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Fantasy Baseball Rankings: Revisiting My 2011 Top 10 Rookie Predictions

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

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Fantasy Baseball Rankings: Revisiting My 2011 Top 10 Rookie Predictions

In March I predicted the top 10 rookies of 2011 in terms of fantasy value. Now that the season is over, lets review my rankings...

2011 Fantasy Baseball Prospect Report: Kansas City Royals’ Mike Moustakas

Friday, June 10, 2011

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2011 Fantasy Baseball Prospect Report: Kansas City Royals’ Mike Moustakas

In one of the most anticipated roster moves of the 2011 season, the Kansas City Royals have promoted third base prospect Mike Moustakas from Triple-A. He is expected to make his major league debut Friday night at Anaheim. Moustakas ranked as the No. 9 prospect according to Baseball America prior to the 2011 season, one spot behind teammate Eric Hosmer, and several spots ahead of productive rookies Michael Pineda (16), Freddie Freeman (17), Zach Britton (28), Danny Espinosa (66) and Craig Kimbrel (86)...

Fantasy Baseball Rankings: The Top 10 Rookies in 2011

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

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Fantasy Baseball Rankings: The Top 10 Rookies in 2011

While several young prospects are anxious to help your fantasy team this season, only a select few will begin the year on a big league roster. This makes this list difficult to project. Fortunately, I have it covered. Just remember this: While these up-and-coming stars can be exciting to own, they’re not going to carry your team to fantasy stardom. Their true value is multiplied in dynasty and keeper formats...

2011 Fantasy Baseball Rankings: The Top 15 Third Basemen

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

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2011 Fantasy Baseball Rankings: The Top 15 Third Basemen

Third base has become surprisingly thin in recent seasons. While the elite players (Wright, Longoria and perhaps even Rodriguez, Youkilis and Zimmerman) offer fantastic production, the rest of the group offers nothing but questions. Kevin Youkilis doesn’t have third base eligibility yet, but he’s worth the wait. After a week or two (depending on what site you play on), he’s the fourth-best player at the position. Expected bounce-back seasons from Aramis Ramirez, Mark Reynolds and Pablo Sandoval could lend some depth to the hot corner by season’s end. An emerging Pedro Alvarez won’t hurt, either...

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