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Keith Farnsworth’s Draft Day Targets

March is here, and that can only mean two things: Draft season starts now, and Tim Tebow is making headlines … again. I promised myself a long time ago that I wouldn’t include Tim Tebow in any of my baseball writing. As draft day approaches, I regret to inform everyone that I’ve broken that promise. “It’s a game,” Tebow says. “At the end of the day, that’s all it is, is a game. It doesn’t make you any better or any worse than anybody else. So by winning a game, you’re no better. By losing a game, you’re no worse.” I’d…

The Closer Catch-Up: Fantasy Baseball Week 18

Great times are waiting. Grab some Bud. Bud Norris gave up another four earned runs against the Blue Jays on Sunday. His total now sits at nine over the last seven days, so um, it's not so great if you grabbed some Bud. Perhaps the song "Who Can It Be Now" should play whenever Norris or Cam Bedrosian take the mound. These two are like the original Odd Couple, only you can't forget Mike Scioscia. The steam coming out of his ears makes for fab-u-lous television, but if you're a fantasy owner, relax! Thanks to baseball's…

Weekly Top-10: Closers in Waiting

Every spring, most fantasy owners tend to wait too long on closers in their drafts and end up with uninspiring options to choose from. They then spend the rest of the season chasing saves and trying to grab the next new closer. In competitive leagues, newly anointed closers are grabbed quickly. That’s why it’s important to get ahead of the game and look for the next good reliever that might get a chance to close. If any of the below 10 guys are free agents in your league and you’re looking for a closer, give them a look.…