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Week 6 Hitting Cheat Sheet

Posted by on May 8, 2011 in 2011 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Rankings, Fantasy Baseball Tips | 0 comments

The idea behind the fantasy baseball cheat sheet for hitters is that each reader can get an idea of who the hottest hitters are at each position over the last 14 days. The players ranked below are also available in at least 25% of fantasy baseball leagues, according to Yahoo!. Therefore, if you have issues at a position listed below, you know you have at least a 1 in 4 chance of getting the top guy on each week. Have fun making your lineup adjustments accordingly. So, after some thoughtful consideration, we’ve put together a hitter cheat sheet for fantasy baseball 2011 – week 6. To help make your decision making even easier, we’ve included 5×5 statistical data over the past 14 days, too. Stats are updated through games on May 6. You will find our exclusive fantasy baseball...

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Who Is Eric Hosmer And Why Should You Care?

Posted by on May 6, 2011 in 2011 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Infielders, Fantasy Baseball Prospects, Fantasy Baseball Tips | 0 comments

The Kansas City Royals have one of the most talented core group of young players in the majors. All of those early round draft picks and trades of talented players for prospects may actually be paying off. On the heels of a 17-14 start, a great spring training campaign put together by Spring MVP Kila Kai’ahue, and the hot starts from Jeff Francoeur and Alex Gordon, the Royals are calling up top prospect Eric Hosmer from AAA Omaha. Hosmer will actually replace Kai’ahue on the Royals roster after hitting .439 with 3 home runs and 15 RBI in triple-A. At the beginning of the season, most people in fantasy circles (and MLB circles, honestly) expected the Royals to call up Mike Moustakas before any other prospect in their system. As you can tell from Hosner’s crazy numbers, however, his...

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Advice From The Fantasy Baseball King: May 4 Mailbag

Posted by on May 4, 2011 in 2011 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Tips | 1 comment

Editor’s Note: Gonna get right into the fantasy baseball advice this week with the Fantasy Baseball King – check out his blog for clomid for low testosterone great tips every day. To get your questions reviewed by the King and considered for upcoming editions of the Mailbag, please email fantasybaseballdugout [at] gmail [dot] com, Fantasy Baseball Question #1: Hey King, Love your insight and am looking for your opinion on my team. I drafted specifically to get top tier talent at the weaker positions and to load up on pitching. I feel that I was successful; however; injuries (Longoria, Utley, Mauer) have killed me so far as have a couple of pitchers who have not lived up to their potential (Liriano and Gallardo). This is your typical H2H yahoo league with two DL spots. The scoring categories are: R,...

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Week 5 Hitting Cheat Sheet

Posted by on Apr 30, 2011 in 2011 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Rankings, Fantasy Baseball Tips | 0 comments

A few years ago, we put together some cheat sheets each week that included rankings at each position of the top hitter over the past 7 days, 30 days, and full season. The idea was that each reader could get an idea of who was hot at each position every week in comparison to who the best was all season… and then they could make their lineup adjustments accordingly. Well, after looking over that cheat sheet… we realized that some things about it were useful… and other parts, not so much. So, after some thoughtful consideration, we’ve put together a hitter cheat sheet for fantasy baseball 2011 – week 5. Below you will find the top 3 rated hitters at each position over the last 14 days that are available in at least 25% of fantasy baseball leagues (according...

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Week 4 Hitting Cheat Sheet

Posted by on Apr 24, 2011 in 2011 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Rankings, Fantasy Baseball Tips | 1 comment

A few years ago, we put together some cheat sheets each week that included rankings at each position of the top hitter over the past 7 days, 30 days, and full season. The idea was that each reader could get an idea of who was hot at each position every week in comparison to who the best was all season… and then they could make their lineup adjustments accordingly. Well, after looking over that cheat sheet… we realized that some things about it were useful… and other parts, not so much. So, after some thoughtful consideration, we’ve put together a hitter cheat sheet for fantasy baseball 2011 – week 4. Below you will find the top 3 rated hitters at each position over the last 14 days that are available in at least 25% of fantasy baseball leagues (according...

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Advice from the Fantasy Baseball King: April 22 Mailbag

Posted by on Apr 22, 2011 in 2011 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Tips | 2 comments

Editor’s Note: Every week during the fantasy baseball season, Fantasy Baseball Dugout is proud to provide leading fantasy baseball advice from Brian Smith, aka the “Fantasy Baseball King.” You can find him freely giving advice on some of the leading fantasy baseball forums and on his blog, Fantasy Baseball King (a Blogspot blog). If you have any questions for the king or for the editors of Fantasy Baseball Dugout, please email fantasybaseballdugout [at] gmail [dot] com. Now, on to this week’s advice, starting with a comparison of Zach Britton and Michael Pineda. Fantasy Baseball Question 1: I’m in a standard Yahoo 12 team H2H, non-keeper league. Categories: R,HR,RBI,SB,AVG,W,S,SO,ERA,WHIP. Players I’m looking at picking up: C.Santana, A.Torres, Rayburn, Hughes, Matusz, Britton, Pineda. Anyone from this list I should try for? I have a waiver claim on Santana for Moreland. I’m...

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