Posts Tagged ‘Giancarlo Stanton’

Revisiting Bold Predictions: National League East

Back in March, I penned some bold predictions about every Major League team. I’m revisiting them division by division to see how I did. ATL – A healthy Dan Uggla doesn’t log 400 plate appearances for the Braves in 2014. I was so right about this one (the writing was on the wall). Uggla only [...]

Fantasy Baseball Rankings: Outfield

Seriously, was there any doubt who the top outfielder is? No, and not for the next 5 years. It’s Mike Trout until at least 2019. Last year’s NL MVP is the unanimous #2 OF, and after that, things start getting a little fuzzy.

Mock Draft Analysis – 12-team, 5×5 ESPN league

Mock drafts are never perfect and will never be able to fully simulate the thrill and indecision of a real fantasy draft. However, mock drafts can paint a broad picture of how the general public views this season’s crop of players. It also allows you to simulate certain decisions you’ll have to make during your [...]

Revisiting Christian Yelich

Christian Yelich made his major league debut on July 23 of this year against the Colorado Rockies. I wrote a piece about Yelich and fellow Marlins prospect Jake Marisnick. The 2 prospects fortunes have been quite different since their debuts in late July. Marisnick is currently hitting .186 and understandably isn’t getting regular playing time. [...]

Marlins to Promote Yelich and Marisnick

The Marlins aren’t messing around. They’re bringing up everyone this season. Monday they announced that they are calling up their top 2 prospects Christian Yelich and Jake Marisnick. Yelich is 21 years old and will patrol left field for the Marlins, while Marisnick is 22 and will man center. Right fielder Giancarlo Stanton will round [...]

Stanton to the DL

Giancarlo Stanton was placed on the 15 day DL with a strained hamstring. Stanton will undergo an MRI on Tuesday to assess the scope of the hamstring injury. He has been a slow starter, but was just beginning to heat up. He had 4 runs, 3 home runs and 5 RBI in last three games. [...]