Posts Tagged ‘2010 Baseball’

Positional Power Rankings (August 9th)

Monday, August 9th, 2010

McCann remains the best Catcher in the NL.

As the baseball season continues, so do the Positional Power Rankings. In some positions things are starting to unfold like they were predicted, while some other positions have some new faces in the mix. So take a look at these names below to see exactly what the perfect fantasy team looks like and dominate your game.

Catcher

1(1) Joe Mauer, MIN: Mauer is proving to be the best catcher option outright with yet another solid week. (3 R, 6 RBI, .474 AVG) (more…)

Top 10 Starting Pitchers (August 9th)

Sunday, August 8th, 2010

Another season, another new jersey for the crafty lefty.

Let’s face it: some pitchers just aren’t the same after the All-Star break. Whether it’s the brief hiatus from the game or simply a mental funk, some of the most dominant guys in the first half just won’t be the same in the second. Having said that, let’s take a look at some pitchers that could really help your squad and may very well be realistic fits on your team. (more…)

Top 5 Fantasy Matchups (August 7th)

Saturday, August 7th, 2010

Tabata has been brilliant for the Pirates.

Does your squad need an added boost? Looking for a potential gem among some of the bigger names? Check out this week’s Top 5 matchups piece as we highlight those names that the other guys may leave behind. Show off your savvy to other owners by being the first to pick up on these hot hitters.

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Top 5 Fantasy Sleepers (August 7th)

Saturday, August 7th, 2010

Despite a down year, Braun can explode at any moment.

Sometimes the best sleeper is the one right in front of you. Just because a player had a bad week doesn’t grant them a benching the next. Sometimes a sleeper could be a great player that is returning from the DL. There are many ways to look at sleepers. However, it always comes down to one detail: Who do you think will be the best play for your team? (more…)

Closer Report (August 5th)

Thursday, August 5th, 2010

Hanrahan is the new man in Pittsburgh.

Since our last report there have been some changes in the bullpen for a few teams. One of the season’s best closers has moved on, some have been relegated to setup men, and there are even a few fresh faces closing out games. Are those dominant closers still dominant with their new teams? How are the new setup men affecting their closers?

There is only one way to find out, by reading this week’s Closer Report! Check and see how your closer matched up this week. Don’t let your fantasy team slip by continuing to start Octavio Dotel, when you should’ve dropped him for Joel Hanrahan. (more…)