Keeper Leagues

Jock
Thompson
October 12, 2012 12:03 AM GMT
Perhaps due in part to the absence of the DH, significantly fewer NL hitters passed the age filter for our over-35 list. But most of those who did—like Carlos Beltran—should grab your attention.
Jock
Thompson
September 13, 2012 12:03 AM GMT
Torii Hunter has batted .348 since being inserted in the Angels #2 hole in June, but is he really keeper material looking toward 2013? This week we evaluate eight of the AL's best 35-and-over offensive players ...
Jock
Thompson
July 24, 2012 12:02 AM GMT
Even while shuttling between AAA and MLB part-time play in 2011, Trevor Plouffe was hinting at better production to come. Now is the best time for rebuilders to look for 2013 help -- and we have both tips and ideas.
Jock
Thompson
April 02, 2012 12:01 AM GMT
When fantasy mavens and analysts warn you that “spring training numbers mean absolutely nothing,” they're right most of the time. Except when they're wrong. Tell this to the owners who snagged Brandon McCarthy in 2011 ...
Jock
Thompson
March 03, 2012 1:01 AM GMT
Most keeper league owners try to distance themselves from players in their mid-30s, but in doing so create short-term bargains for owners with championship hopes. They all come with some risk, but most of these 35-and-older players look like keepers in 2012.
Jock
Thompson
February 18, 2012 1:01 AM GMT
The hype surrounding names like Matt Moore, Julio Teheran and Addison Reed makes it near-impossible to acquire them in your keeper league without returning an arm or a leg. But if you have a three-year horizon, we’ve identified five under-scrutinized young pitchers that are worth rostering now.
Jock
Thompson
February 10, 2012 1:01 AM GMT
[FREE] If you choose—or are forced—to draw power from the likes of Adam Dunn or Mark Reynolds, pay attention to some of these ADP-challenged and undervalued names for BA help. But are they really keepers, and over what timeline?
Jock
Thompson
February 03, 2012 1:00 AM GMT
Power sources Kyle Blanks and Mark Trumbo are both facing potential short-term marginalization, thanks to big offseason acquisitions by their current teams. We look at their 2012 seasons and three-year timelines, as well as Ruben Tejada’s keeper potential.
Jock
Thompson
January 27, 2012 1:00 AM GMT
We extend our look at players with injuries that affected their 2011 performances --- and who were also affected by off-season activity and news. How do their 2012 and three-year outlooks project as of today?
Jock
Thompson
January 20, 2012 1:00 AM GMT
Here are some more names with shifting outlooks due to off-season player movement -- as well as injuries that impacted their 2011 performances and/or could put them behind the eight-ball to begin 2012. Once again, we consider their immediate and three-year outlooks.
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