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It is a long week in fantasy baseball this week as every team is playing the full seven games, and this is one of the first days I can think of in a while where we haven't had a rainout. As usual there is a ton of injury news, as another of the New York Mets is looking at a stint on the DL, as well as much more. The king of fantasy baseball shifted to the other side of the diamond on defense tonight, and a Royals pitcher got absolutely crushed tonight. There were a lot of pitchers issuing walks tonight, and a new closer made it look easy on this night. As the injuries and rainouts continue to mount, it is increasingly obvious that you need to sign up for the Fantasy Alarm service so you don't miss out on the important lineup news for the guys on your team.
Happy Hump Day to you all as we are in the middle of another fine fantasy week in the regular season. Tonight on the pitching side we see what could be the end of a closer in Chicago, a major concern in Minnesota, one ace rolling again and another one on the mend. The guys with the bats in their hands see a couple of Jeff's favorites going yard, an under the radar shortstop staying hot, and a change of identity in St. Louis. We also run down some of the guys who let the dogs out tonight on both sides of the diamond. We hope that your teams are absolutely crushing the competition, but if you need some help don't forget that you can send an email which is located in the article below. Sit back, pop a cold one, and enjoy the show!
The longer than usual opening matchups in your fantasy baseball leagues have finally come to a close and hopefully you were on the winning side. Tonight, we continue to new format of the article where we feature some of the top performers of the night and then chronicle the news below. I am looking for some feedback on this change whether you all think this is a good move. Tonight, we mention some guys who are playing over their heads, a superstar off to a slow start, and a young phenom coming into his own. On the pitching side there is a couple of guys under the radar and why Fernando Rodney got the save tonight.