The successful run I had been on with my Star Fantasy Leagues daily lineups was bound to come to an end. After placing in the money in the freeroll four out of six times, my last lineup on Monday didn’t quite live up to those standards. With the Labor Day afternoon games, there were few […]
Today, we go for the trifecta. Last Wednesday, my Star Fantasy Leagues daily lineup finished third in the 74-person freeroll. My lineup on Monday was even better, finishing first in the 76-person freeroll. My 89.15 points was my highest one-day total this year. Now, we go for three straight payouts, and I feel like this
This wasn’t the ideal Star Fantasy Leagues daily lineup that I was hoping for. I had a few offensive players in mind who have been on a good run lately that I wanted to add to my team today. But they had off days. That’s the way fantasy sports work, though. Through injuries, slumps, and days off, you need to adjust.
There may not have been a lot of moves made but the ones that were will certainly have an impact on your fantasy production. Trades can make or break a season, just take a look at some of the players that were dealt at the deadline last year: Hanley Ramirez: On the Marlins, Before Trade:
The Major League Baseball trade deadline has been much of the focus of the MLB landscape for the last couple of weeks. Now that it is only days away, that hasn’t changed. But the dreaded Biogenesis scandal has jumped back into the headlines over the last week, and it’s not going away just yet either.
With the Yankees bringing back Alfonso Soriano for prospect Corey Black, the fantasy landscape has shifted ever so slightly – just one shift in a series of moves that will reshape the rest of the fantasy season. Let’s take a look at the fantasy winners and losers of the Cubs-Yankees, Alfonso Soriano-Corey Black trade. Winners:
Earlier this month, we mentioned Alfonso Soriano’s recent resurgence with the Chicago Cubs. After a slow start to the season, Soriano began heating up before the All-Star break. Since then, he’s continued his power surge, hitting another home run and driving in two runs in the Cubs’ last series against Colorado. With 17 home runs
Some teams, like the Philadelphia Phillies, may still be trying to decide if they’re buying or selling at the baseball’s trade deadline, but the Chicago Cubs’ agenda seems pretty clear. Sitting at 42-50 and 14 games out of first place in the NL Central heading into the All-Star break, there’s no question they’re going to