Found March 06, 2013 on Razzball:
One of my favorite things to do is to hide players, especially pitchers, for as long as I can in positions that they either don't play or don't play yet. This year there are numerous guys that have dual eligibility that are great fantasy options already - Hisashi Iwakuma and Kris Medlen to name the best two. I am talking about something different, like crayon sharpener in the back of the box different. Guys that have only RP eligibility to start the season that are speculated to open the season in the team's starting rotation. Granted, you can only hide them for 5-10 starts based on your league settings, but that could be 2 months, which if your keeping track is 1/3 of the season. So have a peek at the guys that have RP, soon to have SP.The post Starter Eligibilty to Come appeared first on Fantasy Baseball Blog at

Fantasy Baseball Vision: Target & Avoid - NL East Edition

Our good friend Brett Barton (@BrettBarton_FBV) at Fantasy Baseball Vision will help you prep for your upcoming drafts. Last time he gave us the Target & Avoid players from the American League East.  Follow him on twitter so you don't miss the Fix My Team segments and of course position rankings.Atlanta BravesTarget: Kris Medlen Medlen was drafted by the Braves in 2006...
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