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Whether you play fantasy baseball for free, or participate in a fantasy baseball money league, you need to find great outfielders. Here is our list of the top 15 picks:
1. Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers
Braun had over 30 HR, 100 RBI and a .300 BA for the fifth time each in six seasons, and also stole over 30 bases for the second straight year.
2. Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Trout was one steal short of becoming the third player in MLB history to have 30 homers and 50 steals in a season. He also hit .326 and his 129 runs scored were 20 more than anyone else.
3. Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates
McCutchen hit .327 and joined Braun and Trout as the only three players to have 30 HR and 20 steals.
4. Matt Kemp, Los Angeles Dodgers
Kemp hit 12 HR in April but would play in just 106 games due to hamstring woes. He is recovering in spring training from offseason shoulder surgery.
5. Giancarlo Stanton, Miami Marlins
Stanton hit 37 HR in 123 games and batted .290. No other Ma...
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By Robert Cunningham, AngelsWin.com Staff Writer --
2013 Outlook: Although he didn't win AL MVP in 2012, Trout will annually contend for that title in the coming years. His skillset is unlike any player currently in the game and it is hard to imagine little, if any, regression from this young star. The fact that he is so young and could even improve is a mind-boggling thought...
Last month BC and countless other blogs were gawking over the fact at how fat Mike Trout looked. There were photos, tweet…
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The March 28th, 2013 edition of daily news for the Los Angeles Angels including Trout in GQ, Angels sign Mark Lowe, trade Geltz and much more...
The Story: The Angels signed reliever Mark Lowe to a minor league contract with a invite to spring training.
The Monkey Says: It looks like the Angels are getting really nervous about the bullpen's performance. It seems the plan...
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This is my time of the year sports fans. Without furthur delay here are my predictions: American League AL East winner: Baltimore AL Central winner: Detroit AL West winner: Anaheim AL Wild Card winners: Oakland, Cleveland AL MVP: Mike Trout (LAA) AL Cy Young: Justin Verlander (DET) AL Rookie of...
Ah, Reno. Yes, it's in Nevada and yes, you can gamble there, but Tahoe's only an hour away and it's got water and better snow sports. But what Tahoe makes up for in glitz and glamour, Reno takes the edge in having easy access to some very competitve sports books within a two block radius. And while things like win totals, World Series winners and home run champions take...