Archive for August 2010

Wilson Betemit experimented with the concept of never hitting singles. It actually worked out fairly well.

The argument in favor of a Jose Bautista repeat in 2011.

News on players for shallow, medium and deep leagues.

Sometimes there’s too much realism in fantasy baseball.

Proposing a quantitative method for recording how pitchers grip the baseball

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In a sequel to last week’s effort, Chris looks at the most likely cycles ever, who should’ve hit a cycle (but didn’t) and other issues.

It’s playoff time and the waiver wire might have some helpful solutions to slumping players.

For losing teams, is it better to receive than give?

He has three college degrees and a slew of major league accomplishments, but no baseball job.

This week: possible September call-ups.

With September call-ups approaching and many top prospects seeing playing time in August to be eligible for postseason play, we look at some of baseball’s hottest prospects.

Who’s worth your No. 1 waiver priority?

The top 15 projection-eligible prospects.

On August 24, 1960 Cal Ripken Jr. was born. After a 21-year career, justly rewarded with a plaque in Cooperstown, Ripken continues to be involved in the game at both the youth and professional levels. Few in baseball can compare with Ripken’s fame; Richard looks at them this week.

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Should non-contenders be barred from trading with contenders down the stretch?

What if the Pirates had drafted Mike Mussina instead of Mark Merchant?

Answering your keeper league fantasy questions.

How many pitchers tgo keep?