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Hanley Ramirez fantasy value for 2014

Hanley Ramirez

Hanley Ramirez could be a great value as a middle-round fantasy pick. (Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images) Fantasy baseball is won or lost due to players exceeding or failing to meet their draft-day value. Players like Jean Segura, Chris Davis and Josh Donaldson get a lot of the fantasy publicity because they were drafted extremely late and provided tremendous More...

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Jason Kipnis
By Matt Commins On Tuesday, November 12th, 2013
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Jason Kipnis’ fantasy value for 2014

Jason Kipnis Bats: L | Age: 27 | Team: Indians | Position: 2B | Player Rater Positional Values: ESPN (2), NFBC (1) For two years in a row, Jason Kipnis has begun the season red hot and completely faded away during More...

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By Matt Commins On Wednesday, November 6th, 2013
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Eric Hosmer’s fantasy value for 2014

Eric Hosmer Bats: L | Age: 24 | Team: Royals | Position: 1B | Player Rater Position Values: ESPN (8), NFBC (6) Hosmer’s 2013 season was a tale of two halves. For the first two months of the season, he only More...

Michael Wacha
By admin On Saturday, October 26th, 2013
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2014 fantasy baseball profile: Michael Wacha

Each postseason, there is at least a player or two that makes a name for themselves with their play. With a 4-0 record and a 1.00 ERA so far in the playoffs, it is safe to say that Michael Wacha is becoming more More...

The after-effect of wins and losses in baseball
By R. Lincoln Harris On Monday, October 21st, 2013
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Baseball differences: Wins, quality starts and pitcher evaluation

  There are so many baseball differences to make this game stand apart from other team sports. For example, we know that the defense has the ball, and there isn’t any game clock like there is in football, More...

All the acronyms. Welcome to baseball statistics soup.
By Shawn Paul Wood On Thursday, October 3rd, 2013
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The Hit List: 12 most useless baseball statistics ever

All the acronyms. Welcome to baseball statistics soup. Ever since 1845, this beloved sport has drowned its fans in frippery — or what we longingly call “baseball statistics.” Most of it has been More...


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