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The Sports Archives – Does Acquiring Multiple Top Prospects For Veteran Stars Pay Off?

Teams trading away a star player for multiple prospects try to convince their fans that they will end up with a greater number of good players.  Perhaps the best prospect haul in recent years came when Texas traded Mark Teixeira … Continue reading

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The Sports Archives – Fantasy Baseball: 2013 Top 10 Closers!

Where you play daily fantasy sports or season-long fantasy baseball, you need to have a strategy. A good start is by having a list of the top players for each position. Here is a list of the top ten closers … Continue reading

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The Sports Archives – Josh Beckett and Jon Lester: Fried Chicken, Beer, and Bad Pitching!

Remember back when the Boston Red Sox used to have great starting pitching? They won two World Series in four years thanks in no small part due to the arms of pitchers like Curt Schilling, Pedro Martinez, Josh Beckett, and … Continue reading

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The Sports Archives – Ichiro Suzuki: Still Kicking It!

Ever since Ichiro Suzuki came from Japan to the United States in 2001 to play Major League Baseball, he has brought his own star with him.  Ichiro – he is known by his first name, not his last – made … Continue reading

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The Sports Archives – Putting A-Rod in Perspective

Alex Rodriguez’ days of being in the conversation for top player picked in a fantasy draft are long gone. His days of being a top 50 pick (he had an average draft position of 44.8 in Yahoo! drafts this season) … Continue reading

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The Sports Archives – Adam Dunn: Back in Action?

When you pick Adam Dunn for your fantasy baseball team, you have to be aware that he is not your typical ballplayer. You will never get a high batting average from him – his career average is .243, and the … Continue reading

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The Sports Archives – Bobby Abreu: Is He a Good Sleeper Pick?

It sure looked like Bobby Abreu’s career was over when he was released from the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim earlier this season, in order to make room for rookie phenom Mike Trout. After all, Abreu was hitting just .208, … Continue reading

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