Some Slow-Starting Players Are Now Worth A Look In Fantasy BaseballIt happens every year in fantasy baseball: Players get drafted every March that end up struggling during the first six weeks of the season, so owners drop them. Yet by late June, those players recover and really start to hit. They'll end up where they should by September with good stats.
Steve Davis: Expect Orioles to Make A TradeBased on Dan Duquette's recent comments, the Orioles will be trading a for a pitcher before July 31.
Orioles Look To Capitalize On Injured Red SoxThere's a good chance Ramirez and Pedroia will both miss Thursday's 1:35 p.m. finale against the visiting Baltimore Orioles.
Miguel Gonzalez Looks For Run Support From Orioles Offense
You Can't Win Your Fantasy Baseball League In June, But You Can Lose ItSummer is coming; the kids will be out of school soon if they aren't already. This is not the time to forget about your fantasy baseball team. Sure, life gets busy, but the minute you let a transaction period go by unattended is the minute you lose your league. Staying on top of your roster all the time is key to winning your league, even if it becomes a challenge to find the time to manage your team.
Scott Miller MLB Writer For Bleacher ReportThe aforementioned outfield changes in Boston are a direct reflection of the team’s issues offensively in 2014. After acquiring Cespedes from Oakland in exchange for SP Jon Lester, Boston made their goals clear. “I know everyone in Boston is wondering who’s going to pitch, but I thought when they traded Lester for Cespedes, they were really smart to cut bait,” said Miller.
Orioles Acquire LHP Andrew Miller From BostonIn the eleventh hour of the trade deadline, the Orioles strike a deal with Boston.
Bob Haynie: The Orioles Sign Santana. Why Not?Veteran LHP Johan Santana was introduced to the media on Wednesday after signing a minor league deal with the Baltimore Orioles. The two-time Cy Young award winner stands to make $3 million if the Orioles purchase his contract and he joins the major league roster.
Scott Garceau: Arms RaceBuck's Birds can match any lineup in baseball 1 through 9 when it comes to thunder in the lumber and they're coming off the best fielding percentage season in baseball history. That's all good but in the end this team will seal it's fate with starting pitching.