Tag Archives: Paul Goldschmidt

Inside The Matchup: Cubs vs Cards June 9, 2019

Joey Ricotta | June 9th, 2019

As of writing this, the Chicago Cubs are -163 Vegas favorites to beat the St. Louis Cardinals tonight. I wanted to start there because once the first pitch is thrown, everything is out the window and subject to change. Such a storied rivalry between the Cubs and Cardinals. This season it has been a tale of two fields. The home team has won every meeting so far this season. The Cubs are 5-0 at Wrigley and the Cardinals are 3-0 at Busch Stadium. Continue reading

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Opening Weekend’s Seven Hottest Hitters

John Supowitz | April 3rd, 2019

Opening weekend is in the books, and some surprise teams had a good weekend. We also had the opportunity to watch some superstar players try to make an impact on teams and some MVPs continue right where they left off. Here are the seven hottest hitters from this weekend.

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2019 St. Louis Cardinals Preview

John Supowitz | March 14th, 2019

The NL Central has the potential to be one of the most competitive divisions in baseball. Its division winner, the Brewers, made it to the NLCS, the Cubs made it to the Wild Card Game, up until the last week of the season, the Cardinals were competing, and Pirates also finished above . 500. The Reds were the only team not to have a winning record and are looking to change that by adding Yasiel Puig, Matt Kemp, and Sonny Gray to their roster.

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’19 First Base Top 15

Bruce Cagle Jr. | January 18th, 2019

Yesterday I brought the recap of the top 30 starting pitchers being taken in the NFBC drafts since the beginning of December. Today let us dive into the top 15 first basemen of these early drafts. Continue reading

Why You Should Acquire (Or Keep) Paul Goldschmidt

John Lepore | June 5th, 2018

One of the toughest decisions in fantasy baseball is if you should pick up or trade for a veteran who is having a bad season. Is he going to bounce back to career norms? Is he done and finally showing a significant decline?

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