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  1. Beware V-Mart in Boston; LaRoche wins in Atlanta

    Eric Karabell

    It's not surprising that Victor Martinez was traded by the Cleveland Indians to the Boston Red Sox, as it was being talked about much of this week, but Clay Buchholz was not included in the deal. Fantasy owners were looking for assurance that Bu...

    Blog | July 31, 2009
  2. Lee should improve in Philly; Tribe get younger

    Eric Karabell

    Cliff Lee is the No. 30 starting pitcher on ESPN's Player Rater, but don't blame him for failing to live up to what fantasy owners had hoped for, based on his draft-day spot. Lee is having a better season than many of the pitchers ranked ah...

    Blog | July 29, 2009
  3. Wood could be a bargain in Cleveland

    Eric Karabell

    I applaud the Cleveland Indians for giving Kerry Wood a smart, two-year contract. Wood's signing seemed to be minor news in comparison to that K-Rod guy becoming a New York Met, but in the fantasy baseball world -- and the real world, for that m...

    Blog | December 15, 2008
  4. Shoppach, Tatis, those other 2008 fantasy heroes

    Eric Karabell

    It's a terrific feeling when you know you've got a fantasy baseball championship in the bag. Of course, you couldn't have done it alone. You might have drafted the team, watched the waiver wire and made the trades, but you didn't ...

    Blog | September 24, 2008
  5. Hochevar, Reyes, finding the next Gavin Floyd

    Eric Karabell

    I didn't really believe in Gavin Floyd, a fact I readily admit. It's not because I was angry with him for failing with my hometown Phillies after being the fourth overall pick in the 2001 draft. He simply didn't look like he had the ma...

    Blog | August 15, 2008
  6. Ten fantasy reasons why Tribe got terrible

    Eric Karabell

    Congrats to the Milwaukee Brewers for winning the CC Sabathia sweepstakes. Of course, acquiring the portly southpaw doesn't guarantee a playoff berth, but it certainly increased the chances, and it's always nice to see a team with a payroll...

    Blog | July 07, 2008
  7. Finding more No. 6 starters

    Eric Karabell

    The season-ending injuries suffered by Jeremy Bonderman and Jake Westbrook were bad things, of course. The Tigers and Indians relied on these pitchers, paid a great deal of money expecting good numbers, and now they have to dig up replacements for th...

    Blog | June 09, 2008
  8. Why can't the DHs hit anymore?

    Eric Karabell

    When an American League pitcher switches over to the National League, the prevailing opinion is that his ERA will drop quite a bit because he gets to face pitchers rather than designated hitters. Hey, it makes sense to me, and the stats bear this out...

    Blog | May 02, 2008
  9. Buying, selling struggling Tigers bats

    Eric Karabell

    The winless Tigers are in trouble, but I don't think it's for the reasons most people think. They're not scoring. They're not preventing scoring. They're beaten up. It's a bad start, and I'm glad I picked the Indian...

    Blog | April 07, 2008
  10. Checking out Gagne, 2008 closers

    Eric Karabell

    Good for Eric Gagne, I say, in convincing a major league baseball team that he's worth $10 million for a season, but I'm not going to fall for this in fantasy. I don't care how well Gagne throws in March, I'm not buying. He can&#0...

    Blog | December 12, 2007