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Bobby Dalbec

Red Sox Prospect Highlight: Bobby Dalbec

Bobby Dalbec enters 2020 as the Red Sox third-ranked prospect behind newly acquired 2B/SS Jeter Downs and 19-year-old 1B Tristan Casas. He is however the most intriguing Red Sox prospect in Spring Training because he is expected to make his MLB debut at some point in this upcoming season.

Chatham

Red Sox Prospect Highlight: C.J. Chatham

C.J. Chatham is someone to keep an eye on this Spring Training. At 25-years-old, Chatham is a seasoned middle infielder that could provide value right away. Boston drafted Chatham in the second round of the 2016 draft. I could see Chatham playing a similar role as Brock Holt did for so many years.

Boston Red Sox

Projecting the Red Sox 26-Man Roster

The MLB has made a rule change that has expanded number of players on a team from 25 to 26. Here is a look at the probable 2020 Opening Day Roster.

Mookie Betts

The Mookie Betts trade was good for the Red Sox

There is a perception around Mookie Betts – that he did not want to be in Boston, which is not true. Mookie recognized that he is a generational talent and that he deserves to be paid a record amount of money.

Luis Robert

White Sox making the most of their financial freedom

The White Sox have refused to be outworked this off-season, making a splash seemingly every week. Thursday they announced that they have signed a six-year, $50M contract with prospect Luis Robert.

Gerrit Cole Postseason

Gerrit Cole: Shades of 2014 MadBum

Gerrit Cole will face-off against the Nationals on Tuesday night at Minute Made Park. He will likely oppose 3-Time Cy Young winner Max Scherzer in

Boston Red Sox

How the Red Sox Can Compete in 2020

The next Red Sox GM will have his hands full with the amount of issues the Red Sox face heading into the 2020 season. It seems as though nobody even wants the job, which I understand.

Gunner Olszewski

Rising Patriots: Preseason Week Four

Gunner has done everything he can to make the Patriots roster this preseason. Many people were counting Olszewski out in their 53-man roster projections but

Miles Sanders

Breakout Series: RB Miles Sanders

Over the last seven seasons there have been an average of 2.25 running backs that have finished as a top twelve back. Josh Jacobs, David Montgomery, and Miles Sanders have the best odds to reach that pillar.

The Fantasy Football Hub Mock Draft

Here, they discuss all things Fantasy Football including the most relevant Fantasy News of the Week (00:01:22), a mock draft from the 10th spot (00:08:21)

Rising Patriots: Preseason Week Three

Meyers struggled with the first-team offense, but was able to recover and end the night with some solid statistics. Meyers was on the field with Brady and the rest of the starters, which was telling

Rising Patriots: Preseason Week Two

Chase Winovich was all Scott Zolak could talk about Saturday night. Winovich dominated the Titans offensive line and found a way to make an impact on just about every play.

Risk Factor: RB Le’Veon Bell

The “Risk Factor” was exemplified by our own Scott Neville in his positional rankings and we would now like to take it a step further.

The Fantasy Football Hub is HERE!

In the debut episode the WTF Sports crew jump right in with some news (00:01:14). The show really kicks off when the team jumps into their best tips to have the most enjoyable Fantasy Football Experience

Rising Patriots: Preseason Week One

QB Jarrett Stidham 14/24, 179 yards, 1 TD Jarrett Stidham did exactly what I was hoping for in week one of the preseason. He became

Risk Factor: WR Antonio Brown

The “Risk Factor” was exemplified by our own Scott Neville in his positional rankings and we would now like to take it a step further.

Moore and Samuel

Fantasy Football: D.J. Moore or Curtis Samuel?

D.J. Moore is one of my favorite mid-round targets as he approaches his second season in the NFL. He is extremely talented and will be one of Newton’s favorite weapons in 2019 (baring injury).

George Kittle

Risk Factor: TE George Kittle

Kittle’s ADP is currently at 29, which is quite high for a Tight End. His risk comes from where Kittle is being drafted. His ADP suggests that he pick up right where he left off in 2018. Last season Kittle had 1,377 yards, the most ever by a Tight End.

Nick Chubb

Risk Factor: RB Nick Chubb

Nick Chubb is featured in our “Risk Factor” series. Quite simple – Kareem Hunt. All the way back in February, the Cleveland Browns shocked many when they signed Kareem Hunt to their roster following his actions outside of football that left him as a free agent.

AJ Green

Risk Factor: WR A.J. Green

This year, Green was injured before he even reached padded practice. A.J. was carted off the field during training camp with what was believed to be a low-ankle sprain. An MRI later revealed ligament damage and surgery was required.

Ezekiel Elliot

Risk Factor: RB Ezekiel Elliott

This situation has been far too overblown, probably because it is the Dallas Cowboys. Elliott has no leverage in this situation and can’t actually hold out for more than a week.

Melvin Gordon

Risk Factor: RB Melvin Gordon

Melvin Gordon is one of the most talented running backs in football. Unfortunately, I do not expect to see Gordon on the field this season. Gordon officially began his holdout last Wednesday, but we’ve been hearing about this for a while.

Risk Factor: RB Todd Gurley

The “Risk Factor” was exemplified by our own Scott Neville in his positional rankings and we would now like to take it a step further.

Breaking Down the Mets Trade for Marcus Stroman

The New York Mets took all the headlines Sunday afternoon by trading for All-Star Marcus Stroman. Everyone around the league expected the Stro-Show to take his HDMH trademark to another location, but the Mets were not on anyone’s radar.

Moreland

The Red Sox have yet to use their best bullpen arm

This player is coming off a career year and was named to his first All-Star game in 2018. During his last full season on the mound this player went 7-1 with a 0.53 ERA in 55 IP. He had 112 Ks to only 19 BBs and

What’s Wrong With The Red Sox Pitching Staff?

The Red Sox have under performed this year. It’s been a frustrating first half of 2019. What makes this frustrating is that this same group minus Craig Kimbrel and Joe Kelly won 108 regular season games and rolled through the playoffs on their way to a World Series title a year ago.

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Fantasy Football: Edwards’ Positional Rankings 1.0

Do you want to spend a Third-Round selection on Patrick Mahomes as his ADP is currently circling around that spot, or would you rather wait and get someone like a Kyler Murray or Cam Newton in round 10 or after?