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Prospect Press: Week of April 2nd (Wednesday April 4th, 2012 - by Rob Murray)This is every fan's favorite time of the year, no matter if you're a New York Yankees or Pittsburgh Pirates fan. Postseason is never quite as fun and exciting as the promises of Opening Day. It's no different in the minors. But, there is a difference.
Clinical Notes: Michael Pineda's Injured Shoulder (Saturday March 31st, 2012 - by Reggie Yinger)The 2012 season has already had a handful of early injuries to notable major league players, and one more was added to that list this weekend, now that New York Yankees starting pitcher Michael Pineda is headed to the 15-day disabled list.
Our Best Predictions For the 2012 Season (Saturday March 31st, 2012 - by Reggie Yinger)The 2012 baseball season has arrived, and the Baseball Press staff is ready to play prognosticator and predict some outcomes. Which teams will succeed and surprise? Which players will take home the hardware? Our writers weigh in with their picks.
Dr. Lineup: The Marlins, Royals, Cubs & Cards (Saturday March 31st, 2012 - by Reggie Yinger)Although the results and statistics don't count, spring training games can still provide valuable information for regular season games. Everyday regulars may only have a few at-bats during spring games, but reviewing the starting lineup can provide some keys to the lineup order come April.
Baseball Press and Daily Joust Freeroll (Thursday March 29th, 2012 - by Dan Port)Fantasy baseball is no longer a full-season endeavor, and daily or weekly play is becoming more popular with each game. Now that the 2012 season is finally here, Baseball Press is happy to announce a partnering with DailyJoust.com and a great freeroll event to start the year off. Yes, it's free, so there's no excuse not to jump in on this.
Under the Radar - Preseason Closers (Thursday March 29th, 2012 - by Nate Springfield)With several closers suffering injuries late in spring training, there may be some options in your league worth picking up that will collect you the handful of saves that can make a difference at the end of the year for your team.
Dr. Lineup: The National League West (Tuesday March 27th, 2012 - by Reggie Yinger)Although the results and statistics don't count, spring training games can still provide valuable information for regular season games. Everyday regulars may only have a few at-bats during spring games, but reviewing the starting lineup can provide some keys to the lineup order come April.
2012 Breakout Seasons and Spring Training Slugging (Monday March 26th, 2012 - by Nate Springfield)In February, I wrote an article discussing how some spring training stats can mean something and may give an advantage heading into fantasy baseball drafts. This week is one of the busiest and last fantasy baseball draft weeks of the season, so it's a good time to take a look at one aspect from that article and present potential breakout players.
Clinical Notes: Chipper Jones and Ryan Madson (Sunday March 25th, 2012 - by Nate Springfield)Even though most fans view spring training stats as meaningless numbers that can't help predict a player's upcoming season, players dealing with spring training injuries should definitely be a concern to any fantasy baseball owner.
Baseball Press Lineup Application (Saturday March 24th, 2012 - by Reggie Yinger)Tired of starting players in your fantasy baseball league, just to find out they're not playing that day? Thanks to the Baseball Press Lineup Application, you can now have access to every lineup for every Major League Baseball game during the season and playoffs.