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ESPN | Jul 24th, 7:38pm
Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo delivered for a cancer patient, hitting two home runs.
Baseball Professor | Jul 24th, 9:00am
Adam and Bryan talk about whether Anthony Rizzo can be considered a top first baseman and other news around the fantasy world.
news | Jul 23rd, 11:18pm
When Anthony Rizzo crossed home plate after hitting his 24th, and then his 25th home run, he touched his fingers to his lips and then pointed to the sky. It was a message to a 22-year-old cancer patient whom the Cubs first baseman had met earlier in the day.
KFFL | Jul 23rd, 12:23pm
Chicago Cubs 1B Anthony Rizzo hit two home runs Tuesday, July 22.
Rotoworld | Jul 23rd, 3:01am
Anthony Rizzo continued his hot hitting on Tuesday, blasting two home runs in the Cubs' 6-0 win over the Padres.
ESPN | Jul 22nd, 2:16pm
Tristan H. Cockcroft discusses how hitters can improve or regress against their weaker side, and what that means for future fantasy value.
FanGraphs | Jul 22nd, 2:15pm
So, last weekend we got our first taste of DraftKings. The results – mine, anyways – were kind of meh. Anthony Rizzo (Friday) and Paul Goldschmidt (Saturday) were easily my best picks of the weekend, combining to hit three home runs while reaching base in seven of their eleven plate appearances. The pitchers I recommended […]
news | Jul 21st, 8:16pm
Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo came out of the All-Star Break on a tear, and he has been named the National League Player of the Week for his efforts in the first series of the second half.
news | Jul 21st, 1:26am
Anthony Rizzo made a tremendous catch of Aaron Hill's popup during Sunday's 3-2 loss to the D-backs, but it may have been better for the Cubs if he didn't.
KFFL | Jul 19th, 9:51am
Chicago Cubs 1B Anthony Rizzo hit two home runs Friday, July 18, to tie Miami ...
The Fantasy Fix | Jun 30th, 9:13pm
He's seeing more pitches, and the 24-year old first baseman is taking advantage. His 2014 slash line of .278/.400/.506 is what you get from a top-5 fantasy first baseman, and the 15 home runs to date are a 30+ pace and as we've seen, are supported by his elite power and new patient approach at the plate. Suddenly the Cubs have something to be excited about, and he's already on the team. - Ryan Noonan
Roto Professor | Jun 29th, 4:12am
Rizzo went 3 - 4 at the plate last night, his third time in four games getting multiple hits and his third time in eight games getting three hits. Rizzo is 14 for his last 32 at the plate and despite playing for the Cubs he is racking up the numbers. Rizzo has eight runs scored and six runs batted in through his last eight games. - Will Overton