Tag Archives: Matt Cain

Ballbusters vs. Miami Exxpos – 6 F.J. 238 (June 8, 2014) – Fantasy Baseball Trade Review (D.Ortiz/M.Cain/F.Liriano)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Ballbusters vs. Miami Exxpos ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE JABRONI LEAGUE Decided June 8, 2014 Cite as 6 F.J. 238 (June 2014) Factual Background A rotisserie fantasy baseball league called the Jabroni League (hereinafter referred to as “JL” was established in 1999 and is hosted on CBS.  […]

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Ballbusters vs. Logan’s Heroes – 6 F.J. 107 (April 28, 2014) – Fantasy Baseball Trade Review (M.Holliday/M.Cain/A.Gordon)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Ballbusters vs. Logan’s Heroes ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE JABRONI LEAGUE Decided April 28, 2014 Cite as 6 F.J. 107 (April 2014) Factual Background A rotisserie fantasy baseball league called the Jabroni League (hereinafter referred to as “JL” was established in 1999 and is hosted on CBS.  […]

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Fantasy Baseball: Blog Wars Draft Review

On March 24, 2014, I participated in the Sons of Roto Blog Wars fantasy baseball auction draft. It is a 13-team, mixed AL/NL roto league with standard 5×5 categories hosted on Yahoo with some of the best writers in the industry. My roster is listed below with the prices I paid to obtain them. I […]

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Passing Judgment: KFFL BAD Fantasy Baseball – Draft Analysis

Over the past few weeks, I have been participating in the KFFL Baseball BAD Fantasy Baseball Draft hosted on RTSports.com. It has been a slow-style draft with a two hour limit per pick. BAD is comprised of 15 teams and is an AL/NL mixed 5×5 Roto league consisting of some of the best fantasy baseball […]

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Summary Judgment: Fantasy Baseball Recap for June 1, 2013

The calendar has turned to June which means a significant chunk of the 2013 MLB season has already been played.  June 1 also marks the one year anniversary of Johan Santana’s historic no-hitter which was the first and only in Mets’ history.  While Santana is out for the year with another shoulder injury, other former […]

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Passing Judgment: Fantasy Baseball – Bitching About Pitching

Starting pitchers have a certain value depending on what type of fantasy baseball league you play in.  In roto leagues, you clearly want pitchers who will get wins or quality starts along with a high strikeout rate, low ERA and low WHIP.  There are a handful of pitchers who are generally accepted as being considered […]

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Fantasy Baseball: The State of Play (Week 5)

The State of Play – Week 5 By: Kyle Brown (@CavghtLooking) Week 4 Report Card: Andrew McCutchen responded to my article by hitting .375/.400/.625 last week. I expect this trend to continue for the remainder of the summer. Cutch is going to put together another MVP-caliber season. Matt Cain’s last start was decent, but not […]

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Fantasy Baseball: The State of Play (Week 4)

The State of Play – Week 4 By: Kyle Brown (@CavghtLooking) Week 3 Report Card: Clay Buchholz: The enigmatic Boston pitcher continued to pitch well last week. He struck out ten Astros in seven innings of work. Seeing as how the start was against the Astros it has done nothing to change my mind about Buchholz. Trade […]

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Fantasy Baseball Rankings – Starting Pitchers (Part 1)

Fantasy Baseball Rankings – Starting Pitchers (Part 1) By: Kyle Brown (@CavghtLooking) When ranking starting pitchers for standard 5×5 leagues I only focus on strikeouts, WHIP, and ERA. Whether or not a pitcher has 10 wins or 15 wins largely comes down to chance. Obviously, a good pitcher on a good team will have more […]

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On the Docket – June 14, 2012

Welcome to the second edition of Fantasy Judgment’s On the Docket.  It was quite an eventful day in Major League Baseball with some historic pitching performances.  Let’s get right into it. Cain is able Clearly motivated by the desire to spend time with the lovely Kate Upton, Giants pitcher Matt Cain pitched a perfect game […]

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