Harvey Can't Stop Nats
Fantasy Baseball All-Star Edition: Which Players Do You Actually Want On Your Team?Just because someone is an All-Star in the eyes of Major League Baseball doesn't mean you need or want them on your fantasy baseball roster. In fact, it's mostly irrelevant to smart fantasy owners. By looking the hitters and pitchers in line for the big honor this week, you can find assets you have that other clueless owners might want in a trade. Think about how to exploit that weakness in your fantasy baseball league this weekend.
Always Be Looking For High Performers At Thin Fantasy PositionsCatcher and the three infield positions are often the most difficult to find good players on your fantasy teams, because the talent pool is so shallow. If you don't grab a stud at those positions early in your draft, you may get stuck with a revolving door of middling players all season long.
Yankees Shade RaysChris Young broke up Alex Cobb's no-hit bid in the eighth inning and then launched a three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth that rallied the New York Yankees to a 5-4 victory Thursday night over the stunned Tampa Bay Rays.
Rays Make it 2 at Fenway
Silent Night for Yankee Bats
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