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Lucas Babits-Feinerman

Lucas Babits-Feinerman

MLB Correspondent

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NYC. Yankees fanatic. Knicks. Fantasy pros correspondent. Baseball nerd.


Articles From Lucas
Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Fernando Tatis Jr., Cody Bellinger, Ketel Marte (2021) photo
The baseball community suffered a big blow on Monday when Fernando Tatis Jr. injured his left shoulder. Love him or hate him, he's one ...
Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Ke'Bryan Hayes, Tim Anderson, Josh Donaldson (2021) photo
We're in the second week of the season, and injuries are already starting to pile up. Let's get you filled in on all roster ...
Injury Roundup (2021 Fantasy Baseball) photo
Draft season is winding down, and we're less than a week away from Opening Day. There have been many injuries in the past week, ...
All-Undrafted Team (2021 Fantasy Baseball) photo
I thought it might be a fun exercise to see what kind of team I could put together with players who were going undrafted ...
Players to Target in AL-Only Leagues (2021 Fantasy Baseball) photo
AL-Only is one of the more challenging fantasy baseball formats in the game right now. The player pool is shallower, so fantasy managers need ...
Teams + Players to Target for Stolen Bases (2021 Fantasy Baseball) photo
Stolen base attempts were down year-over-year from 3,412 in 2018 to 3,112 in 2019 and 3,016 (adjusted for a full season) in 2020. They ...
Players with ZEILE Projections Better or Worse Than Their Draft Position (2021 Fantasy Baseball) photo
Zeile rankings at FantasyPros are an average of 12 different projection systems. By using a composite of projections, we eliminate outliers and create a condensed ...
Players to Target for Runs (2021 Fantasy Baseball) photo
In my most recent article, I laid out a formula for estimating what production you need to stay competitive in any statistical category. Please, take ...
Latest News From Lucas
Alex Wells gets his third loss photo
Alex Wells allowed five runs on seven hits, one walk, and three strikeouts in four innings. The Orioles lost 7-2 to the Yankees Tuesday and are 46-98 this season.
1 day ago
Javier Baez hits his 31st home run but the Mets lose photo
Javier Baez went 2-for-2 with three walks, two RBIs, one run, and one home run. The Mets lost 7-6 in extras and are 72-74 this season.
1 day ago
Marcus Stroman gets a quality start in Mets loss photo
Marcus Stroman allowed two runs on four hits, one walk, and eight strikeouts in six innings pitched. The Mets lost 7-6 in 11 innings Tuesday, but Stroman was in line for the win when he left the game.
1 day ago
Francisco Lindor has his best game as a Met photo
Francisco Lindor went 3-for-5 on Sunday with three home runs and five RBIs, including the game-winner in the bottom of the eighth. The Mets won 7-6 and are 72-72 this season.
2 days ago
Rich Hill gets his seventh loss of the season photo
Rich Hill allowed three runs on six hits, two walks, and four strikeouts in five innings. The Mets lost 7-0 Monday and are 72-73 this season.
2 days ago
John Means gets a tough luck loss on Thursday photo
John Means allowed two runs on five hits, two walks, and five strikeouts in seven innings. The Orioles lost 6-0 and are 45-94 this season.
6 days ago
Javier Baez stuffs the stat sheet on Thursday photo
Javier Baez went 2-for-4 with two runs, one RBI, one home run, and two stolen bases, but the Mets lost 3-2.
6 days ago
Marcus Stroman quality start but no-decision on Thursday photo
Marcus Stroman allowed one run on four hits, zero walks, and seven strikeouts in six and one-third innings. The Mets lost 3-2 and are now 70-71 this season.
6 days ago
Pete Alonso smacks two homers in Mets win photo
Pete Alonso went 2-for-4 with two runs, three RBIs, one walk, and two homers as the Mets beat the Marlins 9-4 Tuesday. They're one game over .500 and only 3.5 back of the second wildcard.
1 wk ago
Carlos Carrasco records his first win of the year photo
Carlos Carrasco allowed four runs (one earned) on seven hits, one walk, and four strikeouts in five innings. The 34-year-old was forced to work much harder than he should have been by the Mets' sloppy fielding. They won 9-4 Tuesday and are four games behind the Braves in the NL East and three and a half games behind the Reds and Padres for the final Wild Card spot.
1 wk ago