Saturday, August 31, 2013

Fantasy Baseball Daily Lineup Advice and Picks August 31st

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Daniel Murphy went 2 for 4 in the first meeting with Haren and is 7 for 11 with three doubles over his last three games overall.

Shane Victorino is 10 for 19 with 11 RBIs in five games overall and batting .438 in his last 12.

Avisail Garcia went 2 for 4 and homered for the second straight game. In 20 games with the White Sox, Garcia is batting .360 with those two home runs and 10 RBIs. He's 9 for 17 with five RBIs in the last four.

Josh Hamilton is 14 for 36 (.389) with four homers, three doubles and a triple in 10 lifetime games versus the Brewers.

Freddie Freeman is a career .376 hitter against the Marlins at home and is batting .462 with 14 RBIs and 13 runs over the past 14 matchups there. He's homered in each of the last two meetings at Turner Field, driving in five runs.

Todd Helton is 11 for 30 with four homers and 12 RBIs in his last eight games against the Reds.

Adrian Gonzalez, a member of the Padres from 2006-10, has also tormented his former team, hitting .354 with six homers and 18 RBIs over the last 20 games. That includes a .405 average while plating 10 runs in 10 matchups at Chavez Ravine.

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Friday, August 30, 2013

Fantasy Baseball Daily Lineup Advice and Picks August 30th

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Ian Desmond is 13 for 26 with three homers and eight RBIs over the last six games.

Alex Gordon has the second-most at-bats against Buehrle among available Kansas City hitters, going 7 for 28. Gordon is 8 for 22 with two homers and seven RBIs during the Royals' winning streak.

Brian McCann is hitting .344 with five homers and 15 RBIs over his last 17 home meetings with the Marlins, going 8 for 18 with two homers while plating five runs in five games this year.

Aramis Ramirez hit a solo homer Thursday to finish the trip 8 for 23 and now returns home, where he's hitting .309.

Troy Tulowitzki, 5 for 12 with two homers in their matchups. Tulowitzki, batting .409 in his last 12 games, has hit .424 with 11 homers and 23 RBIs in his last 18 against Cincinnati.

Paul Goldschmidt has fared especially well in his matchups against Lincecum, hitting five home runs while going 9 for 17 for a .529 average.

Martin Prado is 35 for 96 (.365) over his last 21 contests with 28 RBIs. He is 6 for 17 off Lincecum.

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Thursday, August 29, 2013

Fantasy Football My guess is better then yours

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By Mike Fabber
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My Guess is Better Than Yours( My Advice Brings All the Boys to the Yard) with Coach Mike Fabber Cash in Late

“You should listen to me because I have won thousands of dollars playing fantasy sports. But you shouldn’t listen to me because I have lost thousands of dollars playing fantasy sports.”- Coach Mike Fabber

Another week closer to real football means fantasy drafts are happening left and right. This past Sunday I had the most important draft of the year. I play many leagues (14 this year) but this one is the one! A bunch of guys that time has drifted apart - but not for this day, even though only half the league could actually make it this year (sad theme music) it was still an amazing time. Exactly what it was supposed to be: great food (that’s bad for you), lots of wise cracks, and even more laughs & memories I will hang onto for a long time. The draft might not have gone the way I was hoping in the mid rounds but it was still an amazing time. They made me think how I could recover in the late rounds with picks that gives me an immeasurable upside with no risk factor, so this is what I came up with:

Let me also vent something that has been driving me loony recently, especially with my twitter family. Do not buy the hype; there is no such thing as a 12th round bust!!! At this point you shouldn’t be drafting needs but rather just hopes. If these guys make your Cinderella run to a championship possible by showing up one week or 10 weeks awesome, if not no sweat it’s all free that late. If they don’t hit, it cost you nothing so let it go and claim away (waiver wire). So take some risk and reach a little if you really believe the 3rd back for the Dallas Cowboys will get a chance to surprise the world and give you bragging rights because you called it!!! So this is about cashing in late and some players with great value in their average draft position (ADP).

QB’S:

Eli Manning, QB NYG: Maybe you are new to football but this guy can play. He can put up top tier numbers and might again with everyone finally healthy. You can him in the 10th round and he might have a starter like year. Split backs in Brown and Wilson and a receiving core with big names like Cruz, Nicks, Randle, and Myers. This could be a steal!

Carson Palmer, QB ARI: He put up over 4,000 yards with a mediocre team at best in Oakland. Now he is with one of the best receivers in the game and a pass happy coach, I think the numbers will only get better. Of course you will live with the turnovers if he is scoring td’s while doing so but remember the more they get down the more he will throw. He is going in the beginning of the 12th round!

Ryan Tannehill, QB Mia and Phillip Rivers, QB SD: Both of them are going in the middle of the 14th round and both have some weapons to throw to. These guys can easily be perfect fill in guys for bye weeks or injuries and cost you nothing.

RB’s:

Bilal Powell, RB NYJ: You can grab him at the end of the 11th or beginning of 12th round. He is backing up a running back that has never carried the bulk of carries and is already dealing with injuries. He also looked good for the most part and is on a team that will have to establish the run if they want a chance to win games. This pick could turn out to be gold for your team in the 12th round, that’s beautiful!

LaMichael James, RB SF: Frank Gore is getting older and has a lot of miles under his belt already. I said I fear him breaking down this year and SF using change of style backs more often with a full blown read offense. James is available late in the 12th round and could turn into a starting back but will still see some action. This kid is quick like lightning and good hands, like to see him used out of backfield more in pass plays as well.

Joseph Randle, RB DAL: Ok, he hasn’t had a good preseason at all but neither did most of the Dallas backs. Murrey is fragile and Dunbar unproven so if anything goes down this youngster should get a chance to handle the ball. It might be a wait game but he is going as deep as the 14th round, why not take a chance on someone that could make some noise in the right situation. It might be a long shot but so is the lotto and we all bought a ticket for that before. Take a chance, worse case it’s a good way to make fun of me.

WR:

Emmanuel Sanders, WR PIT: This is Haley’s offense and the O-Line and running back position is already taking hits in the injury department. They have a tough road to travel and might have to let Ben loose to have a chance. This guy can play, catch, run, and crisp routes as well. He could easily be a top 20 receiver this year and he is going around the middle of the 10th round. I think so!!!!

Denarius Moore, WR OAK: I know, what about the QB situation but whomever it is they have to throw to someone. This guy could be a big time receiver if it wasn’t for the stink of Oakland but even there he is worth a late 12th round pick. He can end up being one of the bright spots of a terrible franchise and another losing year!

Brandon Lafell, WR CAR: I am not in love with this player even being on my favorite team. That being said you cannot beat a steady #2 WR that had a good year going till injury derailed it last year. Another year with Cam and Steve and he might be ready to take another step in the right direction. He is going in the late 14th round, that’s right 14th!!!! I mean if he gets you 0 points it wouldn’t be a bust but I bet he does better than that.

TE:

Greg Olsen, TE CAR: If you watched any ESPN highlights of Carolina this preseason you saw this guy getting the ball from Cam. They have a natural connection and it gets stronger every year. With the injuries in the backfield they will have to pass more and he has a way of getting open. He has good hands and is targeted in red zone often. You can wait till the 10th round normally to grab him up.

Zach Sudfeld, TE NE: This guy is 6’7” tall and joining a team that loves to target their Tight Ends. He will be the main TE till Gronk comes back but even after that he will fill Hernandez’s shoes (hopefully just on the field talent, not off). He could have the kind of year as one of the top TE’s in the game and it wouldn’t surprise me. So at the beginning of the 11th round you can get a game changer, sounds good to me.

Brandon Pettigrew, TE DET: This player has let me down the last couple years but this is the one he comes through for all of us. The Lions finally added a real threat in the back field and a couple receiving options other than Calvin. He should get more LB’s trying to guard him on the pass and I believe he can expose that often. He is also a big target in the red zone. I don’t mind the double TE sets in Detroit because in the late 13th round I can accept that with no sweat.

Once again you can reach me via email at Coachfabber@aol.com and on twitter @Coachf22. I will gladly answer any questions or just talk sports anytime. Good Luck and remember even later picks can get huge rewards for your team.

Fantasy Baseball Daily Lineup Advice and Picks August 29th

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Pedro Alvarez is 10 for his last 21 with four homers against Milwaukee righties -- including a solo shot off Kyle Lohse on Tuesday.

Chris Davis is 10 for 36 with five homers -- including his major league-leading 47th in Wednesday's loss -- and 11 RBIs in his last nine games

Dustin Pedroia is batting .400 over his last 14 games after getting four hits -- two doubles -- and four RBIs in this series. He's a .360 career hitter at home against the Orioles.

Brad Miller is batting .343 (12 for 35) in his last eight games, and went 5 for 13 with two homers and seven RBIs at Houston last month.

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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Fantasy Baseball Daily Lineup Advice and Picks August 28th

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Shane Victorino is hitting .444 with four homers, five doubles and 11 RBIs in his last nine games.

Bryce Harper is 3 for 6 with a homer and double when facing Alvarez and batting .405 over a nine-game hitting streak.

Jose Molina is 6 for 10 with two doubles, a home run and six RBIs in his last three games against the Angels.

Avisail Garcia has collected two hits in each of the first two games of this series and is batting .370 in his last 14 overall.

Matt Dominguez is 5 for 8 with three RBIs in this series and hitting .400 with five homers and 12 RBIs in his last 16 road games.

Robbie Grossman is batting .365 over a 14-game hitting streak.

Matt Holliday has hit .393 with 10 RBIs in the past eight meetings with Cincinnati, and he's 8 for 19 in the last two years versus Homer Bailey, the Reds' scheduled starter

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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Fantasy Baseball Daily Lineup Advice and Picks August 27th

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Bryce Harper is batting .394 with a homer and six RBIs during an eight-game hitting streak. Span has hit safely in nine straight, going 16 for 40 (.400).

Dustin Pedroia, batting .377 with eight runs in his last 12 games, is 4 for 10 lifetime against Chen.

Nick Swisher continued his roll Sunday, going 2 for 3 to leave him at 13 for 43 (.302) with three home runs and nine RBIs in his last 10 games.

Josh Hamilton has been swinging a hot bat of late, going 23 for 66 (.348) with three homers and nine RBIs in his last 16 games.

Billy Butler looks to improve on his .407 average against the Twins this season, his best against any opponent. Butler, batting .390 with four homers in his last 20 overall games, has 14 RBIs in those 16 matchups with Minnesota.

Zack Cozart, who is 8 for 21 in his last six games and has eight RBIs over the past four.

Buster Posey, who is batting .491 with six home runs and 14 RBIs over a 13-game hitting streak at Coors. He's reached base in 49 straight games overall against Colorado.

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Monday, August 26, 2013

Fantasy Baseball Daily Lineup Advice and Picks August 26th

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Yadier Molina, meanwhile, is batting .400 (14 for 35) during a nine-game hit streak against the Reds.

Robinson Cano, batting .464 in his last 14 contests, has played a part in the Yankees' success over Toronto by going 10 for 20 with three homers and nine RBIs in his last five matchups. Cano is also hitting .515 (17 for 33) during an eight-game hit streak in Toronto.

Jose Reyes is batting .393 in his last eight games against the Yankees and is 5 for 12 (.417) in his four this season. He's has a pair of home runs in his six career at-bats versus Hughes.

Darin Ruf has paced the offense of late, going 8 for 25 with three homers and six RBIs over the last five games. His nine homers since Aug. 2 lead the NL.

Jason Castro, though, is 9 for 17 with three homers over his last six games. He went 5 for 12 with two homers and five RBIs in three games against the White Sox this year.

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Sunday, August 25, 2013

Fantasy Football TE Rankings Non PPR

By SportsWiseGuy
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RankPlayerNFL
Team
Bye
Week
Injury
Status
AgeYrs
Exp.
Projected
Fantasy
Points
1Jimmy Graham Contract Year PlayerNO7 263184.3
2Rob GronkowskiNE10 243134.5
3Vernon DavisSF9 297126.3
4Greg OlsenCAR4 286113.9
5Tony GonzalezATL6 3716113.8
6Jason WittenDAL11 3110112.4
7Jared CookSTL11 264112.1
8Antonio GatesSD8 3310112.0
9Jordan CameronCLE10 252110.5
10Kyle RudolphMIN5 232109.0
11Jermichael Finley Contract Year PlayerGB4 265105.0
12Owen DanielsHOU8 30799.0
13Fred DavisWAS5 27598.0
14Brandon Pettigrew Contract Year PlayerDET9 28493.5
15Brandon MyersNYG9 27491.1
16Martellus BennettCHI8 26586.8
17Tyler EifertCIN12 22R85.0
18Coby FleenerIND8 24183.6
19Zach ErtzPHI12 22R81.6
20Robert HouslerARI9 25274.2
21Ed DicksonBAL8 26374.0
22Jermaine GreshamCIN12 25374.0
23Marcedes LewisJAX9 29774.0
24Dwayne AllenIND8 23173.5
25Zach MillerSEA12 27672.5
26Heath MillerPIT5 30870.1
27Scott ChandlerBUF12 28666.5
28Brent CelekPHI12 28663.6
29Delanie WalkerTEN8 29762.3
30David AusberryOAK7 25258.7
31Zach SudfeldNE10 24R57.0
32Julius ThomasDEN9 25250.5
33Jeff CumberlandNYJ10 26349.4
34Travis KelceKC10 23R48.0
35Jacob TammeDEN9 28544.0
36Tony SchefflerDET9 30743.9
37Lance KendricksSTL11 25243.7
38Dion SimsMIA6 22R43.0
39Kellen WinslowNYJ10 30942.1
40Luke StockerTB5 25242.0
41Anthony FasanoKC10 29740.4
42Ladarius GreenSD8 23139.6
43Craig StevensTEN8 28539.3
44Dallas ClarkBAL8 341038.3
45Dante Rosario---0 28638.1
46Garrett GrahamHOU8 27335.4
47Daniel FellsNE10 29735.2
48Matt SpaethPIT5 28632.4
49Vance McDonaldSF9 23R32.4
50Kellen DavisCLE10 27532.0
51Michael EgnewMIA6 23131.6
52Jordan ReedWAS5 23R31.5
53Anthony McCoySEA12 25329.4
54Tom CrabtreeTB5 27429.0
55Adrien RobinsonNYG9 24128.5
56Joel DreessenDEN9 31827.4
57Tony MoeakiKC10 26324.2
58John CarlsonMIN5 29522.4
59Jake BallardNE10 25321.7
60Niles PaulWAS5 24221.4
61Gavin EscobarDAL11 22R20.9
62Ben WatsonNO7 32920.0
63Visanthe ShiancoeBAL8 331020.0
64Steve ManeriCHI8 25319.9
65Matt FurstenburgBAL8 24R19.1
66Gary BarnidgeCLE10 27518.5
67Hayden SmithNYJ10 28118.5
68Richard GordonOAK7 26216.9
69John PhillipsSD8 26416.5
70Mychal RiveraOAK7 22R12.5
71Ben HartsockCAR4 33912.0
72Michael HoomanawanuiNE10 25311.4
73Jeff KingARI9 30710.8
74Rhett EllisonMIN5 2419.2
75Virgil GreenDEN9 2529.1
76Andrew QuarlessGB4 2438.0
77Bear PascoeNYG9 2747.2
78Lee SmithBUF12 2526.7
79Brett BrackettJAX9 2515.5
80Chase CoffmanATL6 2644.1