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Baseball Players I’d Like to Hire

Posted by on Mar 12, 2013 in Baseball | 0 comments

Success on the Ball Field and the Boardroom If you run a small business, you probably do a lot of thinking about who you’d like to have on your team.  And, if your like me, you both run a small business and you play in a small fantasy baseball league.  So, during those late nights with your face to the grindstone, it can’t help but get confusing as to which one you are working on. That’s why Fantasy Baseball Dugout is proud to introduce its first ever All Small Business Baseball Team with the players that I’d most like to have working at my business. Here goes: C – Yadier Molina, St. Louis Cardinals – Every business needs somebody to do the dirty work and catcher is the position with the most dirty work.  Molina could collect on the...

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KC Royals Outlook for Next Season

Posted by on Oct 31, 2012 in Baseball | 0 comments

The baseball season is nearly over and the Kansas City Royals didn’t really accomplish much for the 2012 season. Their record wasn’t that impressive and they didn’t make the playoffs. However, they could be in the picture next year with all the young talented players they already have and can develop throughout the off-season. An example of what baseball fans could see next year comes in the form of the Oakland Athletics. Both of these teams are very similar as smaller markets plague them. It’s hard to compete in the MLB without a large payroll, but the Athletics proved it’s possible to compete without a large payroll, such as the one of the Texas Rangers or New York Yankees. Going into the 2012 season, Oakland was predicted to finish as one of the worst teams, but won the American League West...

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Seeing Your Fantasy Baseball Stars Live on the Biggest Stage

Posted by on Oct 24, 2012 in Baseball | 0 comments

Playing fantasy baseball is one of the most enjoyable activities out there for sports fans. If you like fantasy sports, there are no more involved fantasy games available than fantasy baseball. Once you’ve been through an entire season rooting for your fantasy players, you start to develop relationships with them. You want them to do well and succeed no matter what they’re doing. When the playoffs arrive, going to see them in person can be a pretty exciting experience. Baseball Playoffs During the playoffs, your regular fantasy season will probably be over. Most fantasy baseball leagues are setup to finish at the end of the regular season. That’s because only a few teams actually make the playoffs, while the rest of the teams are done for the year. That eliminates the majority of players who would be available to...

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Dopplegangers: Raul Ibanez

Posted by on Oct 24, 2012 in Baseball | 0 comments

New York Yankees post-season hero, Raul Ibanez,  looks like Vin Armani of HBO’s Gigolos series.  You can check out some of our other look-alikes...

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Cubs vs. Cardinals: The Real Top Rivalry in Baseball [Guest Post]

Posted by on Sep 21, 2012 in Baseball | 0 comments

Who cares about the Yankees versus the Red Sox? The rivalry between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Chicago Cubs extends back at least 100 years. Here are some reasons why baseball’s top rivalry isn’t on the East or West coast, it is smack dab in the heart of America. Historic franchises The Cardinals and Cubs, in one form or another, have been around since as far back as the 1870s. The Cubs currently hold a slight edge in the history of this series that includes over 2,000 total games. They have now been joined for many years as division rivals, practically down the street from one another. Route 66/I-55 Touted each year as the Route 66 or I-55 Series, the Cardinals and Cubs are separated by a mere 300 miles. Fans of each team flock to the other’s...

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Breaking Down The 4 Bobbleheads On Dwight Schrute’s Desk

Posted by on Sep 19, 2012 in Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Catchers, Fantasy Baseball Infielders | 0 comments

The season premiere of the final season of “The Office” is scheduled to air tomorrow night, 9pm EST. Dwight Schrute’s desk on “The Office” features four bobbleheads – one self-serving, two Philadelphia Phillies, and one college basketball legend. We know you’re just dying to know what they are. Learn everything there is to know about the bobbleheads on Dwight’s desk AFTER the jump…  Dwight Schrute Desk Bobblehead No. 1: Dwight Schrute One of them is the Dwight Schrute bobble head, which was a gift from Angela Martin, whom he had a relationship in season two of the series. It depicts the character in a coat and tie with eyeglasses and the usual parted hair in the middle. Anyone who knows, and perhaps likes the character, would find it a good addition to his or her table. The bobble head...

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