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Fantasy Baseball 2012: Trade Deadline Analysis Part 2

Saturday, August 4th, 2012

Following up to the previous article I had written to cover the trade deadline; this will cover the rest of the fantasy notable trades that happened at or near the deadline. It was a rather light fantasy altering trade deadline, but there were a few changes as I noted in the previous article and these are the rest of the deals that may make a difference on your fantasy team.

ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS GET: 3B Chris Johnson

HOUSTON ASTROS GET: IF Bobby Borchering, OF Marc Krauss

Chris Johnson, 3B Arizona Diamondbacks

Chris Johnson is looking to make a bigger fantasy impact as a member of the Arizona Diamondbacks.

While this trade may not have set the real baseball world a fire or altered the odds of winning a World Series, there could be some hidden value in seasonal and weekly fantasy baseball. That value is in Diamondbacks new 3B Chris Johnson. (more…)

Fantasy Baseball Who’s Hot & Who’s Not | Curtis Granderson is on Fire

Tuesday, May 10th, 2011

Curtis Granderson's bat is on fire with 11 home runs already

A new week means new guys have the potential to land on the “Who’s Hot and Who’s Not” list.  The 2011 season has been an interesting one so far in fantasy baseball, and the players on the list below have helped contribute in making this season a good one (or a bad one for some…) so far.  Read below to see which players have been “Hot” and which players have been “Not” over the past week.

Fantasy Baseball Who’s Hot Week 5

Curtis Granderson, NYY OF
As a team, the Bronx Bombers have launched 54 home runs in 2011, thanks in large part to the bat of Curtis Granderson.  The slender outfielder has 11 home runs already and he shows no signs of slowing down.   (more…)

2011 Fantasy Baseball: Top 10 Closers

Monday, March 7th, 2011

He can't do it again, can he?

Preseason fantasy baseball position rankings wrap up here at FBS with the Top-10 Closers list. We have already listed fantasy baseball catchers, second basemen and outfielders, so now we finish, fittingly, with the closers. Here are my early spring training rankings for the RP position.

Please Note: Stats are listed as: Wins, ERA, Saves/Opportunities, Strikeouts, WHIP and IP for the 2010 season. The player’s age at the start of the 2011 season is next to his team’s name.

No. 1) Mariano Rivera – New York Yankees (41) (more…)