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Fake Teams | Oct 22nd, 5:00pm
Kazmir was a draft bargain in 2014 and went on to have a very good season, but next year he will not justify his draft slot. After missing all of the 2011 and 2012 seasons, Scott Kazmir resurfaced in 2013 as a Cleveland Indian and delivered a campaign that...
FanGraphs | Oct 21st, 6:15pm
Here’s my ballsiest, way-too-early, 2015 Fantasy Baseball Prediction: Trevor Cahill becomes a fantasy asset again at age 27: the magical-mystery-kind. For only the second time of his career last year, his FIP was sub-4.00, but his left-on-base rate...
Roto Rob | Oct 20th, 12:55am
With Tuukka Rask off to a shaky start, Svedberg has seen more action than expected, and he's been up to the challenge. Svedberg has been off the Fantasy radar until now, but he looked phenomenal in shutting out the Sabres Saturday -- in just his third career...
Rotoprofessor | Oct 17th, 11:45am
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Wily Peralta is a pitcher who clearly has upside, as demonstrated by the solid line he posted last season: 17 Wins 198.2 Innings 3.53 ERA 1.30 WHIP 154 Strikeouts (6.98 K/9) 61 Walks (2.76 BB/9) .295 BABIP There’s...
Fake Teams | Oct 15th, 12:23am
These players hit the ball hardest in 2014, and this player is a good target in your 2015 fantasy draft. Hard hit rate is an excellent stat to use to evaluate both hitters and pitchers because the harder a ball is hit, the more likely it results in strong...
Fake Teams | Oct 14th, 1:01pm
Mike Fiers turned in 71 dominant innings this season but it might have been nothing more than a hot streak from a mediocre pitcher. Can he continue that success over a full season? Can we count on him as a legit fantasy stud or will he fade back into oblivion? On...
Fake Teams | Oct 13th, 11:00am
Ray takes a look at our 2014 consensus starting pitcher rankings to see what we got right and what we got wrong in our rankings. Today I will look at our 2014 consensus starting pitcher rankings to see if I can learn from what we got right/wrong in our rankings...
Rotoprofessor | Oct 12th, 11:30am
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) The first season for Phil Hughes outside of New York and Yankee Stadium went about as well as anyone could’ve imagined: 16 Wins 209.2 Innings 3.52 ERA 1.13 WHIP 186 Strikeouts (7.98 K/9) 16 Walks (0.69 BB/9) .324...