Every September, MLB rosters expand so minor-league players with potential can get a cup of coffee with the big-league team. No matter what the hype, avoid relying on these September call-ups to help your fantasy baseball team. Stick to the veteran players you know well and let the other owners in your league gamble on the rookies. You won’t regret it when the season ends with your team in first place. The other owners will be shaking their heads with regret for letting hype rule their decision-making processes.
The Washington Nationals pulled out a big win on the field Thursday night. Off the field, they didn’t do quite as well.
The MLB and MLBPA announced a new domestic violence policy over the weekend and they look like they got it right.
Danny Espinosa delivered a three-run, go-ahead double in the third inning of the Washington Nationals’ 9-5 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers.
When bad teams toss in the towel on the season, quite often they bring up young players from the minors that cut into the playing time of established veterans. This can hurt your fantasy baseball roster when your regular gets too many “days off” so the kids can get some playing time.
Ian Desmond hit a monster home run that ranks right up there with the longest in the 16-year history of AT&T Park. It meant little in another discouraging defeat for the Washington Nationals.
Every fantasy league has different rules, but most people play in standard Rotisserie leagues that feature limits on both games played by hitters and games started by pitchers—or some variation along those lines. You want to make sure your team isn’t going to go over those limits too soon!
Red Sox manager John Farrell said Friday that he had a “very treatable” form of cancer and would take a medical leave to deal with lymphoma.
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The Washington Nationals were able to string six hits together against Brett Anderson and come up with a five-run rally that blew the game open.