Here are my updated 2014 Fantasy Baseball First Base Rankings. Until Miguel Cabrera gains eligibility, this is Paul Goldchmidt’s position and everyone else is trying to keep pace. Chris Davis’ Full Article »
What more can be said about Miguel Cabrera after his .348-103-44-137-3 seasons? If Chris Davis (53 HRs, 138 RBI) didn't have his breakout season we'd be talking about a back-to-back Triple Crown winner. Cabrera?s career average is a .321-97-33-115-3 line. -
With Opening Day just weeks away, baseball fans everywhere are preparing themselves for the sweet smell of freshly cut grass, and mouthwatering Ball Park hot dogs. Year after year, it continues to amaze me how long the grueling offseason seems. While studs like Miguel Cabrera and Andrew McCutchen celebrated their well-deserved MVP awards, the players […]The post Fantasy Baseball Bounce-Back...
Michael Pineda chuckled and flashed a wide grin as his mind replayed those last three pitches of the evening: the sharp, biting sliders that zipped past Miguel Cabrera, the two-time reigning American League Most Valuable Player Award winner.
There's not much to offer in terms of fantasy analysis on Miguel Cabrera. He's amazing. He will provide elite production in all major categories, aside from stolen bases. The other thing to love about Miggy is that he's accumulated at least 600 plate appearances in 10-consecutive seasons. He's as close to a sure thing as one can get in fantasy baseball. - J.P. Breen