Happy New Year

Happy new year to everyone! Now that 2007 is here, expect to see one very cool change here at the Fantasy 411 blog… rather than just Siano and me posting something once in a while, the entire MLB.com Fantasy writing team will be posting their thoughts, comments and opinions on a more regular basis. So instead of just waiting for the next nugget of wisdom from us, your humble hosts, you’ll get to hear from fine folks like Alex "The Kid" Cushing, Dean Chiungos, Gregg Klayman and more. If you’ve ever read the weekly Roundtable on the MLB.com Fantasy section, those are the folks who will be posting here.

Not to use any cheesy term, but the hope is that we can make this "community" a little more active and keep the fantasy energy flowing all year long. I hope everyone enjoys this addition to the routine!

Happy posting! — CS

P.S. — Check out the Protrade projections for 2007, which list Danny "List of 12" Haren as the #17 starting pitcher next season. Good stuff to help everyone start getting ready for Draft Day…

3 Comments

I actually bought some shares of Haren, Capuano, Bedard and Robertson. I wrote a post and gave some respect and love to the 411 trying to get the word out about the list of 12. I think all 4 of those guys are great long term buys for this season if you have a Protrade account. Brandon Webb was definitely not a top 10 pitcher going into last season and was on the list of 12. This year I believe he is right outside the top 5. Now that fantasy football is over, we can all turn our attention to the upcoming baseball season. Spring training starts in about 6 weeks.

Mike in CT

“Not to use any cheesy term, but the hope is that we can make this “community” a little more active and keep the fantasy energy flowing all year long. I hope everyone enjoys this addition to the routine!”

Let’s get the party started then……

I thought this was interseting, my hometown angle. – The Reds –

stat – number – place in NL

Runs Scored 749 9th

Runs Allowed 801 10th

Batting Avg. .257 15th

Opp. Batting Avg. .278 15th

Home Runs 217 2nd

Home Runs Allow. 213 16th

Strike Outs 1192 12th

Strike Outs Thrown 1053 11th

How we didn’t make the top 10 in K outs with Dunn swinging wild i’ll never know?

did anyone tell the “fine folks” that they can start chiming in yet?

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