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Week 9 MLB Power Rankings

Posted by on Jun 7, 2010 in Baseball News, Baseball Power Rankings | 0 comments

Fantasy Baseball Dugout is proud to have one of the six voting spots in Yardbarker’s Blogger Poll for MLB Power Rankings 2010. In addition to providing our insight on ranking each MLB team 1-30, we also monitor the NL East each week and drop a little insight on each team. See below for our rankings for MLB Week 9. The Phillies continue their descent down the rankings as they continue to lack any power in the lineup. De Rays remain at no. 1, Da Yanks stay at no. 2, and the Duh Twins are again no. 3. The biggest movers of the week are the Braves (up 7) and the Angels (up 8 spots) as each team has gone on impressive win streaks over their last 10 games. Below, in ( ), you will find our week 8 power...

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Week 10 Two Start Pitchers

Posted by on Jun 5, 2010 in Fantasy Baseball Starting Pitchers | 0 comments

Are you two-start pitcher streaming? If not, you’re likely missing out on a great opportunity to increase your weekly strikeout total, win total, log more innings pitched, and potentially lower your team ERA and WHIP in head to head leagues that allow daily lineup changes. Some leagues don’t allow such activity by limiting the number of player adds you can make each week. However, if you can find a loophole in your league settings and add/drop pitchers all season long – you’re going to have a great chance to win the whole thing come September! For the third consecutive season, we will be tracking two start pitchers to make sure you always win your pitching categories. That way, if Tim Lincecum continues to need to work on his mechanics deep into the month of July – you’re not screwed....

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2010 Fantasy Baseball Sleeper List: End of Spring Training

Posted by on Apr 1, 2010 in Fantasy Baseball Sleepers | 2 comments

As MLB clubs wind up Spring Training 2010, several players have positioned themselves as 2010 sleepers for your upcoming fantasy baseball draft. David Wright, Mets, 3B —  He’s an all star so he’s not your typical sleeper pick, but he’s coming off of a horrible season for power.  Many think that Citi Field hurt Wright’s power numbers last year, but we think it’s just a blip of a year for Wright.  After seeing his power production drop to just 10 home runs last year after hitting 33 and 30 the previous two seasons, David Wright has gone yard 5 times already during Spring Training.  Wright lost a month and a half of the 2009 season after taking a fastball to the melon, but he looks ready for 2010. Roy Oswalt, Astros, SP — If you remember the Roy Oswalt...

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Week 3 Spring Training Cheat Sheet

Posted by on Mar 27, 2010 in Fantasy Baseball Rankings, Fantasy Baseball Tips | 0 comments

Below is our third review of the top three hitters and pitchers in each standard 5×5 fantasy baseball category during 2010 Spring Training. Judging a hitter or pitcher on Spring Training performance is difficult because both hitters and hurlers tend to face some competition that won’t make an Opening Day roster. Spring Training stats can be useful in discovering who might breakout in the upcoming season or which rookies can make an impact when they are called up later in the year. In the case of sluggers like Mark Teixeira, Spring Training numbers just reinforce the notion that they are warm weather superstars – guys who dominate during the summer months and are notorious slow starters because they play in a four-season climate. Any thoughts on how spring training can positively or negatively affect a players fantasy value? We...

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Week 2 Spring Training Cheat Sheet

Posted by on Mar 19, 2010 in Fantasy Baseball Rankings, Fantasy Baseball Tips | 0 comments

Below is our second review of the top three hitters and pitchers in each standard 5×5 fantasy baseball category during 2010 Spring Training. Judging a hitter or pitcher on Spring Training performance is difficult because both hitters and hurlers tend to face some competition that won’t make an Opening Day roster. Spring Training stats can be useful in discovering who might breakout in the upcoming season or which rookies can make an impact when they are called up later in the year. In the case of sluggers like Ryan Howard, Spring Training numbers just reinforce the notion that they are warm weather superstars – guys who dominate during the summer months and are notorious slow starters because they play in a four-season climate. Any thoughts on how spring training can positively or negatively affect a players fantasy value? We...

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