Here's a look at Saturday's fantasy links of interest:
John Sickels takes a look at Rays future (current?) closer Jake McGee in his Prospect of the Day post over at Baseball Nation and Minor League Ball. I think McGee eventually wrests the closer job in Tampa, and Sickels says he needs to work on his command before becoming the Rays closer.
Rotograph's Brian Joura takes a look at a few two start pitchers for next week, and says you should hang onto Dice K. I wouldn't. Very curious why one would still be rostering Dice K.
Jim Margalus from South Side Sox knows why Alex Rios is off to a slow start in 2011, and grounders are the culprit. He is also pulling everything according to the spray charts he includes in his article.
Rotohardball's Michael Barr writes part III of his series on Dodgers starter Clayton Kershaw. He provides all kinds of graphs and charts to support his analysis on the improvements Kershaw has made on the mound in the last year or so. Neo? C'mon!!!
More fantasy links after the jump:
Paul Sporer from Baseball by Paul takes a look at how amazing Cliff Lee's start was on Thursday night vs the Nationals. His start was only the 10th of its kind in major league history. What did he do that was so fantastic? Click the link.
Here is part 2 of Matt Hagen's Top 100 prospects in baseball for 2011.
Jeffrey Gross from THT published his The Waiver Wire series with a look at some early NL assets that look promising, despite their ownership percentage.
Josh Shepardson from THT published This week's American League side of Waiver Wire and looks at some under-owned players who offer a bit of something for everyone.
Baseball Nation's Rob Neyer asks if Troy Tulowitzki's hot start pushed him past Albert Pujols as baseball's greatest player? He say he has a hard time coming up with someone better than Tulo right now.