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Happy Labor Day everyone, and as we say goodbye to summer, it is important to remember not to say goodbye to your fantasy baseball team as we roll through the last month of the season. Tonight we have a couple of returning players, one young one that I have all the hopes in the world for to finish the year strongly, the other is an older player that I gave up on long ago and took a lot of grief over my rankings of him before the season started. We have news on a couple of the more exciting young players in the majors, as well as an injury not for the Red Sox. But there is so much more than that as we come into the home stretch of the season so please don't miss Rounding The Bases.
Happy Hump Day from your friends at Fantasy Alarm as we enter the final week of the month of August. It is truly on the strong that still survive, and at this point it is always the smaller moves that make the difference between winning and losing. Tonight we have some news of some potential waiver trades that could be going down, a rehabbing star and what I think about his chances of contributing this year, a potential new closer in the Big Apple, a brand new dad, and returning young star who needs to ease up on the tweeting. It is now or never for your fantasy team so be sure to check out Rounding The Bases.
Welcome back to another edition of the Tuesday Top Ten list of relevant and newsworthy fantasy baseball stories. Now, without further adieu, here is the Tuesday Top Ten fantasy baseball headlines for August 9, 2011.
Another Friday, another night with a lot of news that involves the Disabled List. This season has brought with it more injuries than I ever remember. Of course this means that you have to get on board with Fantasy Alarm so you never start a hurt or benched player again! OK, enough of the shameless plug, We also talk about the most unbelievable leader in the wins category, a shortstop who has found his groove, and a rookie who continues to impress. As we welcome in Memorial Day Weekend, it is the perfect time to read up on the goings on in fantasy baseball and set your team up to take the championship, so enjoy tonight's Rounding The Bases.
It is a long week in fantasy baseball this week as every team is playing the full seven games, and this is one of the first days I can think of in a while where we haven't had a rainout. As usual there is a ton of injury news, as another of the New York Mets is looking at a stint on the DL, as well as much more. The king of fantasy baseball shifted to the other side of the diamond on defense tonight, and a Royals pitcher got absolutely crushed tonight. There were a lot of pitchers issuing walks tonight, and a new closer made it look easy on this night. As the injuries and rainouts continue to mount, it is increasingly obvious that you need to sign up for the Fantasy Alarm service so you don't miss out on the important lineup news for the guys on your team.
There is a LOAD of bad injury news this season, including two guys that you really didn't want to see in the same sentence as the word injury. One Yankee star continues to lead the league in long balls, while perhaps their best hitter took one in the dome today. There is a potential closer who is having trouble between the ears, and a catcher who is having trouble between the legs. We have a Twins closer blowing a game, while a hitter trying to keep them in it. Lastly there is a hot prospect who goes yard, while a returning speedster is stealing bags like it is his job. All of that and don't forget to sign up for the Fantasy Alarm service to be sure that you never have to start a benched player again.
It is hard to think of a guy who has had a better day than Ben Zobrist and I will tell you what you should do following this monumental performance. A closer by the bay looks like he might be getting it straight, and speedster in Texas takes off. We have one young pitcher who continues to deal, while another one wins but isn't as impressive. An injury prone superstar keeps it going, while a young hot corner player might be starting a hot streak. It was a shortened schedule on Thursday, but that doesn't mean there isn't anything important so be sure you check out Rounding The Bases.
As we head into the weekend series there is some new news on an injured outfielder and we get the diagnosis on another. A shirt thief pitches well and another returning pitcher deals in Atlanta. Dave Duncan is at it again in St. Louis and a hot start has gone cold. A couple of young sluggers go yard for the first time and the Tribe keep rolling. Of course don't forget about the Fantasy Alarm service where we send player updates directly to your cell phone via text message or right to your email inbox. Visit the home page, watch the video, and get signed up today!
Plenty to talk about tonight as we begin week 3 of the fantasy baseball season in style. Tonight we saw some big name players go down with injuries, a couple big league performances from part time players and a young starting pitcher who just had to have some T-shirts from his local Macy's department store. We're also going to give out some updates on guys who have been on the disabled list all season and let you know what you can expect of them in the coming weeks. So let's get it on with the latest edition of Rounding The Bases...
Happy Saturday to you all as another weekend of fantasy baseball is upon us. Tonight we have some injury news on some of the biggest names in the game, as well as a first round fantasy pick riding the pine on Saturday. There is talk of some pitching in Boston and in the Bronx, as well as speculating on how long this hot streak in Cleveland will last. Is it all for real? Speaking of for real, what about this guy in Kansas City that is suddenly lighting it up right when we all gave up hope on him? Don't forget to check out all the rest of the great content on Fantasy Alarm as we continue to help lead you to a fantasy championship!