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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…)

Fantasy Baseball | MLB 2011 Most Disappointing Players

Monday, May 9th, 2011

Carl Crawford has been a major disappointment so far in 2011

Do you sometimes wonder if we’re ever going to have a year where all our spring training projections just pan out the way that we envisioned? I don’t think so, the world just isn’t that perfect.  Welcome to the realm of fantasy sports, where pre-season breakout candidates plummet and waiver wire nobodies become crucial cogs to fantasy baseball playoff-bound teams.  And of course, that’s why they play the games.  Here is a list of my most disappointing players to date for the 2011 MLB fantasy baseball season.

OF, Carl Crawford | Boston Red Sox
What’s with all the outfielders on this list?  And what’s with Carl Crawford only hitting a mere .211?   (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…)