Posts Tagged ‘Fantasy Baseball Report’

Fantasy Baseball: Pitchers’ Report

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

Fantasy Baseball owners should expect improvement from Garza.

Now that the baseball season is almost a month old, we have enough innings to examine the BABIPs of some of the starting pitchers out there and see if those numbers can tell us anything. Admittedly, we’re still laboring under very small sample sizes with most of them, but the data should help us sort out who’s been very lucky or unlucky and who’s going to improve or backslide as the season progresses.

It’s never too early to think about trading for a pitcher who’s under-performing and has been giving his owner headaches or — conversely — getting as much in return as you possibly can from a pitcher who’s pitching well over his head. (more…)

Top 5 Fantasy Baseball Matchups: World Series (October 27th)

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010

Will Hamilton win three MVP awards?

The final hurrah.

With the World Series set to start on Wednesday, this is the last chance to play fantasy baseball until next season. With a six-month layoff on the horizon, owners should do everything they can to make sure that you’re rolling with the ideal fantasy baseball players from both Texas & San Francisco.

Hitters

1.Josh Hamilton, OF Texas

Arguably this year’s AL MVP, Hamilton absolutely crushed the Yankees in the ALCS and was an integral part of Texas advancing to the World Series. (more…)

Top 5 Fantasy Matchups: AL & NL Championship Series (October 14th)

Thursday, October 14th, 2010

Posey is the favorite for NL Rookie of the Year.

With just four teams remaining in the postseason, the pickings are getting slimmer. However, we at FBS don’t believe in sacrificing quality just because of a decrease in quantity, so we work hard to ensure you’re assembling the best fantasy baseball roster possible.

Hitters

1.Buster Posey, C SF

Despite this being his first major league season, Posey is showing no signs of slowing down thus far in the postseason. In the first round series against the Braves, Posey hit .375 and was constantly in the middle of the action. (more…)

Fantasy Baseball Advice: Playoff Edition (October 10th)

Sunday, October 10th, 2010

Hughes has been lights out for the Yanks this season.

As we approach the second week of the fantasy baseball playoffs and the second round of the playoff games, it’s critical to take note of those players who are white-hot and how they can help your fantasy baseball lineup from here on out.

Phil Hughes, SP NYY: Hughes was simply masterful on Saturday night while putting the Twins out of their misery. (more…)

Closer Report: Regular Season

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

Wagner finished his last regular season (supposedly) better than any other!

The season is in the books and some of us are cheering and others steaming over our final standings in our fantasy baseball leagues. It’s never too early to get ready for next season’s draft, however, so check out our final Closer Report for the entire 2010 season.

The list you see below is only a list of closers that had a minimum of 25 save opportunities, sorry Hong Chih-Kuo fans!

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Billy Wagner (Braves): Wagner has been one of the most productive and consistent closers in fantasy baseball. I say fantasy baseball because Wagner found himself with the second most blown saves in baseball. Wagner is the season’s (more…)