Baseball fans still flocking to fantasy camps

January 10, 2011

Baseball fans still flocking to fantasy camps
With spring training just around the corner, it’s that time of year when major league baseball teams hold fantasy camps for fans to interact with former players and coaches in warm weather climates.
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Fantasy Baseball Fallout: Texas Rangers Sign Adrian Beltre to 6-Year Deal
You would think that a player with over 7,500 plate appearances would be fairly easy to evaluate, but Adrian Beltre may be one of the more difficult players to project going into 2011.  This is a guy who has hit as high as .334 and as low .240, has hit as many as 48 home runs and as few as 19 and has driven in everywhere from 60 runs to double that number.  To say he has been inconsistent would …
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Early 2011 Fantasy Baseball Catcher Rankings With Analysis
Like an active squirrel storing away acorns for winter, I was scurrying around my secluded mountainside homestead preparing for a small snow storm headed in our direction. Somewhere between refurbishing our trusty snowblower and splitting logs for our woodstove, I found myself daydreaming of spring. Warmer weather. Green grass. Baseball. Fantasy baseball. I realized my own internal clock was …
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Coming attractions: 2011 fantasy baseball mock draft
Yup, that’s right. It’s that time. Or rather, it’s almost that time. Pitchers and catchers don’t report for another five weeks, but fantasy experts are scheduled to begin training just a bit earlier. Because our jobs are more demanding, obviously. So… Next week, we gonna get down. We gonna do the do. I’m gonna draft these [expletive] . /dockellis That is to say, next Monday the Yahoo! fantasy …
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