For those of you who may have missed a few of our articles, here is a summary of our articles for the week:
I wrote up the results of the minor league portion of the UBA NL-Only keeper league draft that took place last Friday over at Minor League Ball this morning.
Jeremy wrote about Carlos Gomez who tantalizes fantasy owners with his blazing speed but it goes to waste due to an inability to reach base safely. Is 2011 the year Gomez breaks out?
SB Nation Introduced Baseball Nation on Opening Day of the baseball season, and I am on that page all day long. Good stuff.
Much like Jose Bautista, Edwin Jackson made some mechanical adjustments late in the season that led to dramatic improvement to his results. The young White Sox pitcher may be able to carry those improvements over into 2011 and have a very strong year.
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Ross wrote up Cardinals starter Jaime Garcia and concluded that his 2010 season was no fluke. Jaime Garcia is for real.
Jeremy took a look at a few of the top pitchers to track in the International League in 2011. We could see a few of these pitchers in the big leagues this season.
Jeremy also reviewed the Pacific Coast League pitchers fantasy owners should keep their eye on this season. The Pacific Coast League is not a friendly place for pitchers but if there are hurlers who are up to the task it's this lot.
Evan addressed some players fantasy owners should put in their lineups this weekend including Mitch Moreland and Anibal Sanchez.
Jeremy addressed whether fantasy owners should worry about Red Sox shortstop Marco Scutaro. Does the scrappy infielder have one more strong showing in him or has his time as a roto rock come to an end?
Ray addresses several notable performances in Sunday's Roto Roundup: Evan Longoria to the DL, Craig Kimbrel the Full-time Closer in ATL?
More notable performances are highlighted in Wednesday's Roto Roundup: Tim Lincecum Ks 13, Adam Dunn Has An Appendectomy
Thursday's notable performances are highlighted in this Roto Roundup: Edwin Jackson Ks 13, Roy Halladay Is Roy Halladay
Jeremy highlights the notable AAA performances on Opening Day of the Minor League season! A peek at some of AAA's top prospects and how they fared on opening day. PLUS a look at super prospect Bryce Harper's pro debut.
Jeremy highlights the performances of some of the best AA prospects. A look at early AA action and how Bryce Harper fared in his second professional game.
Friday's top performers and other thoughts in this Roto Roundup: Hanley Ramirez Suffers Leg Injury, Manny Ramirez Retires