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  1. Fantasy Camp Notes: Bruce, Headley fight for time

    Christopher Harris

    Christopher Harris has the fantasy spin on the latest spring training news, including Jay Bruce's hopes for a starting gig and Chase Headley's battle for the left field job in San Diego.

    Story | Conversation | February 26, 2008
  2. Tale of the Tape: Sosa and Perez Pressing

    Tom Herrera

    Tom Herrera uses a scout's eye to examine Sammy Sosa, Oliver Perez and others.

    Story | Conversation | April 13, 2007
  3. Fantasy Forecast: The Week Ahead

    Vincent Hui

    What should you expect in fantasy baseball next week? We've got the dirt here.

    Story | Conversation | June 18, 2004
  4. Power Play

    By Graham Hays ESPN Fantasy Games Bobby Abreu suffered through another frustrating day on Sunday, walking twice but going hitless in five official at-bats. But is Abreu the next Sammy Sosa? Once upon a time, Sosa had just enough power to reach 30 ...

  5. Wednesday Fun

    By Graham Hays ESPN Fantasy Games Perhaps the most aptly-named leadoff hitter around, Todd Walker is carving out a fantasy niche by setting the table for Corey Patterson, Sammy Sosa and Moises Alou. Tuesday's home runs was a reminder that Walker h...

  6. Late Summer Run

    These are the dogs days of summer, but who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks? A couple of summer slackers -- one old in years and the other old in soul -- are starting August on the right foot. Sammy Sosa has his cork, Mark McGwire has his ...

  7. Wednesday Wallops

    Ted Kennedy's favorite slugger was back in action Wednesday, but Sammy Sosa wasn't the only batter uncorking some power. Fresh off Wednesday's dinger against Oakland, Alex Rodriguez has a commanding lead when it comes to home runs from shortstops. B...

  8. Warning Trax: How Sosa affects fantasy

    Greg Ambrosius

    Sammy Sosa's unfortunate corking incident will hurt fantasy owners.

    Story | Conversation | June 10, 2003
  9. Arms Race

    Curt Schilling and Pedro Martinez are on the disabled list. Randy Johnson won't be back until after Bud Selig's next All-Star extravaganza. And Greg Maddux is only just starting to dig himself out of a hole bigger than the one in Sammy Sosa's bats. B...

  10. Ask a Question

    Eric Karabell

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    Story | Conversation | April 11, 2003