With Spring Training almost at its end, Dr. Roto goes around the majors to examine the most recent injuries affecting Fantasy Baseball owners.
Spring training battles are winding down. Which players have enhanced their value as Opening Day approaches?
Can the top American League rookies of 2011 pull an encore performance? Ben Carsley knows.
Damian Schaab can write about lefties and righties. If only all MLB players were so talented.
Minnesota meant headaches for most Fantasy owners in 2011. Will 2012 be any different?
While many may argue Chase Utley has become allergic to Opening Day, we have confirmation his knees are indeed the cause. Now watch as he tumbles down draft boards for a second consecutive year.
|-A-|-B-|-C-|-D-|-E-|-F-|-G-|-H-|-I-|-J-|-K-|-L-|-M-|-N-|-O-|-P-|-Q-|-R-|-S-|-T-|-U-|-V-|-W-|-X-|-Y-|-Z-| Steve Lombardozzi (2B, Nationals) GPBP: 2B-3/3B-3/SS-1 Key Stats: 54 SB in the Minors Bats: R Age: 23 AL/NL $: 2-3 Mixed $: NA Target Round: NA Yr Tm G AB R H
What can you expect from the rookies of 2011? Ben Carsley knows.
Confused by advanced pitching statistics? Here is the article for you.