Projected Rosters for 2014 MLB All-Star Game

I made my personal selections for the Major League Baseball All-Star Game starters earlier this week.

Now it is time for projecting the entire rosters to be announced at 7 p.m. ET Sunday, including the Final Vote candidates and possible injury replacements.

Justin Morneau and the curse of Minnesota sports

I’ll make this introduction short. I’m from Minnesota, and for the most part I stand behind my home-state athletics. I won’t share my religious views, but I don’t subscribe to karma, because as a fan of Minnesota sports believing in it would be depressing.

Fantasy Baseball 2012: Post-Trade Deadline Waiver Wire Watch

Now that the trade deadline has come and gone, it’s time to bear down for the stretch of the fantasy baseball season. Here are more under-the-radar players that are worth looking at.

Fantasy Baseball Daily Picks: Justin Morneau (Welcome back!), A.J. Pierzynski, Jhonny Peralta, and more

Today’s daily picks features a long-awaited kudos to Justin Morneau, who sure has looked recovered from his concussion issues the last two nights.

Fantasy Baseball Hitting Planner for Week of August 22, 2011

As we head down the stretch, there will be teams who are trying to win every game they play, and then there will be teams who don’t care as much about Ws and Ls as they do seeing what they have on the roster. How will this influence your lineups? Help is here with this week’s hitting planner.

Fantasy Baseball Stock Market Report: Santana UP, Joyce DOWN, and more

As we approach July, the outlook for some players is rising while the outlook for others is falling. Let’s analyze whose stock is on the upswing and whose is on the downswing in this week’s Fantasy Baseball Stock Market Report.

Fantasy Baseball Stock Market Report: Hosmer, Bruce UP; Morneau, Cruz DOWN

Whose stock is rising and whose is falling? Here a list of players going in opposite directions as the second month of the 2011 fantasy baseball season begins its final week.

Only 11 Games In, and the Twins are Killing Me

We are only 11 games into the 2011 season and the Minnesota Twins have already turned Drew into Bill Simmons.

Three-Peat for Minnesota Twins Will Be Hard to Achieve

The Minnesota Twins come into the 2011 season with a lot of expectations, and there are plenty of good reasons for these expectations. This year could prove to be different however.

Minnesota Twins 2010 Season Preview

With Mauer and Morneau leading the way, the Twins looked like the preseason favorite to win the almighty AL Central…up until Joe Nathan’s (potentially) devastating injury that is. Let’s take a look at the reasons for the optimism.

MLB Midseason Awards: AL & NL Central Edition

With the All Star Break looming, it’s time to hand out some midseason hardware. Who are the first half MVPs, Cy Youngs, and Managers of the Year for the AL and NL Central?

Click through and find out, along with a few other less traditional and ignominious awards (like greatest old school baseball card ever, won hands down by Jim Leyland).

40 Reasons Why The White Sox Are Going to the Playoffs in 2009

After a solid run to end the month of June, the 2009 playoff chances for the Chicago White Sox are looking much brighter. With Carlos Quentin set for a return around the All-Star break, there are plenty of reasons (40 in fact) to believe the White Sox can repeat as AL Central champions.

TwinsFest 2009 Recap, Photo Diary and Notes From the Weekend

Thosands upon thousands came out to TwinsFest 2009 to try their luck at snagging a few autographs. Tyler George was there and checks in with a recap and photo diary from TwinsFest 2009. Also, updates on Jason Kubel, Joe Crede, Eric Gagne, Brandon Lyon, Russ Springer, and Ben Sheets.