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Perhaps just as incredible as the Cubs and Indians making the World Series is the story of Kyle Schwarber. The 23-year-old who grew up in Ohio was added to Chicago’s World Series roster after missing nearly the entire season with a torn ACL. Of course, that injury was suffered in Arizona during Chicago’s very first... Read More

It's hard to know what to make of Josh Reddick after a season in which he missed time to injury and then went into a big slump after being traded at the deadline. Overall, the 29-year-old outfielder slashed .281/.345/.405 in 115 games between the A's and the Dodgers, which is a fine season line, but... Read More

Steven Souza slashed .247/.303/.409 with 17 HR, 58 R, 49 RBI and seven steals across 468 PA before going down with a hip injury in September. He underwent arthroscopic surgery and is expected to be ready for Spring Training. The 27-year-old hit .200 with just one long ball throughout June and July, hurting his chance... Read More

Kevin Kiermaier set career highs in homers (12) and steals (21) despite missing almost two months with a broken hand. He slashed .246/.331/.410 on the season, and batted .296 with five homers and eight steals in September. His defensive abilities will always keep him in the lineup, and if he can maintain his 2016 pace... Read More

In his first season with the Rays, Corey Dickerson hit .245/.293/.469 with 24 HR, 57 R and 70 RBI. A whopping 22 of those homers came in 402 at-bats against righties, and he finished with just 108 AB against southpaws. He actually hit poorly against both kinds of pitchers— .241 vs. LHP, .246 vs. RHP.... Read More

The Chicago Cubs jumped on Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw very early on with a pair of runs in the first inning. Before the night was over, they’d tack on three runs against Kershaw, with two of them being solo home runs. The first came in the fourth inning, when rookie catcher Willson Contreras drilled one... Read More

Another day and another terrific performance from Javier Baez, who’s play continues to drive the Cubs. The 23-year-old super utility player picked up three hits tonight, capping off Chicago’s 8-4 victory with a three-RBI double in the eighth, putting the game out of reach. On defense he flashed a terrific glove, gunning down Adrian Gonzalez... Read More

Outfielder Coco Crisp helped sink the Blue Jays' hopes of the World Series Wednesday as the Indians shut them out 3-0. He finished the game 1-for-2, pushing his 2016 postseason average up to .214 to go along with two home runs, three RBI and one stolen base. Crisp remains part of the Indians' deep outfield,... Read More

Welcome back to the series that further proves that the itch of fantasy baseball never goes away. We're gathered here to look at my thoughts on the top players at each position. Assume a standard 5x5 redraft league with the rankings. We led off with catchers before hitting first, second, and third base as well as shortstop. With... Read More

If you owned Jayson Werth in 2016, it's safe to say that he didn't put your team on his back at any point in the season. But what he did do, was stay healthy and produce moderate counting stats - 21 HR, 84 R, and 69 RBI. His batted ball profile was very much in... Read More

Oh, Bryce Harper...we will always have April. And what an April that was, as Harper fired out of the gate to the tune of a .286/.406/.714 slash line with nine home runs. Unfortunately, the drop-off in the following months was precipitous and alarming. How does a young star like Harper come off a breakout 2015... Read More

It took longer than most had hoped, but when Trea Turner finally received the call-up, he wasted little time getting up to speed. Literally. Speed as in 58 steals, 33 of which came at the major league level. It's a pace that would have him reach 60, if he can reach 600 plate appearances next... Read More

Outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall went a perfect 3-for-3 Friday to help the Indians get out to an early 1-0 ALCS lead against the Blue Jays. He's now hitting .300 with a home run and four RBI over 10 postseason at-bats this season, including a hit in all four games so far. Chisenhall will have a tougher... Read More

Sorry about that title, but we've got to keep this fun, you know? Anyways, many people (including yours truly) wrote about Kole Calhoun's power outage this year. Coming off a 26 HR-season, Calhoun was supposed to at least maintain that kind of power potential while shoring up his .256 batting average. Instead, his 2016 line... Read More

Plenty of better writers than I have already argued quite eloquently why Trout should win the AL MVP this year, so I won't waste time on that here. Instead, here's why Trout should go #1 in literally every single fantasy baseball draft in 2017: first, his walk rate has risen steadily in almost every year... Read More

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