Tag Archives: Tampa Bay Rays

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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On the Docket – June 21, 2012

Old men fighting is awesome In what would surely be more entertaining than a Pacquiao/Bradley rematch, the main event for WrestleMania XXIX is shaping up to be Davey Johnson versus Joe Maddon in a Pine Tar on a Pole match.  The two managers have waged a war of words since Johnson had Rays’ relief pitcher […]

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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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Passing Judgment – Speed Can Kill (in fantasy baseball)

In this day and age of baseball, there are very few legitimate five-tool players in the league. Similarly in fantasy baseball, there are even less five-category players. By five-category, I mean the standard categories in rotisserie leagues (batting average, homeruns, runs batted in, runs scored, and stolen bases). With a majority of leagues employing the […]

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Passing Judgment – Dream Teams are made of these

In all the major sports, the term “Dream Team” has been used as a moniker for a handful of teams.  The term originated in the sports vernacular with the 1992 Olympic men’s basketball team which was comprised of legends such as Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, Charles Barkley, Karl Malone, and a litany of […]

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Passing Judgment – The greatest day in MLB history (9/28/11)

As you all know, I am a New York Mets fan which means I have had very little to cheer for over the past few seasons.  But as an avid baseball fan, September 28, 2011 will go down as the greatest single day of Major League Baseball games ever played.  What transpired that night was […]

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Passing Judgment – Respect for Derek Jeter

I am admittedly not a Yankee fan.  In fact, there are very few things in life that I dislike more than the Yankees.  This is partially out of jealousy because I am a Mets fan and I wish my team was as successful as the Yankees.  But irrespective of my personal feelings towards the team, […]

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