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Top 9 Fantasy Baseball Sleepers: Shortstops

Posted by on Feb 4, 2012 in 2012 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Infielders, Fantasy Baseball Sleepers | 0 comments

Shortstop is no longer a position where the 3 R’s (Reyes, Rollins, Ramirez) dominate as Troy Tulowitzki is the clear top pick today and perhaps the top pick in the game.  But, if you look closely, you will be able to find some diamonds in the rough at the shortstop position. Here are our 2012 fantasy baseball sleepers at the shortstop position. 1.  Dee Gordon, Los Angeles Dodgers — Stolen bases are over-rated in the fantasy game when compared to the real game of baseball.  And, Dee Gordon, son of ex-Major League reliever Flash Gordon, will light up the stolen base charts in 2012.  In just 224 at bats and 56 games last year, Gordon swiped 24 bases and was caught on 7 occasions.  If he plays in 156 games instead of 56 in 2012, that projects to 67...

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Top Fantasy Baseball Second Baseman Sleepers for 2012

Posted by on Jan 28, 2012 in 2012 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Infielders, Hottest Baseball Wives, Radio Shows | 0 comments

BallparkBob analyzes the top 2012 sleepers at the second base position.  His #1 pick for fantasy baseball sleeper is a guy that you don’t often think of as a second baseman — Michael Cuddyer.  Also, insight into Jason Kipnis, Jose Altuve, and others who should have a good return on investment at second...

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2012 Fantasy Baseball Sleepers: Second Base

Posted by on Jan 28, 2012 in 2012 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Infielders, Fantasy Baseball Sleepers | 0 comments

In our continuing analysis of your 2012 fantasy baseball draft, we look at the fantasy baseball sleepers at the second base position for the 2012 fantasy baseball draft. Second base, along with catcher, is the position many managers look for when it comes to position scarcity, meaning that there’s less good ones available.  Hence, players like Ian Kinsler and Robinson Cano have increased value in your fantasy baseball draft.  But, if you have to draft a second baseman deep in the rounds, here are some guys they just may turn out to be keystone gems. 1.  Michael Cuddyer, Colorado Rockies — When most baseball fans think of Michael Cuddyer, they don’t think about a second baseman, but Cuddyer, depending on your league’s rules, may be just that.  Hence, his value in moving to hitter friendly Coors Field is increased...

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KEYSTONE KINGS: Baseball’s Best Second Basemen

Posted by on Jan 23, 2012 in 2012 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Infielders | 2 comments

Today’s guest author is Jeremy Wolf of The Wolf’s Den. Jeremy is a left-handed hitter on the Chaparrel High School baseball team in baseball rich Scottsdale, Arizona.  Jeremy hopes to play baseball in college and eventually be a general manager of an MLB team (he sounds perfect for fantasy baseball, doesn’t he?).  He claims that MLB Network is the “best thing that ever happened to me.”  I agree Jeremy.  Not sure my wife would though. If you’d like to be a guest author for Fantasy Baseball Dugout, and see your article on the first page of Google, go to our About Us section and submit your article there.  We are always looking for great content to get out to our readers. The Leagues Best 2nd Baseman The second base position is evolving. You have to be able to hit...

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Yu Darvish is 15th Best Starting Pitcher | Ike Davis Top First Base Sleeper

Posted by on Jan 21, 2012 in Fantasy Baseball Infielders, Fantasy Baseball Sleepers, Fantasy Baseball Starting Pitchers, Radio Shows | 2 comments

Fantasy Baseball Dugout talks fantasy baseball and lingerie football on the Spadora on Sports radio show today. BallparkBob reviews the fantasy baseball projections for Yu Darvish and posts him as the 15th best starting pitcher in your fantasy baseball draft in 2012. Bob also reviews his projections for 2012 fantasy baseball sleepers at the first base...

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Top 13 First Baseman Sleepers 2012

Posted by on Jan 20, 2012 in 2012 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Infielders, Fantasy Baseball Sleepers | 0 comments

First base delivers a lot of pop in fantasy baseball.  Look for these guys to add great value and return on your investment when you draft first basemen in your 2012 fantasy baseball draft.  There are some solid sleepers at the first base position in 2012 so you may want to wait until wait in your draft to pick up these guys if you can’t land one of the top tier guys. 1.  Ike Davis, New York Mets — Mets first baseman Ike Davis finished an injury plagued 2011 season with seven homers, 25 RBIs, 20 runs scored and .302 batting average in just 149 at bats.  That’s coming off of a rookie season in 2010 where he smacked 19 homers and 71 RBI.  Davis didn’t play after May 10 last year due to an ankle injury and then a...

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