Any sports fan with a TV probably watched JRod on Outside the Lines earlier today and his dominant stand against the biggest turds: John Gonzalez and Ken Rosenthal. The entire interview consisted of a one-sided argument against my brotherâ€™s punctual points and objective speculation, which is justified in this day and age.
Closer is always the most volatile position in fantasy baseball, and 2009 is no different.
As the volatility continues, Josh steps up with some much needed midseason fantasy baseball closer advice, analyzing who is closing in Tampa and what the outlook is for guys like Brad Lidge, Matt Capps, Frank Francisco, and others.
In addition, Josh looks at the incredible start of Trevor Hoffman, who is so out-of-his-mind dominant right now and that apparently we cut off his head in the title image.
Roy Halladay, the Mormon ace of the Toronto Blue Jays, is a star pitcher in both fantasy baseball and in real life. Halladay is also the most underrated man in the world. Click through as Josh takes you on a journey to find out why.
Josh steps up to the plate and offers some timely fantasy baseball trade advice with 3 weeks of the 2009 season in the books. Among the players analyzed are Lance Berkman, Cole Hamels, Zack Greinke, Brandon Phillips, Matt Holliday, and Orlando Hudson.
Brady Quinn will lead the Browns in their “second season.” Do Browns fans truly have hope with the Golden Boy at QB?