Prospect Spotlight: Brett Cecil

6 foot 2 inch left-handed pitcher with a filthy slider.  That description could be used on Francisco Liriano, but the same can also be said for Toronto Blue Jays Brett Cecil.  Cecil is a converted closer taken 38th overall in the 2007 Draft out of Maryland.  Since Cecil comes from a closer background, the Blue […]

Can’t Buy a Win?

Money can buy a lot of things, but it can’t buy you love, happiness or a major league win.  Using the Team Salaries from 2008 from CBS Sportsline, we notice that the correlation between Wins and Team Salary is .327, which is OK, but nothing significant.  Every year there is a small-market team that makes […]

2009 Sleepers: Outfielders Part II

In Part II of our Outfield Sleepers, we will introduce to you five more Outfielders that should exceed their ADP by a generous amount.  Instead of taking a boring low upside player towards the end of your draft, consider drafting these potential studs because their upsides are through the roof. 1. Adam Jones, Bal. Mariners […]

2009 Sleepers: Outfield

10 of the Top 25 hitters last season were outfielders, so it’s not a shock that you can find some filthy sleepers in the Outfield department. In fact there are so many potential Outfield sleepers that I will divide this into two parts. This will be the first part, and will include five outfielders that […]

2009 Sleepers: Shortstop

Is being strong up the middle important for your Fantasy team, or does that only hold true for real-life teams?  Well, you can win your league with or without a great shortstop, so I would suggest that building a strong core “up the middle” is slightly overrated, for Fantasy purposes at least.  In no way […]