Tag "Josh Hader"

Hader Holding Hitters Hitless

It’s easy to get caught up in no-hitters because they trend along one ballgame.
How about keeping opposing batters hitless through 12 games?

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Minnesota Twins Trade Deadline Approach

Entering today, the Minnesota Twins were in a three-way tie for first place in the AL Central. Will they make any moves before Monday’s trade deadline? With an abundance of talent and a shot at a World Series ring, there is reason to believe the Twins are in a position to make a major deal and acquire a player.

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Leandre: Top 10 Relievers Right Now

Relievers should be judged on a far different scale than starters. Here are the best of the best as of now.

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World Series Champions Washington Nationals 2019 Season Recap

The Nationals did it. They did the unpredictable (although our very own John Lepore predicted it prior to the season, so ask him for the lottery numbers) and won their first World Series. They overcame every obstacle imaginable to do it, from starting the season 19-31 to winning the Wild Card game in come-from-behind fashion against Reliever of the Year Josh Hader to beating the extremely tough competition in the Dodgers and Astros in seven games, and more. So how did the Nationals overcome all the odds (0.1% chance to win the World Series in May) to win it all? Let’s get further into their season.

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Cincinnati Reds: Marty Brennaman’s career is a win despite Reds’ loss to Brewers

“Thank you for being an example, thank you for touching so many lives, and thank you for sharing your love for the game of baseball.” Jacob Benge pens a letter to retiring Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame broadcaster, Marty Brennaman.

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Cincinnati Reds: Marty Brennaman’s career is a win despite Reds’ loss to Brewers

“Thank you for being an example, thank you for touching so many lives, and thank you for sharing your love for the game of baseball.” Jacob Benge pens a letter to retiring Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame broadcaster, Marty Brennaman.

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A Plan to Stream Pitching in 2019

Everybody’s looking for an edge in their fantasy baseball leagues. You want the one thing that will take you from the middle of the pack to fantasy greatness. Well, over the years, I’ve found that streaming starting pitchers in-season is an effective way to help give you an edge in leagues with daily lineup changes. Eventually, though, I’ve found myself running into pitching limits, especially in ESPN leagues, where there is a starts limit of 200 in season. So what’s the best way to combat this? You have to attack how you plan to use your innings in the draft.

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Milwaukee Brewers: 2019 Season Preview

The Brewers came within one game of the World Series last year. Do they take the next step this season? 

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Five Players You Drafted Late – And Should Keep

Sometimes in fantasy baseball, we get lucky. Of course, we always want to say that we knew about this guy or that guy and take credit by painting ourselves as draft gurus.

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