Archive for June 2012

The latest in the business of baseball.

Has Adam Jones finally broken through or is his power just a surge?

Are Gee’s xFIP and peripherals a sign that he might be a great buy low? Or just a total fluke?

Which look to make a solid impact—and which were head-scratching picks?

Theme of the day: qualified recommendations

Michael A. Stein of Fantasy Judgment discusses a recent case where a fantasy baseball league commissioner refused to allow a team to retroactively change his lineup after rosters froze at the beginning of the scoring period.

A busy week in Denver makes for a busy week in the awards.

For our franchises three, what will it be in ’73?

Staying single and ready to mingle… with the waiver wire

Catching up on the biggest story lines and surprises in the AL East

Back from the weekend

Injury woes, closer shakeups and phenom watches

How come the White Sox have trouble filling seats?

We’re on to the third month of grinding

The rise of the youth!

A look at the posterior shoulder