December 9, 2013
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About Josh ShepardsonI am a recent graduate of SUNY Cortland where I majored in Sport Management. My hope is to one day write fantasy baseball articles for a living, and ultimately retire in Las Vegas where I can blow my career earnings at the poker tables.
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This week's article takes on a veteran feel .
A couple of A's hitters, a middle infielder looking to revive his career and a couple of southpaw starters.
Featured this week is a bit of power, a dash of speed, a pinch of starting pitching help, and a potential source of saves.
Looking for cheap pitching options? Look no further than this week's pitcher-heavy edition of the AL Waiver Wire.
The American League East is well represented this week—everyone featured calls the division home.
An American League Central-friendly Waiver Wire this week.
The outfield is getting some Waiver Wire love, and a trio of minor league pitchers are featured.
The opening installment of the column in 2012 is pitcher-approved.
Josh Sherpardson's top 100 prospect rankings, updated throughout the year.
The last of the stars of tomorrow.
Taking an in-depth look at prospects 51 through 75 on the top-100 fantasy prospect list.
Prospects 26-50 on the top-100 fantasy baseball prospect list.
The top-25 fantasy baseball prospects.
Harper, Trout head a comprehensive list of the next crop of fantasy baseball stars.
Analysis of the top 10 players ranked in early January's dynasty league article.
Is there a new edge to be gained in fantasy games?