2012 Fantasy Baseball head-to-head Catcher Preview for FantasyPros911 http://fp911.com/2012-fantasy-baseball-catcher-preview-h2h/.
In-depth analysis on the head-to-head game, catcher position and Carlos Santana, Joe Mauer, Brian McCann, Matt Wieters, Miguel Montero, Salvador Perez, Devin Mesoraco, Ryan Doumit, Jarrod Saltalamacchia, and many more.
It struck me that this piece could be known as the twitter column…
Surprise, surprise, Lance Berkman is the top first baseman and my boy Zobrist is in the top 5. Expect Fielder/Pujols to replace them, with Teixeira and Howard filling out the top seven. Just a crazy deep position – I feel bad for those stuck with Justin Morneau and Kendrys Morales.
The Orioles have some buy low guys…Guerrero, Scott.
How is the human body so different from vessel to vessel: Holliday/Dunn, Bay/Morneau.
Matt Holliday – most underrated baseball player of the last few years? According to the players/Neyer, it is Shin-soo Choo. Hard to argue against that. Continue reading »
Entering 2009, lots of folks projected a break-out year for Mike Napoli for one simple reason: he only received 227 ABs in 2008, yet blasted 20 HRs. The logic went that if he could get some more ABs, he’d hit more HRs. Well, he got more ABs 9382), yet hit exactly 20 HRs. Still, unlike some catchers, he didn’t kill your ratios (.272 AVE and .350 OBP). It seems Napoli is settling into his prime (he is 28) as a .270 hitter with 25 HR upside. He is someone you can ride to his early 30s, giving you probably three more years of productive ownership. Continue reading »