Tag:Fantasy Baseball
Posted on: July 27, 2009 1:55 pm

Denver running backs and Miami's brutal schedule

Back battles

Denver's stable of running backs features three starting candidates. It is a battle of age vs. youth, and Pete Prisco will take the rookie, penciling Knowshon Moreno in as the Week 1 starter for the Broncos. AFC West

AFC camp battles: East | North | South | Rumors

In for nasty weather?

Mediocrity is tough to swallow at once-mighty Miami. A diet of cupcakes is in order, right? Well, it's not coming. Dennis Dodd says a brutal early schedule could do damage to Randy Shannon's rebuilding effort. Story

Dodds and Ends | Schedule | B/R: Will schedule win? | Preview | Speak!

Fantasy: Catching a gem

Miguel Montero is finding his way onto many Fantasy rosters as we hit Week 17. Scott White touches on his prospects for this week and goes through all 30 MLB lineups. Planners: Hitting | Pitching | Video: White | Mack

Melchior: Montero in demand | News: Player updates | Probable Pitchers

Posted on: April 13, 2009 10:55 am
Edited on: April 13, 2009 10:57 am

Cabrera wins the Masters and Detroit draft needs

Bravo, Angel!

A day filled with roar-inducing feats and huge collapses ends with Angel Cabrera on top. His par on the second hole of sudden death wins the Masters. Cabrera's miracle shot on the 73rd hole floors Steve Elling.

Related Links: Elling: Perry | Tiger vs. Phil: Doyel | Shapiro | Board

Draft needs: Lions

Even mentioning all the woes facing Detroit these days could draw a flag for piling on. But Clark Judge can't sugarcoat the daunting task facing new coach Jim Schwartz: You name it, the 0-16 Lions need it. Full story

Related Links: Mocks: Gotta be QB? | B/R

Fantasy: Fast starts

Should you trust Jordan Schafer and Emilio Bonifacio? Scott White says Schafer can make an impact in mixed leagues, and tabs Bonifacio as a Week 2 sleeper. Hitting Planner | Mack: Pitching Planner

Related Links: Fantasy: Prospects Report | Dear Mr. Fantasy | Speak!


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