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Happy Sunday everyone as another week of the fantasy baseball season is over as we creep closer and closer to the dog days of the baseball year in August. It is the first few days after the all-star break and a bunch of post hype-prospects are really hot right now, read further to see if I believe in any of them. We have a pitcher recently returning from the DL that is looking good, while one of the first half's best pitchers finally takes one on the chin. Finally we have news on why you should have never been worried about Neftali Feliz, and what I think about Daniel Hudson's start. Crack a cold one, sit back, relax, and enjoy Rounding The Bases.
Happy Hump Day fantasy baseball players! It is a great day across much of the fantasy baseball landscape, for once we actually have more players coming back from injury than we have going out because of injury. We have the best player on the planet coming back to the lineup, Boston's favorite son returned to their lineup, and in the Bronx a much needed starting pitcher found his way back to the mound. Unfortunately while the Sox gained a hitter, they lost another pitcher, and in Cleveland one of April's star seemed to be back on track. My pitch streamer choices earlier in the week were my worst since I started doing this, but don't lose faith yet, I will be back. I don't want to ruin all of the fun news of the night, so now I am forcing you to read the rest of Rounding The Bases.
Happy Hump Day to all of you fantasy baseball players as we creep ever closer to the Midsummer's Classic. As if the Yankees haven't been good enough, we will give you good news on two of their starting pitchers. We have a couple of rookies who are totally living up to expectations, as well as a starting pitcher who lived up to my expectations by going on the Disabled LIst. Of course don't miss out on my pitch streamer pick for Friday and check out the results of the past couple of days. It is still not too late to use the Fantasy Alarm service to maintain your rosters on a daily basis as we will send player news right to your email inbox or to your cell phone via text message. Check out the home page to lear more, but for now enjoy Rounding The Bases.
It is another weekend in fantasy baseball and again we have a bunch of injury news. We have a highly touted pitcher who struggled out of the gate is getting closer to returning, while two high round picks are both out of their team's lineup. And of course we have plenty of news and notes from today's games including two high strikeout/high ERA pitchers squaring off, a struggling second baseman trying to break out, a couple of pitchers trying to turn their season around and a couple of guys under the radar who are getting the job done.
Greetings and salutations to the fantasy baseball universe. It is everybody's favorite day of the week (and by everybody I mean nobody), so that means it is time for the Tuesday Night Top Ten list of newsworthy fantasy baseball happenings. We are now in Week 11 of the season which is hard to believe because it feels like just last week was Week 10. So without further adieu, here are your headlines for this Tuesday night.
Welcome back to the second installment of the Tuesday Top Ten. If you are a fan of alliteration, then you should really enjoy that title. If you do not know what alliteration is, then do yourself a favor and look it up. Since it is Tuesday, I will be ranking the ten most newsworthy fantasy baseball events and stories for you in an order that is purely based on my own subjective criteria. Without further adieu, here is your Tuesday Top Ten:
Tonight's article is capped with a double dose of bad news for players on either end of the country and either end of the ball game as a starter in New York and a closer in Los Angeles both have bad news attached to their player profiles. Staying at the back end of the bullpen, there was not bad news, but bad production in the Lone Star State, and then a starter in the midwest gets a raw deal again. We have a report on a high end pitcher returning from injury and one of the hottest hitters in baseball could be north of the border. We look at this and so much more in this version of Rounding The Bases.
According to reliable sources such as the internet and high school students, Tuesday is the least popular day of the week. In an effort to bring some respect, credibility and entertainment back to Tuesdays, I will be paying homage to David Letterman and provide a weekly Top 10 list for newsworthy fantasy baseball events that take place. Each event will have a brief description including what, if any, impact it has on fantasy baseball. The ranking is completely subjective so do not even think of challenging my authority. In fact, in the words of Eric Cartman, you will respect my authority! Without further adieu, here is the debut of the new Tuesday Top Ten List (as of 10:15 PM EST):
Happy Monday from your friends at Fantasy Alarm! We have some disturbing news from the Bronx about one of our favorite pitchers coming into the 2011 season, and it looks like it might lead to an extended absence. Tonight I will give you two guys that I absolutely can't stand, and one that I think you need to jump on sooner rather than later. I am declaring myself the leader of a new bandwagon, and also we gloat a little about what appears to be a new closer on the South Side of Chicago.
We have the usual Thursday abbreviated schedule again today, and there also seems to be a lack of great performances as well. One of my "favorite" all time fantasy players needs a day off, a former caveman comes through in a big way, and we realize that it is just Tex being Tex. I realize that I might have a new man crush in Kansas City, while another one takes it on the chin in the Bronx. Another Phillies pitcher rolls through a lineup, and a Marlins hurler drives me nuts. It is all in a day's work here at Fantasy Alarm, and remember if you started Joe Mauer tonight, that you would have known to get him out of your lineup if you had signed up for Fantasy Alarm. Check out the homepage to find out more about fantasy baseball's secret weapon!