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  1. MLB: Rafael Furcal and Joe Nathan among the potential bargains at...

    Keith Law

    The final tier of Keith Law's top 50 free agents includes possible bats on the rebound, and a slew of relief pitchers of all shapes and sizes.

    Story | Conversation | November 03, 2011
  2. Hideki Matsui continues torrid stretch

    Eric Karabell

    • Oakland Athletics outfielder/designated hitter Hideki Matsui hit four singles Thursday, scoring two runs and batting in two others, and he boasts the highest batting average since the All-Star break at .431. Matsui is on ESPN's most-a...

    Blog | August 12, 2011
  3. Hideki Matsui of Oakland Athletics has best batting average since...

    Eric Karabell

    Eric Karabell highlights the top fantasy news from Thursday's games, including Hideki Matsui, Jeff Niemann and Johnny Cueto.

    Blog | Conversation | August 12, 2011
  4. MLB: Hunter Pence, Rafael Furcal among big names that should be m...

    Matt Meyers

    Matt Meyers takes a look at what the NL contenders should be doing before the trade deadline, including a huge pickup for the Phillies and deals for the Giants and Reds.

    Story | Conversation | July 11, 2011
  5. Replacements at messy shortstop position

    Eric Karabell

    With two ownable National League shortstops in Yunel Escobar and Rafael Furcal hitting the disabled list in the past 24 hours, fantasy owners are reaching for help at a weak position. We figured in March that the shortstop position wasn't going ...

    Blog | May 05, 2010
  6. Yunel Escobar, Rafael Furcal injuries decimate already-weak fanta...

    Eric Karabell

    Eric Karabell discusses the mess at shortstop in fantasy baseball following injuries to mixed-league options such as Rafael Furcal, Yunel Escobar and Jimmy Rollins, and tosses out a handful of replacement options.

    Blog | Conversation | May 05, 2010
  7. Reds-Braves one for the books

    Jim Baker

    Jeff Austin allowed home runs to the first three batters, a feat achieved but once before in baseball history.

    Story | Conversation | May 29, 2003