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Cleveland Indians outfielder Brandon Guyer was held out of conditioning drills Saturday after he tweaked his hamstring running on a treadmill last week. Manager Terry Francona doesn't seem very concerned. Guyer figures to see a lot of playing time against lefties (career .289/.391/.470 slash line against southpaws), but he offers a limited ceiling. Guyer has... Read More

Cleveland Indians closer Cody Allen will return in the same role in 2017, according to manager Terry Francona. Reliever Andrew Miller has become a versatile option for any inning that Francona sees fit. The duo of Allen and Miller was lights out in Cleveland's run to the World Series last year, and Miller won the... Read More

Welcome, my thrifty shoppers, to the first edition of Clearance Sale. We here at RotoBaller are all about a good deal (have you seen our Draft Prep tools?!), and I am the king of good deals. Discount sales, expired goods -- I'm all about value. So to help you prepare for your drafts, we're bringing... Read More

It's the fantasy baseball draft season. To us baseball nerds, few things are more exciting than arguing about player rankings. Today, we'll discuss and compare Carlos Martinez's RotoBaller staff rankings. He was ranked No. 73 overall by Harris Yudin, and No. 105 by Nick Mariano. Throughout this series, we'll be using our February Staff Rankings... Read More

Welcome, Rotoballers! Having trouble surviving without fantasy sports? (No offense, basketball). We've got just the remedy to prepare you for the upcoming baseball season with the return of a 2016 favorite, Turning Two. So what is Turning Two? Turning Two is a weekly segment where fellow Rotoballers JB and Ben Ruppert will be tackling various topics (Who will... Read More

I was fortunate enough to be invited to mock with some of the industry’s brightest on Thursday night, where I was able to test out how picking No. 6 in a 12-team roto league would go. Organized by fightingchancefantasy.com, I locked horns with folks such as Steve Gardner, Tim Heaney, John Halpin and Joel Henard... Read More

I don't care whether you've got snow on your lawn or not. All clubs have reported to Spring Training, which means it's springtime for all. We’ve been bringing you our February rankings updates over the past couple of weeks, and today we wrap up the series with our 2017 relief pitcher fantasy baseball rankings. This round of... Read More

Welcome back to our ongoing series of MLB team previews. For each team, we will take a look at their hitters, pitchers, prospects and offseason moves. Today we dive into the 2017 Chicago White Sox Team Outlook, and preview their potential fantasy baseball contributions. The 2016 White Sox fought their way to a 78-84 record last season, which... Read More

It's the fantasy baseball draft season. To us baseball nerds, few things are more exciting than arguing about player rankings. Today, we'll discuss and compare Jose Ramirez's RotoBaller staff rankings. He was ranked No. 40 overall by Jeff Kahntroff, and No. 106 by Brad Johnson. Throughout this series, we'll be using our February Staff Rankings to debate where... Read More

Cleveland Indians reliever Andrew Miller will certainly have fantasy value in 2017 due to his gaudy strikeout numbers and pristine ERA and WHIP figures. However, he is likely to continue pitching in a similar role as last season after being acquired by the Tribe. He will pitch multiple innings sometimes and come into games before... Read More

Cleveland Indians ace Corey Kluber looks ready to dominate American League hitters again this season. He finished the 2016 campaign with a record of 18-9 to go with a 3.14 ERA and 1.06 WHIP. He pitched 215 innings in the regular season, striking out 227 while walking just 57. Much like he is on the... Read More

Cleveland Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor was considered to be one of those players who would be "better in real life than in fantasy" while coming up as a prospect. While that remains somewhat true due to the value added by his excellent defense, Lindor has ended up being a valuable fantasy option as well. He... Read More

Cleveland Indians 1B/DH Edwin Encarnacion is set for another big offensive output this coming season, his first with the Cleveland Indians. Encarnacion signed a three-year, $60 million deal with a $25 million option for a fourth year this offseason. He will slide right into the middle of the Indians order, bringing along with him 42... Read More

Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis is looking for another solid season in 2017. Kipnis finished 2016 with a .275/.343/.469 line along with 23 home runs and 82 RBI. With Edwin Encarnacion in the lineup now, Kipnis is a decent bet to finish this season with more than the 91 runs he scored in 2016.... Read More

The Cleveland Indians will "slow play" outfielder Austin Jackson's (knee) role in spring training for the first 10 days to two weeks, according to manager Terry Francona. A-Jax's 2016 was a disaster, as he dealt with turf toe and a torn meniscus to end his season. He played in just 54 games for the White... Read More

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