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What The Luck – Hitters Aided By BABIP

Hey, did you miss me? Okay, so you probably didn’t notice that I took a week-or-so hiatus from posting but I’m back anyway! This week in What The Luck, we’ll take a gander into the baseball landscape in search of

What The Luck – Pitchers to Sell High or Buy Low On

With a month of baseball in the books, we’re starting to get enough data to do some proper analysis of who has been lucky and unlucky thus far.  Though we trust our core numbers that we grew up with

Barney and the Madson | Free Agent Friday

We’re a bit deeper into the season now and it becomes harder to find good batters on the waiver wire but more pitchers are popping up due to the closer carousel and some starters proving their worth.  Out of all of

Week 3 Roto Values – A Mix of Braun & Shields

With nearly a month of baseball over with, we are starting to see a crop of surprise players that are staying hot and having us believe that big things are in store for them in 2011.  However, it’s important

Frenchy, Gomes and Boggs | Free Agent Friday

This week in pickups has has introduced us to some new closers and showcased some hitters who are starting to heat up.  In roto leagues, you may now start to see some areas of weakness on your team which

Jed Lowrie: A Deep Sleeper Awakens

As you may know, I’ve been waiting for the day that Jed Lowrie would officially crack into the Red Sox starting lineup.  The day has come (whether it is temporary or not) after he wowed a national audience on

Week 2 Roto Values – Berkman’s World

Things are starting to get more serious with two full weeks of fantasy baseball wrapped up.  In some head-to-head leagues, you may find yourself in an 0-2 hole and questioning everything you know about baseball.  In roto leagues, you

Naverson, Masterson and Fuld…son | Free Agent Friday

We continue to march along in the season as we are already nearing the completion of a second full week of games.  As we look around the baseball world, small sample sizes continue to get mentioned everywhere as a