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Week of April 14th Fantasy Baseball Preview

Week of April 14th Fantasy Baseball Preview

Since we are still in the month of April, the focus early on should be on guys off to hot starts. There might be some people ready to dump some early season busts in your league though, so here are some of the early buy low candidates on the market.   Clayton Kershaw   If you didn’t want to spend […]

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2014 FanDuel World Fantasy Baseball Championships Review

2014 FanDuel World Fantasy Baseball Championships Review

One day fantasy sports website FanDuel.com recently revealed their newest promotion for the 2014 baseball season. They are handing out a total of over $5 million in prizes with a total of eight contests in August. With numerous ways to join in on the action, now is the time to start working towards a visit to Las Vegas for the […]

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Week of April 7, 2014 Fantasy Baseball Preview

Week of April 7, 2014  Fantasy Baseball Preview

It is hard to make a lot of predictions when it comes to fantasy baseball just one week into the year, but a few players are off to extremely hot starts. At this point in the season, it is all about playing the waiver wire a little bit and trying to see who sticks. Here are three pretty decent gambles […]

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Masterson Looks To Continue Hot Start Against The Red Sox

Boston Red Sox @ Cleveland Indians

Boston Red Sox @ Cleveland Indians   If the Cy Young award was given out after the first three starts of the season, Justin Masterson would probably be getting his named etched on it. The Cleveland Indians will be looking for their ace to once again deliver, this time against the Boston Red Sox.   Masterson has won all three […]

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Braves Face First American League Team Of The Year

Kansas City @ Atlanta Braves

Kansas City @ Atlanta Braves   So far this season, the Atlanta Braves have had little trouble with National League opponents. Their 11-1 record is the best in baseball, but now they face off against Kansas City in the American League. Can their strong start continue?   When someone looks at the early season numbers for the Braves, they are […]

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Dodgers Host Padres On Jackie Robinson Day

San Diego Padres @ Los Angeles Dodgers

San Diego Padres @ Los Angeles Dodgers   It has been 66 years since Jackie Robinson first broke the color barrier, but his name continues to be recognized on April 15th every single year. Every player on the field for both teams will have #42 on as the Dodgers host the Padres.   Even without the significance of the day, […]

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Orioles, Yankees Battle In Rubber Match

Baltimore Orioles @ New York Yankees

Baltimore Orioles @ New York Yankees     With the two sides splitting the first two games of the series, Game 3 should be exciting in the Bronx Sunday night as the Yankees try to win their second series in a row. They will be bouncing back from a tough loss on Saturday 5-3.   The Yankees are still trying […]

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Hamels Looks To Put Dreadful Start Behind Him

Philadelphia Phillies @ Miami Marlins   When the Philadelphia Phillies named Cole Hamels their opening day starter, they expected big things from one of their franchise players. After two starts, he has been extremely disappointing. He will attempt to put all of that behind him on Saturday as he takes on the struggling Miami Marlins.   For Hamels, this matchup […]

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Yankees Go For The Sweep Against The Indians

New York Yankees @ Cleveland Indians

New York Yankees @ Cleveland Indians   After a slow start, the New York Yankees are on the verge of sweeping their first series of the season. They will take on the Cleveland Indians Thursday night, hoping that their offense will continue to be great.   In the first two games of the series, the Yankees have eight home runs, […]

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Angels Look To Put Slow Start Behind Them In Game Two Against Oakland

Oakland Athletics @ Los Angeles Angels

Oakland Athletics @ Los Angeles Angels   A year ago, everyone was picking the Los Angeles Angels to win the American League West and make a deep run in the playoffs. Their only challenge was supposed to come from Texas, while Oakland and Seattle battled for last place. However, Oakland shocked baseball and made the playoffs in 2012. It might […]

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