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Welcome back to our Week 8 edition of Digging Deeper, our weekly column where we will focus on deep league waiver wire options. My counterpart Tom Bellucco will be handling the American League while I focus on the National League. For those that have played in limited size leagues, you are well aware that at-bats and innings are... Read More

Welcome back to our Week 6 edition of Digging Deeper, our weekly column where we will focus on deep league waiver wire options. My counterpart Tom Bellucco will be handling the American League while I focus on the National League. For those that have played in limited size leagues, you are well aware that at-bats and innings are the... Read More

Welcome back to our Week 5 edition of Digging Deeper, our weekly column where we will focus on deep league waiver wire options. My counterpart Tom Bellucco will be handling the American League while I focus on the National League. For those that have played in limited size leagues, you are well aware that at-bats and innings are the... Read More

Welcome back to our Week 4 edition of Digging Deeper, our weekly column where we will focus on deep league waiver wire options. My counterpart Tom Bellucco will be handling the American League while I focus on the National League. For those that have played in limited size leagues, you are well aware that at-bats and innings are the... Read More

While doing research for this article, specifically Royals new third baseman Whit Merrifield, I remembered my AL-only league's waiver period was still open for a little longer and immediately made a claim. I had been putting off the waiver wire for most of the last week and was in need of throwing some rotting carcasses... Read More

This past weekend, I experienced my first taste of the Uncharted video game series with the newly released Uncharted 4: A Thief's End. My favorite element so far has been not only how varied the gameplay is but how well it all meshes together. I went in thinking I would spend a lot of timing... Read More

If there is one takeaway from the movie Captain America: Civil War, it is that superhero ensemble movies greatly benefit from the right amount of new blood mixed with the old. Newcomers Spider-Man and Black Panther stole the screen anytime they showed up, injecting new-found excitement and possibilities for the Avengers' future. But by limiting... Read More

Welcome back to the DFS Patrol. In this article, I’ll be providing you with the top starting pitcher streamers for daily fantasy baseball (DFS) and for seasonal leagues for 4/7/16. These streamers will range from high-priced / high-ownership options to low-priced / low-ownership options, and will be sleepers and value picks for your cash games... Read More

Welcome back to the DFS Patrol. In this article, I’ll be providing you with the top starting pitcher streamers for daily fantasy baseball (DFS) and for seasonal leagues for 4/6/16. These streamers will range from high-priced / high-ownership options to low-priced / low-ownership options, and will be sleepers and value picks for your cash games... Read More

Welcome back to the DFS Patrol. In this article, I’ll be providing you with the top starting pitcher streamers for daily fantasy baseball (DFS) and for seasonal leagues for 4/5/16. These streamers will range from high-priced / high-ownership options to low-priced / low-ownership options, and will be sleepers and value picks for your cash games... Read More

Come one, come all. Welcome to the 2016 MLB season and our first edition of DFS Patrol! Yesterday was the official start, but today is our first day with a full slate. This will be a daily article focusing on the best pitchers to stream in DFS formats. The information applies for regular season formats,... Read More

Welcome back to episode nine of Turning Two. Here's a recap of the topics discussed to this point: who will hit 50 HR, who will win 20 games, who can put up a 20/20 season, who can hit .350, who can reach 50 saves, and who will post a sub-2.00 ERA. We shifted to player-specific material, such as breakout candidates and busts for 2016. Now... Read More

Big Names Who May Disappoint in 2016 Welcome back to episode eight of Turning Two. Here's a recap of the topics discussed to this point: who will hit 50 HR, who will win 20 games, who can put up a 20/20 season, who can hit .350, who can reach 50 saves, and who will post a sub-2.00 ERA. Last week we shifted to... Read More

Addison Reed was bounced from Arizona after a nightmarish stretch as the team's closer. He would rebound and be an effective reliever, but never regained his closing job. After joining the Amazins, Reed posted an impressive 1.17 ERA, 1.04 WHIP and 17/5 K/BB ratio over 15 1/3 innings. With Tyler Clippard gone, Reed is poised... Read More

Turning Two: Will Any Pitcher Win 20 Games? Welcome back, Rotoballers! We are now on the second edition of Turning Two. If you missed our debut, we discussed who will hit 50 HR in the 2016 season. Our next topic flips to the second part of the diamond: the pitchers. Will any pitcher reach the 20... Read More

The Texas Rangers have extended the $15.8 million qualifying offer to starting pitcher Yovani Gallardo, according to Evan Grant of Dallas Morning News. Rangers extend QO to Yo Gallardo. Does this make it either/or but not both on Gallardo/Colby Lewis? https://t.co/7k2bOUptex — Evan Grant (@Evan_P_Grant) November 6, 2015 The 29-year-old Gallardo has been a model... Read More

The Chicago White Sox have extended the $15.8 million qualifying offer to starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija, according to ESPN.com's Jerry Crasnick. #WhiteSox announce they've made a qualifying offer to Jeff Samardzija. #theshark — Jerry Crasnick (@jcrasnick) November 6, 2015 Samardzija, 30, had a rough season in his one and only year with the Chicago White Sox.... Read More

The Los Angeles Dodgers have announced that they have extended a $15.8 million qualifying offer to starting pitchers Zack Greinke, Brett Anderson and second baseman Howie Kendrick. #Dodgers extend qualifying offers to Zack Greinke, Brett Anderson and Howie Kendrick. https://t.co/EJhc9bMz4P — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) November 6, 2015 After Greinke announced that he would opt out... Read More

Now that we've entered the MLB offseason, it's time to talk qualifying offers. Teams will spend the next few days deciding whether or not to extend a qualifying offer to their impending free agents. The qualifying offer system was designed to replace the old arbitration-based system that used Type A, B, and C free agents.... Read More

While holds are even tougher to predict than saves, the players we’ll highlight today include some elite setup men to target off the waiver wire for Week 27, the final days of the fantasy baseball season. The more likely an MLB team is to win, the more likely these pitchers will be eligible to earn... Read More

Steven Matz is expected to start either Saturday or Sunday against the Washington Nationals. The New York Mets starting pitcher’s scheduled start has been moved twice because of stiffness in the right side of his back. Matz is feeling better, which is why the Mets will throw him out there over the final weekend of... Read More

Madison Bumgarner won't start the in the regular-season finale on Sunday for the San Francisco Giants. There’s no physical issue that is keeping the Giants ace off the mound against the Colorado Rockies on Sunday. The 2014 World Series champions are simply going to shut Bumgarner down and let him start to prepare for the... Read More

Hansel Robles has been suspended three games for “intentionally” throwing a pitch in the direction of Darin Ruf’s head. The New York Mets reliever was throwing at the Philadelphia Phillies first baseman in response to Yoenis Cespedes being thrown at earlier. Cespedes injured his hand and wrist when he was drilled. At the time, the... Read More

Masahiro Tanaka is in line to most likely start the AL Wild Card game on Tuesday for the New York Yankees. The right-hander recently suffered a Grade 1 hamstring strain, though he returned on Wednesday. Tanaka allowed four runs in five innings of work in his return against the Boston Red Sox. The 26-year-old is... Read More

While holds are even tougher to predict than saves, the players we’ll highlight today include some elite setup men to target off the waiver wire for Week 26 of the fantasy baseball season. The more likely an MLB team is to win, the more likely these pitchers will be eligible to earn the holds that... Read More

Kansas City Royals closer Greg Holland has a “significant” tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his throwing elbow, according to Royals manager Ned Yost. Yost believes the injury happened over a year ago but it really took its toll on the two-time All-Star this season. The velocity on Holland’s fastball dipped dramatically from where... Read More

While holds are even tougher to predict than saves, the players we’ll highlight today include some elite setup men to target off the waiver wire for Week 25 of the fantasy baseball season. The more likely an MLB team is to win, the more likely these pitchers will be eligible to earn the holds that... Read More

While holds are even tougher to predict than saves, the players we’ll highlight today include some elite setup men to target off the waiver wire for Week 24 of the fantasy baseball season. The more likely an MLB team is to win, the more likely these pitchers will be eligible to earn the holds that... Read More

Cole Hamels scheduled start for Sunday has been moved to Monday, which will give him an extra day's rest after taking a comebacker to his shoulder on Tuesday. Despite being drilled in the shoulder and suffering a bone bruise, Hamels was able to get the win against the Seattle Mariners in his last start. The... Read More

While holds are even tougher to predict than saves, the players we’ll highlight today include some elite setup men to target off the waiver wire for Week 23 of the fantasy baseball season. The more likely an MLB team is to win, the more likely these pitchers will be eligible to earn the holds that... Read More

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