2014 Fantasy Baseball Outlook: Hisashi Iwakuma
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Seattle Mariners pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma came to the United States from Japan in 2012 with far less publicity than his countryman Yu Darvish, but after spending the early part of that season in the Mariners’ bullpen he pitched well in 16 […]

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Ryan Howard

  Stacking can either win you games or lose you games. There’s no in between. Tonight’s matchup in Coors Field between the Colorado Rockies and Philadelphia Phillies could draw a lot of stacking interest in daily fantasy baseball, and while I’m […]

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George Springer

  Spring has sprung. The baseball (and fantasy) world was taken by storm the other day, as the Houston Astros pulled the trigger by calling up top prospect George Springer late Tuesday night. His ownership percentage in fantasy leagues skyrocketed, as he is […]

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Yu Darvish Intro

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Scott Feldman

Scott Feldman has found new life as a member of the Houston Astros. After years with the Texas Rangers and making a pit stop in Chicago and Baltimore, Feldman is pitching the best he’s ever pitched in his career. In three starts, Feldman […]

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When fantasy baseball drafts were underway this spring, many owners predicted that OF Billy Hamilton of the Cincinnati Reds would have a breakout fantasy season. Hamilton has been a highly coveted prospect for years and has finally received a chance […]

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San Francisco Giants v Houston Astros

The Houston Astros called up 24-year-old prospect George Springer on Tuesday night and the young outfielder immediately becomes a must-add in all fantasy baseball leagues; regardless of size or scoring. The expectation is for Springer to play everyday in right […]

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When the 2014 fantasy baseball season started, the hottest hitter in the game was Seattle Mariners 1B Justin Smoak. The slugger racked up six hits through the first three contests, while slugging two home runs and two doubles. He also […]

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