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Best Baseball Movies Ever!
 

While major league players report to Spring Training, it is time for you to do some Spring Training of your own. Catch up on the top 5 must-watch baseball movies.

1. Bull Durham - "Relax, all right? Don't try to strike everybody out. Strikeouts are boring! Besides that, they're fascist. Throw some ground balls - it's more democratic.

2. Sandlot - "You are killing me smalls!" -Fat kid who plays catcher 

3. Major League - "Come on Dorn, get in front of the damn ball! Don't give me this "olé" bullshit"

4. A League of Their Own - "Hey cowgirls, see the grass? Don't eat it."

5. Bad News Bears - "You know, in my life I thought I'd never say, "Look at the ass on that second baseman." But look at the ass on that second baseman." 

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 03 March 2009 16:48 )
 
Go Ahead and Call it a Comeback
Written by Jordan Bragg
 

The best fantasy baseball teams are not just made by the easy early selections. It’s easy to say you want Alex Rodriguez and CC Sabathia - everyone does. But the picks that really make your team are the tough choices you make after the easy decisions have been made. There’s a difference between being optimistic, and being ridiculous; so don’t pin your hopes on the big Eric Gagne and Andruw Jones bounceback years. There are some players who suffered injuries or other problems that held them back last year, but should now be behind them. Allow them to be the aces up your sleeve for the later rounds of your draft, when everyone else has run out of ideas.

Last Updated ( Friday, 06 March 2009 10:32 )
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Top 10 Pitchers in the 2009 Draft
Written by Jordan Bragg
 

10. Francisco Rodriguez (RP) - Relievers are usually bad choices for high fantasy draft picks, but K-Rod is an exception. 62 saves is nothing short of ridiculous. Even if he doesn’t duplicate that, he can be counted on for at least 40.

9. A.J. Burnett (SP) - Coming off a career season with Toronto last year, where he managed 18 wins and 231 strikeouts. Durability has been a question, but if he stays healthy, you’ll look smart for picking him up after the obvious choices are taken.

8. Ryan Dempster (SP) - Flourished in his first season as a starter, winning 17 games, and keeping his ERA under 3. Though not seasoned as a starter, he was a solid reliever, and only looked better starting.

Last Updated ( Friday, 06 March 2009 10:30 )
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