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2018 Player Profile: Stephen Piscotty

With the 2017 season now officially in the rearview mirror, and with the Houston Astros first-time champions, we turn our attention to the 2018 fantasy baseball season. Each week, I will be evaluating one player’s stock for this year. This week, a young outfielder who is looking to rebound in a new home after a difficult and tumultuous 2017 season. Stephen Piscotty, Oakland A's 2017 statistics: .235/.342/.367, 9 HR, 40 R, 39 RBI,  3 SB General Overview Entering 2017, Stephen Piscotty looked to be one of the league’s…

Matt Olson, 1B Athletics [Video]

Join or start a fantasy baseball league at Fantrax today! Keeper, dynasty, re-draft. Fully customizable. A+ customer service. Play for free! The Baseball Show presents our pre-season video Draft Guide. Individual player breakdowns to help you know who to draft, and who to avoid in 2018. Here is a look at Oakland A's first baseman of the future Matt Olson. Subscribe to the channel, and watch The Baseball Show on Fantrax every week, for up-to-the-minute player coverage. Hosts: Andy Singleton (@PeoplezPen) & Ralph…

Sean Manaea, SP Athletics [Video]

Join or start a fantasy baseball league at Fantrax today! Keeper, dynasty, re-draft. Fully customizable. A+ customer service. Play for free! The Baseball Show presents our pre-season video Draft Guide. Individual player breakdowns to help you know who to draft, and who to avoid in 2018. Here is a look at Oakland Athletics' starting pitcher Sean Manaea. Subscribe to the channel, and watch The Baseball Show on Fantrax every week, for up-to-the-minute player coverage. Hosts: Andy Singleton (@PeoplezPen) & Ralph…

Trade Analysis: Ryon Healy Sent to Mariners

It is not surprising that Seattle’s Jerry Dipoto started off the hot stove season by trading Emilio Pagan (RHP) and Alexander Campos (SS) to Oakland for Ryon Healy (1B/3B). For fantasy purposes, Healy’s value improved the most. With Matt Olson and Matt Chapman emerging as Oakland’s future at first and third baseman, respectively, the 25-year-old Healy didn’t have a full-time job. Now he does. Seattle used Danny Valencia at first base last season, so Healy looks to be a step up. Last year he hit .271/.302/.451 with 25…