Posts Tagged ‘fantasy baseball risers and fallers’

Fantasy Baseballer Risers and Fallers (May. 3rd)

Monday, May 3rd, 2010
Barry Zito

Zito is finally earning his hefty paycheck.


Barry Zito, SF, SP, (Owned in 79% in standard Yahoo leagues)

For the first time since the Giants signed him to a blockbuster deal, (which was four years ago), Zito looks like the ace that they paid for. He is 3-0 in four starts thus far, with a 1.32 ERA, a 0.84 WHIP, and a .161 batting average against. Zito is yet to give up a single long ball all year. (more…)

Fantasy Baseball Risers and Fallers (April. 25th)

Sunday, April 25th, 2010

Jim Edmonds

Edmonds could be a sound addition to your roster.


Jose Guillen, KC, OF, (Owned in 75% of standard Yahoo leagues)

When you become a regular in the riser column, it shows you are putting up big numbers on a regular basis. Batting .377 with six homeruns, 13 RBI’s, and a 1.144 OPS, Jose Guillenhas done just that. He should be being played in all formats for the time being.

Colby Rasmus, STL, OF, (62%)

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: when you bat behind Albert Pujols and Matt Holiday, you will see a plethora of good pitches and will produce on a regular basis. (more…)

Fantasy Baseball Risers and Fallers (April. 18th)

Sunday, April 18th, 2010
Chris Young

Young should be owned in all leagues.

Different than our Waiver Wire or Sleepers articles, the Risers/Fallers fantasy piece takes a look at players on the rise in fantasy baseball, as well as notable names in baseball that are in decline (if just for the moment).

Check back every week for the top guys who are making a name for themselves, along with some of the house-hold names that are letting people down routinely in fantasy baseball leagues.

Read on for the top risers and fallers in MLB’s second week of action: (more…)