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Rich Wilson

Week 5 Waiver Wire Pickups

WIth the promotion of Gleybar Torres, it might just be time for the kids to arrive.  We listed a number of high-end prospects that could add value to your team, but now is the time to add them.  Also, The Brandon Belt makes the list.  We find it a travesty that he is only owned […]

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Hot Prospects – Week 2

We are excited to present our second Hot Prospect list for the 2018 season.  While we were tempted to put Shohei Ohtani (ok, we’ll forget about his start this week against the Red Sox), we kept to our roots and only put “true” prospects on the list.  Then again, at the time of publication, Tyler […]

Week 4 Waiver Wire

It’s sometimes hard to know where to start when your fantasy team is besieged by injuries.  Do you make a move or try and hold on until your players are healthy.  It’s the age-old question that fantasy owners have been wrestling with for years.  In general, be aggressive, not stupid.  Yeah, I know, that’s a stupid statement.  […]

Hot Prospects – Week 1

The first week, and then some, of the minor league season is in the books.  As with their major league counterparts, some players have gotten off to fast starts and others, like our pre-season number overall ranked player, Ronald Acuna is batting below the Mendoza line. This weekly article, well hopefully weekly, will focus on […]

Week 3 Waiver Wire

The baseball season is in full swing and injuries and cold starts are once again in full bloom.  The Great Tim McLeod gives you a list of 20 names that can help your team.  Two of our particular favorites are Tyler Mahle, ranked number 94 on our pre-season Top 100 prospect list and Colin Moran […]

P361 Waiver Wire – Week 2

The season is underway and our waiver wire is filled.  Pitchers to catchers to closers.  Some of these guys could make a difference for you for the year.  The list can be found here.

P361 Waiver Wire – Week 1

It’s never too early to pick up guys.  Perhaps you drafted Luke Gregerson or MadBum.  What to do?  Look no further than our first waiver wire of the season.   The list can be accessed here. Here’s to good fortune for a great 2018 baseball season.  

NL Impact Rookies

The recent tanking of a number of National League teams to build their farm system has been an exercise in patience for their fans.  The result is a glut of near MLB-ready players who should finally get their chance this year.  Not everyone will work out and handicapping the success is a dicey exercise, but […]

2018 Rankings of Fantasy Relief Pitchers

Every season, fantasy owners chase saves.  It’s both the maddening part of fantasy baseball as well as the thrilling part, or at least some people tell me.  We have ranked each closer for the 2018 season as well as their backup and in many cases, the backup the backup.  The line this year as to closers with secure […]

AL Impact Rookies

Opening Day is only a few weeks away and fantasy drafts are upon us.  Everyone is looking for the next Mike Trout or Trea Turner that can bring them a championship. While the American League rookie crop is not quite as strong as that of the National League, there are still a number of players […]