Posts Tagged ‘Jed Lowrie’

2012 Fantasy Baseball: Professor Buzz Kill

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012
Is Jeter's buzz about to flat-line?

Is Jeter's buzz about to flat-line?

We’ve all been there. Good times, good friends, but for whatever reason it all has to come to an end. Maybe the booze ran out. Maybe the cops show up. Maybe an ex shows up. However it happens, it signifies the end of what was perceived by all to be a good thing.

That is what I’m about to do – kill the buzz on fantasy baseball players who are performing at such a high level that they can’t maintain and should fall back to Earth sometime within the next few weeks.

If you feel like riding the hot streak, fine. If you feel like trading the player away, fine. I don’t care what you do with them, but here are some players with a buzz that is soon to flat-line. (more…)

Fantasy Baseball Sleepers | Travis Hafner Once Again a Must Own & Must Start Fantasy Player

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011
Travis Hafner

Travis Hafner is back to his old self and needs to be on your fantasy team.

As scrutinized as the first couple of weeks of the fantasy baseball season are. There are still some solid players that are playing above expectations that go unnoticed. Some of them are old hats that have made a strong comeback, while others are just rising to the occasion for the first time. Each fantasy baseball team has different needs and some of these players can fill those needs for their potential owners.

Travis Hafner – UT/DH – Cleveland Indians
Hafner has been zeroed in all season and looks like the old Pronk that we all used to know and love. While he may not keep this up the entire season you cannot ignore his .348/.395/.580 slash line so far. (more…)

Fantasy Baseball Who’s Hot & Who’s Not Week 3 | Jed Lowrie Making Early Season Noise

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011
Jed Lowrie

Jed Lowrie has been on fire for the beginning of the 2011 fantasy baseball season.

Some players get “Hot,” and some players get “Not.”  That’s just the way it is.  The 2011 season is three weeks in right now, and already we have some guys who are on top of their game, and then we have some who simply aren’t.  Check out the list below to see which players are helping (or hurting) their teams thus far for the 2011 fantasy baseball season.

Fantasy Baseball Who’s Hot Week 3

Jed Lowrie, BOS SS – As a team, the Red Sox have been hot of late.  However, nobody has been hotter at the dish than shortstop Jed Lowrie.   (more…)

2011 Fantasy Baseball: American League East Preview

Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011

The AL East is loaded with talent...as always.

When talking baseball, the discussion often starts and ends with the American League East, winners of nine of the last 18 World Series. Throw in what some call the greatest rivalry in sports, and the AL East is an incredibly dynamic division. On one hand the division is filled with enough talent to fill an All-Star fantasy roster. On the other hand, the fans of the division can be very prideful, to a fault. So if you’re in a league with a Red Sox or Yankee fan, know that those players are likely to go way to early. With that in mind, here’s the AL East preview. (more…)