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4 Young Prospects Who Could Be Fantasy Baseball Stars In 2018

After the breakout season enjoyed by rookies Aaron Judge and Cody Bellinger, fantasy baseball general managers will be looking at the top prospects who can follow in those footsteps. That’s why we wanted to take a look at four top prospects who could make a potential leap like that in 2018 Ronald Acuna, CF, Atlanta […]

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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Sign Japanese Star Shohei Ohtani

On December 8th, Japanese star Shohei Ohtani finally decided where he would begin his career in Major League Baseball (MLB), when he signed with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. But given the highly publicized courtship of Ohtani, a big part of what the Angels will have to do in 2018 involves managing expectations for […]

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2017 Fantasy Recap: The Cincinnati Reds

The Cincinnati Reds have lost at least 90 games in three consecutive seasons for the first time since doing so in five straight years from 1930-1934. They continue to be in something of a perpetual rebuilding cycle, yet they ironically have to make several high-priced decisions in the offseason that looms ahead. Among those decisions […]

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2017 Fantasy Recap: Arizona Diamondbacks

The Arizona Diamondbacks went 11-8 against the Los Angeles Dodgers this season, the best record of any team. They led the majors in slugging percentage pct (.484), HRs (47), and extra-base hits (109) against pitches thrown 95 MPH or faster. However, none of that meant a thing when they played Los Angeles in the National […]

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2017 Fantasy Recap: Seattle Marriners

The Seattle Marriners haven’t reached the postseason since 2001, the longest active drought in the majors. They were a middle-of-the-pack team in both hitting and in pitching this year, with the latter likely being a result of their pitchers spending an MLB-high 1,114 combined days on the disabled list. To that end, the days of […]

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Fantasy Recap: 2017 Colorado Rockies

Despite an 11-8, one-and-done loss to Arizona Diamondbacks in the National League wild-card game, 2017 was a leap forward for the Colorado Rockies, who snapped a streak of six consecutive seasons of losing baseball during which they had averaged 92 losses. They finished with an 87-75 record, the third-best record in franchise history. General manager […]

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