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updated Tue. February 27, 2024

Conventional wisdom tells the fantasy baseball owner that waiting to draft your pitching staff is the preferred strategy to be employed.

Senior Expert Adam Ronis provides Fantasy Baseball owners with an undervalued corner infielder who can help you DOMINATE your league!
Senior Expert Adam Ronis examines whether Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Chris Archer is a Fantasy Baseball ace or a Fantasy Baseball disaster waiting to happen.
We all love to pick up sleepers in MLB fantasy baseball - guys that nobody expected to excel yet did anyways. However, at the other end of the spectrum lies fantasy busts.
It's been a busy off-season so far. Players changed teams, some re-signed, including a few that returned to a uniform they wore once before.
Another fantasy season is complete; we laughed and we cried, and we won and we lost fantasy baseball championships. Many players carried us, from the known and unknown of Mike Trout and Ryan Schimpf, to the old and young like Bartolo Colon and ...
For the majority of the season, the Chicago Cubs have been the wrong team to match up against with a back-end starter in fantasy baseball. Lately, though, the wheels are falling off for a once-potent offense. That's just one of the reasons why I'm ...
A kid always swings for the fences in his dreams. But this was ridiculous: On opening day of the baseball season, in his first game as a major-league ballplayer, 23-year-old Rockies shortstop Trevor Story put a charge in a 92 mph fastball by Arizona ...
Remember, I'll be answering fantasy baseball questions on Twitter @RealShawnFerris in preparation for the 2016 season. Feel free to reach out there or comment below about other pitchers that you're skeptical about for this year.


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