Tag Archives: Los Angeles Angels

Summary Judgment: Fantasy Baseball Recap for June 9, 2013

Here is the Court’s brief recap of the happenings in fantasy baseball for Sunday, June 9, 2013. 1. The revolving door of injuries.  It is difficult to keep track of who is coming and going on the disabled list as the laundry list of injured players has been quite extensive thus far.  There could be […]

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Smittydogs vs. Moneyball – 4 F.J. 57 (May 15, 2012) – Fantasy Baseball Trade Rejected (Braun/E.Jackson/D.Gordon)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Smittydogs vs. Moneyball ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE INCONTINENT LEAGUE Decided May 15, 2012 Cite as 4 F.J. 57 (May 2012)  Factual Background A rotisserie fantasy baseball league called The Incontinent League (hereinafter referred to as “roto league” or “IL” is an 11-team NL-only keeper league utilizing […]

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Passing Judgment – Dad first, athlete second.

The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim placed outfielder Torii Hunter on the restricted list so that he can attend to a personal matter back at his home in Texas.  It was reported that Hunter’s 17-year old son, Darius McClinton-Hunter, was one of several people arrested after a month-long investigation of sexual assault of a child.  […]

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Passing Judgment – Fielder of Dreams

In shocking news, the Detroit Tigers have signed free agent first baseman Prince Fielder to a nine year/$214 million contract.  After weeks and months of speculation as to where Fielder would end up, the Tigers stepped up and cast away the rumors about Washington and Texas being the favorites.  Fielder signed this deal over a […]

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Passing Judgment – Yu, Me, and Neftali

After outbidding every other team in the league for the rights to negotiate with Yu Darvish, the Texas Rangers finally signed the Japanese pitcher to a six year/$60 million contract.  The contract is in addition to the $51.7 million posting fee the Rangers must pay to the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters.  This financial investment in an […]

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The biggest winner of the 2011 winter meetings was Danny Glover.

The 2011 winter meetings are officially over.  There is no question that these meetings changed the landscape of major league baseball with the Miami Marlins and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim coming out with the biggest improvements to their respective franchises.  You may think that these two teams have absolutely nothing in common.  They are […]

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