Sunday, July 22, 2018

Mike Rose

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Week 10 Fantasy Bats to Target

Week 10 Fantasy Bats to Target

For a second straight week, my fantasy bat recommendations weren’t as impactful as I would’ve liked. Though five of the six all left the yard at least once, there wasn’t a whole lot more to speak highly of. Gleyber Torres is still an absolute stud and one that should be targeted in all leagues. Michael Conforto is yet to pick …

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Week 10 Fantasy Arms to Target

Week 10 Fantasy Arms to Target

Half of my six fantasy arms to target last week stepped up to the plate in big ways. Joe Musgrove is now solidified within Pittsburgh’s starting rotation, and is nearly 50 percent owned. If still available on your league’s waiver sire, snag him! Ryan Yarbrough and Wade LeBlanc also put forth solid efforts in their lone appearance. Dan Straily struggled in …

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Week 9 Fantasy Bats to Target

Week 9 Fantasy Bats to Target

My fantasy bat recommendations were a mixed bag of results last week. Austin Meadows and Jesus Aguilar each made major impacts, while Brandon Crawford and Christian Villanueva were commendable. Juan Soto dazzled in his first big league start, but fizzled the remainder of the week. Travis Jankowski cooled off dramatically. Regardless, here’s another six bats to add to your roster …

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Week 9 Fantasy Arms 6-Pack

Just about every fantasy arm recommended in last week’s piece made an impact if you were able to pluck them off the wire. Andrew Heaney showed well against the Yankees, while Nick Pivetta continued doing his thing. Jake Odorizzi commenced his bounceback campaign, while Ross Stripling had the best showing of the week versus the Padres. I split with my …

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6-Pack of Arms Your Fantasy Baseball Roster Needs Now

Solid showing last week with a number of my suggested fantasy baseball adds making impacts. The one that stood out the most was Jack Flaherty after registering 13 Ks and a win through 7.2 innings against the Phillies. Eduardo Rodriguez also picked up another quality start and win against the Orioles. Do what it takes to get these six pitchers …

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6-Pack of Bats Your Fantasy Baseball Roster Needs Now

The fantasy flames cooled off dramatically for a number of last week’s bat suggestions. It just goes to show how important it is to strike while the iron is hot. Be that as it may, there’s still plenty of time to find diamonds in the rough. With a number of younger guys getting recent calls up to the bigs, it’s …

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6-Pack of Bats Your Fantasy Baseball Roster Needs Now

Over the last three weeks, my premiere fantasy bat to snag has been Matt Adams, Jorge Soler and Gleyber Torres. Each is at least 65 percent owned right now and paying immediate dividends if you struck while the iron was hot. With a number of big time bats scuffling, you must make do with what’s available until they get back …

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6-Pack of Arms Your Fantasy Baseball Roster Needs Now

Not much to report back on with last week’s fantasy installment. Cahill hit the DL right out of the chute, and the remaining five suggestions didn’t do much to move the needle. I hope to make more of an impact this time around. Do whatever it takes to get these six pitchers on your roster by way of trade or …

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6-Pack of Bats Your Fantasy Baseball Roster Needs Now

6-Pack of Bats Your Fantasy Baseball Roster Needs Now

Jose Peraza and Jorge Soler were two of the most added fantasy players of the week heading into this week’s action. Looks like most of you listened to me – you’re welcome! There was also a swing and miss with Franchy Cordero, but I believe in the youngster’s talent. Here’s a look at this week’s must-adds to your respective roster …

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6-Pack of Arms Your Fantasy Baseball Roster Needs Now

6-Pack of Arms Your Fantasy Baseball Roster Needs Now

I told you to add Walker Buehler to your fantasy roster last week after putting him on your watch list the week prior. All he did was go out and toss six no-hit innings at the Padres in what amounted to the Dodgers first combined no-hitter. With all the recent injuries to LA’s starting staff, you just landed a premiere …

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