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  1. Bits: Chipper returns to Braves lineup

    Eric Karabell

    Atlanta Braves third baseman Chipper Jones came off the disabled list Sunday and went hitless in three at-bats. Jones, seemingly recovered from a calf injury and back hitting third in the lineup, saw his batting average slip below .300, but he's...

    Blog | June 11, 2012
  2. Chipper Jones returns to lineup; Julio Teheran, Francisco Liriano...

    Eric Karabell

    Eric Karabell discusses the most interesting fantasy tidbits from Sunday's action, including Chipper Jones' return to the Braves' lineup.

    Blog | Conversation | June 11, 2012
  3. Alfonso Soriano better off undrafted

    Eric Karabell

    I appreciate the role hitting and pitching coaches can have in affecting player performance, but I'm also careful to avoid overrating a correlation. For years, Atlanta Braves pitching coach Leo Mazzone carved a significant name for himself thank...

    Blog | February 22, 2011
  4. Chicago Cubs' Alfonso Soriano better off as fantasy waiver-wire o...

    Eric Karabell

    Eric Karabell discusses why Alfonso Soriano doesn't make even the top 75 among outfielders in fantasy preseason rankings.

    Blog | Conversation | February 22, 2011
  5. MLB: Status updates and picks for all the top spring training pos...

    Doug Mittler

    In this, Doug Mittler takes a close look at all the top position battles across the National League. Spring training will sort them out, but we also have some early hunches on who might win each.

    Story | Conversation | February 21, 2011
  6. MLB: Take Buster Posey over Jason Heyward for 2010 NL Rookie of t...

    Jack Moore

    Jack Moore of FanGraphs looks at the two main candidates for 2010 NL ROY -- Jason Heyward and Buster Posey -- and breaks them down via a variety of offensive and defensive metrics. In the end, it's extremely close, but the edge goes to Posey.

    Story | Conversation | September 27, 2010
  7. Baseball comes with certain risks, but shattered bats that fly al...

    Buster Olney

    Like any sport, baseball comes with its own set of inherent risks, namely balls flying at over 100 MPH rocketed all over the place. That said, the danger of flying bats, like daggers tossed into the infield, doesn't have to be one of those risks.

    Blog | Conversation | September 20, 2010