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Who is going to win the World Series in 2012?


Wednesday's Wheelhouse Jaunt
Written by Shawn Lindsey

Things have been looking a little bleak here at the FBA Arena. It’s time that someone steps up to the plate to try and bring a little life, noise and vigor to these quiet arbitration halls. You see, I think I know where everything has gone wrong here. Once cases started being heard by the Supreme Court judges over at Sporting News the action in the FBA Arena has calmed down. Apparently no one wants to become a distraction to the important fantasy litigation that is taking place because we all know the squeaky wheel is the first to go. But I am here to inform you all that Wednesday’s Wheelhouse Jaunt is going to become a weekly FBA Arena fixture! And with a little luck and some help from Billy Mays it could very well become a household name.
Super Utility Men
Written by Charles Dimino

Having a player on your roster that can play three or more positions can be invaluable in fantasy baseball.  When a top guy goes down, a good utility man can be a life savor for you season.  Three guys I have had my eye on this year have not only turned out to be excellent fixtures for you bench, but also solid starters for your team as well.  Mark DeRosa , Brandon Inge, and Marco Scutaro are the three men that have garnered a great deal of attention in the market of fantasy utility men so far this year.

Case: Keeper League Draft Slots

 Manny PEDing Manny and Futile Stadium Effort  vs.  Research Department Baseball League


Case: Honey Nut Ichiro vs. Taco Tuesdays
Case: Bangers R You vs. BFD
Written by Administrator


Check out Fantasy Baseball Arbitration getting some press in today's edition of USA Today's Sports Section! Page 3...

Top 3 AL MVP Picks
Written by Charles Dimino

The AL MVP race (with no star from a top notch team establishing position as a favorite so far) looks like it will be a little closer than the NL this season.  A few guys have proven themselves worthy for the crown, however in this young season,  here are my top three picks for AL MVP so far this year.

1. Even Longoria. 3B Tampa.

AL Studs and Duds
Written by Shawn Lindsey


Zack Greinke. P Kansas City. 6-0 record through his first six starts, 0.40 ERA, 54 K’s and a WHIP of 0.84. No, its not Halladay, Beckett or C.C. Sabathia; it’s Zack Greinke. Greinke has been the best pitcher in baseball so far and has helped solidify the Kansas City Royals as a division contender. When Greinke can pitch the lights out, the Royals are as good as anyone. And just one more parting nugget about Greinke, he has yet to give up a homerun.

Top 3 NL MVP Picks
Written by Charles Dimino

Winning a MVP in the majors puts a player into an elite fraternity that solidifies them as truly a head above their peers in the league.  The Most Valuable Player does not only put up great numbers, but (with the exception of A-Rod in Texas) elevates their team to playoff contention.  It is truly the pinnacle of awards in Major League Baseball.  Here are my three picks for the NL MVP.

To Sleep or to Reap?
Written by Aaron Kahle

You know, every week I sit down and eye my fantasy baseball team, I have two thoughts in my mind: who goes to the Sleeper Room and who gets sent to the Reaper’s Doom? Sleepers are still fantasy free agents and the others are already on most teams but need an appointment with Death (fantasy Death, that is)
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