Posts by Fantasy Baseball Crackerjacks
FantasyBaseballCrackerjacks.com breaks down Red Sox OF Mookie Betts and discusses whether or not he should be first round pick in 2016 drafts.
Fantasybaseballcrackerjacks.com looks at Chicago Cubs Starting Pitcher Jake Arrieta and what you can expect from him in the future including 2016 in fantasy
Fantasybaseballcrackerjacks.com takes a look at some pitchers return from injuries that caused them to miss last season. Find out who may be available.
Fantasybaseballcrackerjacks.com takes a look at Diamondbacks starting pitcher Chase Anderson and why he should be owned in all of your fantasy leagues.
Fantasybaseballcrackerjacks.com give you everything you need to know on Pirates starter Charlie Morton and how he can improve your fantasy team.
FantasyBaseballCrackerjacks.com breaks down Mariners closer Fernando Rodney and discusses his future. Is it time to make Carson Smith the closer in Seattle?
The Chicago White Sox rotation was regarded as one of the best in the league during Spring Training. However, suspensions and poor performances have hurt the Sox’ chances on winning the division. The team called up rookie pitcher Carlos Rodon to be a part of the bullpen, but will now be a permanent fixture in the rotation. If he is available, go pick him up.
Madison Bumgarner looks mortal, Jordan Zimmerman is walking people, Danny Salazar is slithering out from Triple A, and it’s already the end of Week 2. Remember that patience is the best virtue in fantasy baseball; don’t drop any of the established players you drafted in the early rounds for a flash in the pan. Cursing Mat Latos and his descendants is healthy, but dropping him for Ubaldo Jiminez is an overreaction. Here are three hitters and three pitchers to buy or sell after Week 2.
While two weeks is not a big enough sample size to make judgements about your team, there are certain players that can be judged after just two weeks. One of those players has made a big splash for his team and the small percentage of fantasy owners that have him. Stephen Vogt of the Oakland Athletics is becoming a focal point of that team and is worth picking up off the waiver wire to help your team.