Pickups of the Day for July 8th

Today, I am only focusing on pitching. I have three starters that can help you in the short term and, hopefully, in the long term. They are of various skill levels and roster percentages and all three come from the central divisions in baseball.

Anthony’s Fantasy Baseball Week in Review – July…

The week in review covers all the starts by the starting pitchers, what the bullpens did (saves, holds-wise), how did the offense perform (runs scored, walks, strikeouts) and who stood out with the bat, if anyone did. It's guaranteed to be 4000 or more words and will cover pretty much every main fantasy statistic and impact players. And it comes at you every week.

Risers & Fallers: Lazaro Montes & Colt Emerson…

This week's risers and fallers is all about my recently released Top 100 Fantasy Baseball Prospects updated list for July. On the risers side are two players from the deepest system in the league, Lazaro Montes and Colt Emerson, of the Seattle Mariners, and the athletic catcher in the Kansas City Royals organization, Blake Mitchell. On the fallers side, we have dominant, but rarely healthy, left-handed fireballer Ricky Tiedemann, Diamondbacks shortstop Tommy Troy and an I-was-a-year-too-early Angels prospect, Nelson Rada.

July Top 100 Fantasy Baseball Prospects – A…

When I say "A Midseason Shakeup", I mean it. I took my old rankings, added in the names of like twenty or thirty players, tossed them in a fish bowl, shook it up and then started over anew. Well, not completely anew, as I still kicked off the rankings with Jackson Holliday, but there has been lots of movement up, down, in and out of the rankings. New names have been added (Kevin McGonigle, Chase Dollander and Luke Keaschall, to name a few), old names have been removed (most because of promotions to the majors, but some because the new names have been better) and most have been moved around in the rankings, with few in the same place they were in last month.

Anthony’s Fantasy Baseball Week in Review – July…

The week in review covers all the starts by the starting pitchers, what the bullpens did (saves, holds-wise), how did the offense perform (runs scored, walks, strikeouts) and who stood out with the bat, if anyone did. It's guaranteed to be 4000 or more words and will cover pretty much every main fantasy statistic and impact players. And it comes at you every week.

Pickups of the Day for July 1st

Let's see if we can find hidden gems on the waiver wire, guys who can contribute now and hopefully in the future. Let's take a look at the Braves new leadoff man, the Giants rejuvenated third baseman and a Reds reliever turned starter.

Pickups of the Day for June 29th

Here we are, nearing the end of June, with temperature rising into the high 90's and low 100's, deliriously searching the waiver wire for the next gem that is going to help our fantasy teams continue on their winning ways. The top prospect call ups have all but dried up, pitching injury after pitching injury has shoved not-so-great arms into rotations and we're all fighting to find solid offensive production from every position.

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