Posts Tagged ‘joe nathan’

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 Sleepers: Matt Capps Steps into Closer’s Role

Tuesday, April 19th, 2011

Capps is a very nice add in all fantasy formats.

Closer situations are the story in fantasy baseball this week. Some pens are struggling, others are fighting injuries and some are getting healthy. Saves is one of the most unpredictable categories in fantasy baseball because of all the variables that occur. Here are some players that are looking at more save opportunities coming up in the future and should be an asset in your fantasy baseball lineup.

Matt Capps – RP – Minnesota Twins

Joe Nathan has pitched his way right out of the closers jobs in Minnesota. They have decided to use him in less pressure situations until he is back to his old self. (more…)