Tag Archives: Jose Reyes

Fantasy Baseball Mock Draft Army – Review and Analysis (Draft #23)

On March 19, 2015, I participated in the Mock Draft Army’s 12-team, 5×5 mixed Roto fantasy baseball league.  For those of you who don’t know, Howard Bender (@rotobuzzguy) has created an army (hence the name) of fantasy experts who routinely participate in mock drafts with the public.  This has been an overwhelming success the past couple […]

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Fantasy Baseball Draft Review – FSWA Mixed 6×6 Roto League

On March 15, 2015, I participated in the Fantasy Sports Writers Association (“FSWA”) 16-team, 6×6 mixed Roto league captained by the one and only Jason Collette,  The unique aspect of this fantasy baseball league is that it has the following categories: Runs, Total Bases, RBI, Stolen Bases, On Base Percentage, Slugging Percentage, Strikeouts, Quality Starts, […]

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Passing Judgment: The Demise of Jose Reyes

Jose Reyes is one of the most exciting and electric players in all of baseball.  Being a Mets fan, I had the opportunity to watch him every day since he made his debut at 19-years old in 2003.  He came up with a lot of fanfare and certainly lived up to the hype as a […]

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Fantasy Baseball: Baseball Prospectus AL-only Mock Draft Review

On Wednesday, February 12, 2014, I participated in the Baseball Prospectus AL-only fantasy baseball auction mock draft. This was a 12-team, 5×5 Roto league which included some of the most prolific fantasy sports entities in the industry including Baseball Prospectus, Fox Sports, BaseballHQ, RotoWire, USA Today, Mastersball, and Fangraphs. Not only was I drafting with […]

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Fantasy Baseball: Fantasy Squads Mock Draft Review

On February 4, 2014 I participated in the FantasySquads.com fantasy baseball mock draft hosted on Fantrax. This was a 12-team mixed Roto league with standard 5×5 scoring categories.  The draft order was randomly selected just before the draft, so I was disappointed learning I had the 5th pick which meant I likely would not get […]

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Passing Judgment: better days ahead for the Mets

I am not going to sugarcoat the fact that being a Mets fan can be tortuous.  I am admittedly jealous of the many people I know who are Yankees’ fans and have been blessed with several World Series championships and annual playoff teams.  But I can’t help it…my first exposure to baseball was as a […]

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Passing Judgment: R.A. Dickey’s flaccid knuckleball.

As a die-hard Mets fan, I thoroughly appreciated and admired R.A. Dickey’s accomplishments during his three years in New York.  I remember when it was announced that the Mets had signed Dickey to a minor league contract before the 2010 season.  I made fun of the transaction because I had remembered how brutal Dickey had […]

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Fantasy Baseball: FSWA Draft Review – March 20, 2013

On March 20, 2013, I participated in one of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association (“FSWA”) fantasy baseball leagues hosted on ESPN. I had the fortune of being in a league with some of the best minds in fantasy baseball including Patrick DiCaprio, Paul Greco, Ben Pritchett, A.J. Mass, and Josh Kay. This is a 12-team […]

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Fantasy Baseball Rankings – Shortstop

Fantasy Baseball Rankings – Shortstop By: Kyle Brown (@CavghtLooking) The shortstop position is very difficult to dissect this season. In fact, you will not find more injury risk in the top tier of any other position. After the upper echelon of players, there is a grab bag of young breakout candidates, players who broke out […]

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The Verdict: Fantasy Baseball – The Bourn Fallacy

The latest rumors surrounding free agent outfielder Michael Bourn are that the Mets of all teams are interested in him.  The Mets, who finally signed their first free agent to a major league contract earlier this week (Shaun Marcum), are in desperate need of an outfielder after Scott Hairston signed with the Cubs for two […]

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