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Cast Your Vote For 2009’s Hottest Wife In Baseball

Posted by on Jul 15, 2009 in Hottest Baseball Wives | 0 comments

Fantasy baseball tips and advice provider Fantasy Baseball Dugout announced the kickoff of its second annual contest to determine the hottest wife in Major League Baseball, an online and text message poll starting July 15 and running through August 31. Baseball’s Hottest Wives Finalists Anna Benson, wife of Texas Rangers pitcher Kris Benson Karen Burnett, wife of New York Yankees pitcher A.J. Burnett Lisa Dergan, wife of Chicago White Sox outfielder Scott Podsednik Heidi DeRosa, 2008 winner and wife of St. Louis Cardinals infielder Mark DeRosa Ashley Eckstein, wife of San Diego Padres infielder David Eckstein Heidi Hamels, wife of Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels Jamie Kotsay, wife of Boston Red Sox outfielder Mark Kotsay Misty May-Treanor, wife of Detroit Tigers catcher Matt Treanor Yuka Okajima, wife of Red Sox pitcher Hideki Okajima Laura Posada, wife of Yankees catcher...

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Georgia Producing Rich Crop of Fantasy Baseball Players

Posted by on Jun 15, 2009 in Fantasy Baseball Catchers, Fantasy Baseball Prospects, Fantasy Baseball Starting Pitchers | 0 comments

Georgia just may be the new California.  Or Texas.  Or Florida. In the last few weeks, we’ve seen a lot of highly touted rookies arrive in the majors and savvy fantasy baseball league managers have been picking up these Georgia peaches.  Here’s a look at some of the best first year players from the Peach State. Matt Wieters, Orioles, catcher (Georgia Tech) — Its been a dozen years since the once proud Orioles franchise had a winning season and Camden Yards is no longer a novelty.  It’s no surprise then that the Orioles couldn’t wait any longer for catching prospect Matt Wieters after only 10,030 turned out for their May 26 contest.  Also, no surprise that the Orioles attendance increased by 15,000 fans for Wieters first game. Despite a slow start in his first two series, Wieters’ bat is...

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Orioles Rebuilding with Prospects

Posted by on Jun 3, 2009 in Fantasy Baseball Outfielders, Fantasy Baseball Prospects, Fantasy Baseball Tips | 1 comment

Most of the attention in Baltimore the past week has concerned the call-up of catcher Matt Wieters and rightfully so.  He’s the biggest catching prospect in many years. But, there’s another player helping to turn around the once proud franchise in Baltimore and his name is Nolan Reimold. Reimold was called up to the Majors on May 13 when Luke Scott went down with an injury.  With Norfolk this year, Reimold hit .394 with 9/27/1.  Last year, at Bowie, he was a solid .284/25/84/7.  The only knock on Reimold has been he’s had injuries each of the past three seasons, including a painful oblique injury. Since coming up, Reimold has been playing almost every day.  In 63 AB, he has 5 homers and 11 RBI, and is hitting .286.  Felix Pie, acquired from the Cubs in the off-season, was...

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Zaun’s Struggles Won’t Affect Wieters Call-Up

Posted by on May 3, 2009 in Baseball News, Fantasy Baseball Catchers | 0 comments

How much longer can the Orioles wait for catching prospect Matt Wieters? Aging Gregg Zaun has been a disaster offensively to start the season.  Zaun was hitless in his first 12 at bats to start the season and has not done much better since.  He’s hitting .129 for the year while going a putrid 8 for 62 with 0 homeruns and a whopping 1 RBI.  Backup Chadd Moeller has been a little better.  Moeller is hitting .292, but has only played in 7 games with 24 AB’s.  Moeller has 1 HR and has matched Zaun’s RBI output with 1.  So, 2 RBI from the Orioles catchers this season in the first month! Trembley: Zaun Will Improve “I think for a guy who has played as long as Zaun has, you’ve got to look at the track record and see...

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2009 MLB Award And Standings Predictions

Posted by on Apr 6, 2009 in Baseball News, Fantasy Baseball Rankings, Fantasy Baseball Tips | 3 comments

It’s Opening Day – one of our favorite days of the year at Fantasy Baseball Dugout! Because every team has a chance today – even the Orioles and Pirates! We figured now is the best time to throw out those 2009 regular season predictions and knock a bunch of those teams back down to earth. Last season, like many other intelligent prognosticators, I picked the Detroit Tigers to dominate the league. We all know how that worked out. This year, I promise they won’t show up quite as often. Because this is a fantasy baseball site, I will also make sure to throw in some fantasy baseball predictions based on ADP statistics from Mock Draft Central. Aren’t you glad I’m going to tell you who the best and worst draft picks are on April 6, even though you’re going...

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