The 20,000 fans in attendance at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh 57 years ago today likely didn’t know how much baseball history they would be witness to.
It’s a weird thing being a fantasy baseball sleeper. It isn’t exactly a compliment, but it isn’t the worst thing in the world, either.
There aren’t any easy answers when it comes to fantasy baseball. Ask anyone who drafted Tim Lincecum.
Maybe our first round fantasy picks aren’t quite as important as we think. Actually, maybe the same could be said about pretty much all our picks through, like, Round 13.
Pirates fans have little sympathy for Cubs fans.
This was supposed to be the year. When everyone else was worrying about Christmas presents and snow blowers, you were poring over second-half splits, possible platoon players and middle relievers on the verge of promotion. Then the season started.
It’s nothing personal, LeBron. You’ve just been caught up in a societal shift that causes us as a culture to instinctively want to build up icons only to tear them back down.
Everyone (except Wolverine and Cal Ripken Jr.) gets hurt now and then. But you can certainly take the necessary precautions to limit your team’s factory recall rate.
Each season, a handful of pitchers rise from semi-obscurity into fantasy stardom, and those are the guys who make and break seasons. Guys like who? Glad you asked.
The upcoming 2012 season is without question the singularly most important for the Bucs since 1992.