At Fantasy Baseball Season's Quarter Pole, It's Time To Accept Patterns And TrendsMost teams in MLB have played close to 40 games at this point of the season, meaning the fantasy baseball season is one quarter over. If you've been waiting for that veteran to come around and start hitting, it's time to give up on the dream. If that pitcher still has an ERA way north of five runs per game, you may need to look elsewhere for wins and strikeouts. This is the time of the year when trends become permanent, really. Sticking too long with players headed for bad seasons only can hurt your team.
Which Stat Categories Do You Need The Most In Fantasy Baseball?When trying to improve your fantasy roster, it's important to gauge which statistical categories can help you the most. If you're last in batting average, maybe it's not worth it to acquire a .300 hitter. If you're in the middle of the pack in steals, it might be worth it to find a speedster for your lineup.
30 Players: Ozuna Provides Stability In Center Field For MiamiIt’s not often a 23-year-old marches into the Major Leagues and puts up the numbers Marcell Ozuna did in 2014. You can blame the relative obscurity of a 77-win Miami Marlins team, but that doesn’t change the fact that Ozuna is one of the more talented young outfielders in the game and should continue to blossom in an improved lineup in 2015.
CBSSports.com: Fantasy Baseball Week 24 Starts And SitsThe fantasy baseball experts at CBSSports.com break down who to start and who to sit for the upcoming week.
No Dice For Mets In MiamiLeft fielder Marcell Ozuna cut down the potential tying run at the plate in the eighth and ninth innings _ including Kirk Nieuwenhuis to end the game _ to help the Miami Marlins beat the New York Mets 3-2 on Friday night.
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You Can't Win if You Don't Score
Marcum Still Winless in 2013