Tag Archives: MLBTwitter

Thirsty For Some 7&7? Here Are The Seven Best Hitters

John Supowitz | May 21st, 2019

You know the rules: the seven best hitters of the week. Continue reading

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Deep Dive: Alex Verdugo

Marcos Mendoza| May 20th, 2019

The former top prospect for the Dodgers, Alex Verdugo hasn’t had many opportunities to take over a starting role for the Dodgers. This season with the departures of Matt Kemp and Yasiel Puig (via trade) he has received more playing time and has flourished in his new role.

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Stream Machine: May 21-23

Kody Clawson| May 20th, 2019

Rules are around for a reason. I have a few rules when I look at streamer picks, not only for myself but for when I do this article as well. I don’t pick Rockies pitchers. I don’t pick pitchers pitching in Colorado visiting. I typically don’t pick prospects pitching in their first game up unless they’re elite talents facing an excellent matchup. And I don’t pick pitchers coming off of injury unless they’re a number one or two fantasy starter facing an excellent matchup, which you normally wouldn’t get in a streamer option anyway. Well, I decided to pick Steven Matz for us all anyway, and he proceeded to get decimated by the Marlins. THE MARLINS?!? He allowed two runs on five hits and two walks in 3.2 innings pitched, though he at least got six strikeouts out of the ordeal. It just goes to show you, kids: follow the rules, especially the ones you put on yourself. They’re usually there for a reason. Continue reading

Will Wilson Draft Preview

Givanni Damico | May 20th, 2019

Will Wilson, SS (NC State)

Height: 6’0”
Weight: 184 LBs
Age: 20
Bats: Right
Throws: Right
2018 Stats: .307/.376/.588, 15 HR, 53 RBI, 41 SO, 27 BB
2019 Stats (as of May 18, 2019): .361/.450/.703, 16 HR, 56 RBI, 39 SO, 31 BB
Hit: 50 Power: 50 Run: 40 Arm: 50 Field: 50 Overall: 50 Continue reading

Deep Dive: Amed Rosario

Givanni Damico | May 19th, 2019

I have decided to join Frank in his “Deep Dive” articles because it’s a great concept that puts a spotlight on underperforming players who aren’t reaching their full potential. Amed Rosario had loads of potential when he got the first call-up but he has fallen out of favor. Let’s dive into it. Continue reading

3 Break-Outs in Progress

Matt Bishop | May 17th, 2019

Every baseball season, we see a few new names at the top of the early leader-boards and some familiar faces. No matter the player or prospect pedigree, most hot starts fall off, while the elite can maintain and finish on a high note. But how can we tell if a hot April is sustainable or just a hot streak? Digging into a player’s profile can tell you if they are doing something they have never done before. Here are three players that are currently breaking out.

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