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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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Fantasy Baseball Second Half Players to Watch

Posted by on Jul 21, 2012 in Fantasy Baseball Catchers, Fantasy Baseball Infielders, Fantasy Baseball Outfielders | 0 comments

These fantasy baseball players are poised for a strong second half and can help your club down the stretch. Bounce Back Players These players are simply too good to not have a better second half than their first half of the 2012 season.  Look to pick them up if they are available in your fantasy baseball league. Carlos Santana, C-1B, Indians — Carlos Santana belted 27 homeruns last year so having only 6 thus far in 2012 makes one think he’s going to have a big second half of the year in the power category. Eric Hosmer, 1B, Royals  — Sometimes, a move in the lineup can help and that’s exactly what Ned Yost has done by dropping Erik Hosmer from the 3 spot to 6th in the Royals lineup.  With 42 homers over the past two seasons, Hosmer...

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Grandal Pushing for PT as Pads’ Backstop

Posted by on Jun 2, 2012 in Fantasy Baseball Catchers, Fantasy Baseball Prospects | 0 comments

It’s time for interleague play and that means a need for an extra bat coming off the bench.  The Padres made a move on Friday in an effort to add some additional punch to its lineup by calling up Yasmani Grandal from Triple-A Tucson and designating veteran pitcher Jeff Suppan for assignment. The Cuban born Grandal was hitting .317 with a .421 on base percentage at Tucson.  Grandal had 4 homeruns and 23 RBI in 120 AB’s.  A switch hitter, Grandal appears to be much more comfortable swinging from the left side; all 4 of his dingers have come left-handed and he’s hitting .345 as a lefty versus just .242 as a righty. Grandal was one of the four prospects sent from the Reds in the December deal that sent Mat Latos to Cincinnati.  He was the #3 ranked...

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Bargain Basement Pickups

Posted by on Apr 28, 2012 in 2012 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Catchers, Fantasy Baseball Infielders, Fantasy Baseball Outfielders, Fantasy Baseball Starting Pitchers | 0 comments

Here’s some bargain basements pickups for National League teams.  These are guys that are likely available in deep NL-only leagues that show some promise (well at least a little) and might be worthy of a flyer on a free agent pickup.   Eric Young, Jr., OF, Colorado Rockies  — All Eric Young Jr. will do for you is steal bases, but he’s actually quite good at it.  He has 4 SB’s already this year and amassed 27 in just 77 games last year.   Chris Johnson, 3B, Houston Astros  — Johnson is starting every day for the Astros at third.  He doesn’t anything very well for fantasy, but he is hitting .273 on the year so he won’t hurt you at the plate if injury forces him into your lineup at the corner position.   Ruben Tejada, SS, New...

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44 Players To Target in Your 2012 Draft

Posted by on Mar 24, 2012 in 2012 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Catchers, Fantasy Baseball Infielders, Fantasy Baseball Outfielders, Fantasy Baseball Relief Pitchers, Fantasy Baseball Sleepers, Fantasy Baseball Starting Pitchers, Radio Shows | 6 comments

Value picks.  Fantasy baseball is all about buying low and getting value.  Getting players that exceed the typical expectations for that player. Here’s our list of players that we’ll be targeting in our 2012 fantasy baseball draft. HITTERS Pedro Alvarez, Third Base, Pittsburgh Pirates — After a great rookie season when Pedro Alvarez hit 25 homers and drove in 104, he suffered the proverbial sophomore slump and even a mid-season demotion finishing a dismal .201 on the year.  We look for a bounce back year from Alvarez. Elvis Andrus, Shortstop, Texas Rangers —  Elvis Andrus is just 23 and his defense won’t hurt you in fantasy baseball.  Won’t give you any power, but is a consistent 35+ stolen base guy who had a career top .279 average last year. Jason Bourgeois, Outfield, Kansas City Royals — If Jason Bourgeois...

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Top Fantasy Baseball Sleeper Picks 2012

Posted by on Mar 18, 2012 in 2012 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Catchers, Fantasy baseball designated hitters, Fantasy Baseball Infielders, Fantasy Baseball Outfielders, Fantasy Baseball Relief Pitchers, Fantasy Baseball Sleepers, Fantasy Baseball Starting Pitchers | 1 comment

Ballpark Bob Bentz gives his top sleeper picks at every position for the 2012 fantasy baseball season. Be sure to visit our Pinterest page on fantasy baseball sleepers and be sure to add your own favorite sleepers to our...

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