Just because someone is an All-Star in the eyes of Major League Baseball doesn’t mean you need or want them on your fantasy baseball roster. In fact, it’s mostly irrelevant to smart fantasy owners. By looking the hitters and pitchers in line for the big honor this week, you can find assets you have that other clueless owners might want in a trade. Think about how to exploit that weakness in your fantasy baseball league this weekend.
The Royals evened things up with the Giants in Game 2 of the World Series. Here are 5 things you missed.
Nobody expected the Yankees to replace Robinson Cano overnight, but one would have figured they’d be the last team to get beaten to the punch for other players at second base. But yet, that seems to be the case a bit.
The Yankees were hesitant to give Infante more than three years, and the Royals decided to give the versatile infielder an extra year to help consummate the deal.
The Yankees might do it by committee, but they are hell bent on replacing Robinson Cano at second base.
The Yankees are expected to re-sign superstar second baseman Robinson Cano this offseason. But if they don’t? There needs to be a contingency plan.
Nobody wants a player of Cano’s ability to get himself thrown out of a game, but could he at least show us he has a pulse?
“The technology is available,” said Girardi. “That’s what our country has done. We have evolved technology to make things better. Yeah, let’s have instant replay. And not just, not just home run, fair, foul. Let’s have instant replay.”
David Wright collected four hits as the Mets defeated the Marlins on Saturday 9-3.
Jason Heyward hit a three-run homer to cap a six-run inning spurred by David Wright’s error and the Atlanta Braves shook off the road blues by starting a critical nine-game trip with a 6-4 victory over the New York Mets on Friday night.
All it took was a trip back home for the Atlanta Braves to return to their winning ways. The New York Mets, on the other hand, have to be wondering if they’ll see a winning record again in 2010.