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For each “D’oh!” that was Oswaldo Arcia or Kendrys Morales (note to self: avoid hyping Twins players in the second half), there is a Jesse Chavez or James Jones that has delivered a jolt to many teams. Here’s my first half All Waiver-Wire Team, along with what I mentioned about them at the time.
As much as I want to write a lengthy intro to this video raving about the athleticism of Billy Hamilton’s acrobatic bunt single, it might be best to just let the video speak for itself. Without further ado.
Hey baseball, sorry about not inviting you to the party. We’ve just, ya know, been busy, what with…um…our girlfriend…at the…store. Ahem.
The rookie ace of the Yankees, Masahiro Tanaka, was placed on the 15-day DL Wednesday due to inflammation in his throwing elbow. Here’s all you need to know about the injury, the DL stint, and the fantasy implications.
Everyone’s favorite Bigfoot jerky mascot was spotted this afternoon at a baseball game between the Rockies and the Padres, of course chowing down on his favorite brand of dried, salty beef. We have the video.
There’s nothing as fun as finding an Easter Egg in a video game (except finding a Cadbury Egg in a video game, but that’s messy). In this scene from “MLB 14: The Show,” the home plate ump shows Dodgers OF Yasiel Puig how to flip the bat and pose after crushing a pitch into the deep seats.
It’s late June, you’re in a mixed league and you have a roster spot available in the wake of one of your hitters making a trip to the disabled list. You take a quick look at the waiver wire before your stomach twirls in a howling lurch. That’s why I’m here. The stench is bad, yet if we both hold our noses, we’ll not only make it through with a Fantasy story to tell, but also with at least one player who can help in at least one category in both 4×4 and 5×5 standard leagues.
When the Phillies broadcasting crew was told they’d be calling yesterday’s game against the Braves from centerfield, Tom McCarthy never thought he’d be making a highlight reel play during the game. In fact, he said after the game that he only brought his mitt as a joke to play up the fact that the trio was calling the game from the stands. It sure came in handy when Freddie Freeman’s homer came right at him.