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Daily Archives: March 6, 2015

Projected Top 5 Home Run Hitters In The MLB For 2015

Giancarlo Stanton

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Fantasy Baseball is turning out to be a 365 day year proposition these days.  A lot of the talk over the airwaves centers around the best power hitters in the game right now.  I think we can all agree on that the game’s power has declined over the last few years – without the aid of PED’s/Amphetamine use.

Overall, there are several players who still possess sick power.  For anyone that watches batting practice at the games, a lot of the guys can all yak it over the fence at will when they know where the ball is going from their BP chucker.  Doing it in the game is another matter.

Last season’s HR winners were Nelson Cruz and Giancarlo Stanton, even though the latter missed the last month of the campaign when he was horrendously beaned in the face.  The OF formerly known as Mike, is back to claim the title again. Read the rest of this entry

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10 Bold Predictions For The 2015 MLB Season

yoenis cespedes

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It is that time of year again for prognosticators to present their picks for the upcoming MLB Season.  Perhaps 2014 was the best season of forecasting I ever have done, so 2015 may come with a slight regression, but then again ride the wave until it slams you into the sea.

As you will see in the coming weeks I will be high on teams like Seattle, Washington and Pittsburgh, mostly because of youth talent and pitching, but I also see some of the old dogs sticking around to put up a fight like Boston, St. Louis, Detroit, San Francisco, and the Dodgers are always scary, but flawed at the same time,

One of my new favorite themes to harp on is staying away from injury riddled teams.  For this reason alone I don’t like the Padres, Rockies and Blue Jays.

Having said that about Toronto, they may playoff bound if they can stay between the white lines off the playing surface with the majority of their playing roster.  If they fail to make the postseason, it has to be curtains time for the Manager, GM, and Paul Beeston is already in the last year of his front office career. Read the rest of this entry

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – March 6, 2015

DISH

While washing dishes, I thought of the purpose of the play by play announcer. Are they supposed to educate us or are they supposed to be a companion.

That and and a Ritch Duncan mouse story episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Buy “O Holy Cow!: The Selected Verse of Phil Rizzuto” by clicking HERE

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