50—3.75) and WHIP (Carl Pavano was a great example last year). Strikeouts aren't important...

2011 Fantasy Baseball Big Board, Nos. 91-100: Nick Markakis, Colby Rasmus, Curtis Granderson or Mike Stanton?

Sunday, March 20, 2011

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2011 Fantasy Baseball Big Board, Nos. 91-100: Nick Markakis, Colby Rasmus, Curtis Granderson or Mike Stanton?

Over the past few weeks, we’ve announced the top 90 players on our 2011 big board. Click on each player’s name for a more in-depth analysis, including 2011 projections!

2011 Fantasy Projections, No. 99: How Good Was Detroit Tigers’ Max Scherzer Last Season?

Sunday, March 20, 2011

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2011 Fantasy Projections, No. 99: How Good Was Detroit Tigers’ Max Scherzer Last Season?

Max Scherzer was relatively impressive with the Diamondbacks in 2009, his first full season as a big league starter. The former first-round pick posted a 4.12 ERA (3.81 FIP), 1.34 WHIP, 9.19 K/9, 3.33 BB/9 in 170 1/3 innings. Scherzer was then traded to Detroit the following offseason in the three-team Austin Jackson/Curtis Granderson deal. Scherzer’s got off to a rough start with the Tigers in 2010. Through his first eight starts, the right-hander owned a 7.28 ERA and a 1.67 WHIP. His strikeout rate (5.57) left much to be desired...

Fantasy Baseball Insiders Tonight 4/7: Rays’ Evan Longoria Goes Deep Again

Thursday, April 8, 2010

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Fantasy Baseball Insiders Tonight 4/7: Rays’ Evan Longoria Goes Deep Again

We’re just three days removed from Opening Day, yet Fantasy Baseball Insiders has already scored four games as part of our journey to watch 162. Wednesday featured the Giants/Astros matchup in Houston… Game No. 4 – San Francisco Giants vs. Houston Astros Edgar Renteria was the story of this game, going 5-for-5 with a walk, one run and two RBI. San Francisco’s shortstop is now 8-for-11 on the season. The 34-year-old hasn’t been fantasy-relevant since 2008 when he hit 12 HRs and stole 11 bases while batting .332 in 494 at-bats...

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