Monthly Archives: October 2011

Top 5 Potential Free Agents For 2012-2013

We all know that this year’s class of free agent hitters is a little bit top heavy, with Albert Pujols, Prince Fielder and then basically everybody else.  Teams need to ask themselves if they want to throw money around in … Continue reading

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Top 5 Free Agent Centerfielders For 2012

Centerfield is a position that many teams are looking for help, at least so it seems.  There are very few true impact players at the position, and that rings true to this season’s potential free agents class (though it’s possible … Continue reading

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Free Agent Bargains: Top 5 Discount Starting Pitchers Who Could Pay Dividends

We all know that starting pitching is at a premium in professional baseball.  How else do you explain some of the ridiculous contracts handed out to pitchers who are mediocre at best ($55 million for Gil Meche anyone)?  That’s not … Continue reading

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Projecting Free Agency: The Top 5 Most Likely Landing Spots For C.J. Wilson

There are only limited options for a top tier starting pitcher available this offseason.  Assuming CC Sabathia opts out of his contract and Yu Darvish is posted, there are three starting pitchers that teams will be lusting for.  The only … Continue reading

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Five Worst Free Agent Contracts From the 2009-2010 Offseason

We are now two years removed from the 2009-2010 offseason, giving us a much better idea of the contracts that worked and the ones that didn’t.  Just because someone struggled in year one of the contract (i.e. Carl Crawford recently) … Continue reading

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Top 5 Free Agent Starting Pitchers & Projections Where They May Land

It’s not a deep class of free agent pitchers this season, but that’s not to say that there aren’t options.  Let’s take a look at the best ones and where they may land: 5) Roy Oswalt The Phillies hold a … Continue reading

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The Next Two Weeks Are MLB Free Agent Weeks!

That’s right, with the World Series upon us, that means that the offseason is right around the corner.  We’ve already looked at a little bit of free agency, projecting the five most likely landing spots for Jose Reyes (click here … Continue reading

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Top 5 NL Cy Young Award Candidates For 2011

The 2011 season had some of the most brilliant pitching performances we have seen.  Instead of just one pitcher stepping up and pulling away from the pack, there were at least four pitchers who deserve consideration for the NL Cy … Continue reading

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Top 5 Most Likely Upsets In College Football (Weekend of October 22)

by Will Overton College Football is in the middle of the season where conference games are happening and anything can happen on any given weekend. This is the time of the year that if you take a game off you … Continue reading

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Projecting Free Agency: The Top 5 Most Likely Landing Spots For Prince Fielder

Prince Fielder is in an interesting position as he prepares for free agency.  Just look at the positives working in his favor: He will be just 27-years old at the start of the 2012 season, right in the prime of … Continue reading

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