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For Full Show in Audio Format click here Can Alex Reyes Save Your Fantasy Baseball Season? Can Alex Reyes save your Fantasy Baseball season? Ready for another week of the best Fantasy Baseball talk you can find? The Baseball Show is ready to steer you towards victory. This week our featured player is Alex Reyes, who is ready to take the world by storm for the St. Louis Cardinals. Fully recovered from Tommy John surgery, and his suspension put behind him as well, Reyes is pitching like he's making up for lost time. He's…

Waiver Wire Report: Tyler O’Neill Powering Up and Pedroia Returns

Before we dig into this week's waiver wire report, if Juan Soto is still available in your league, go add him right now and scold the rest of your league (and yourself) for not adding him already. As I mentioned in my scouting report, Soto has the skill set to hit over .300 with 35-plus homers annually. Expecting that right away is foolish, but he's still going to be a fantasy factor moving forward. Soto isn't the only exciting player worth adding right now, either. This week's report also has two other top hitting…

MLB News and Notes: Week of May 21

It has been a while since I treated you to a trivia question. So with people losing their minds, as well as their FAAB budgets with recent call-ups like Juan Soto, here is a trivia question revolving around rookies. Who are the only two MLB players to win Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player in the same year? Answer at the end of the article. Juan Soto Gets the Call Even as I wrote about Juan Soto last week, I was still surprised to see the young prospect called up to the big leagues. The move was decided after…

Juan Soto is Up! — Scouting Report and What to Expect in Fantasy

First off, before we go any further, go add Juan Soto if he's available in your league. Unless you play in AL-Only, he needs to be owned everywhere. That's how good this kid is. Yes, a slew of injuries to the Washington outfield had a lot to do with this call-up, but so did Soto's insanely high level of play so far this season. Juan Soto started the season with Single-A Hagerstown and quickly made it known that his stay in the South Atlantic League was going to be a quick one. In 59 at-bats, Soto hit .373/.486/.814/1.300…

Double Vision: Goldschmidt, Vlad Jr, and Kenley Jansen

More than 20 percent of the 2018 MLB season is already in the books. What may have been gut reactions and speculation has started to become legitimate fantasy baseball breakouts and genuine slumps. Some things are obvious… Mookie Betts is a beast, the Astros pitching staff is amazing, and that Aaron Judge kid is the real deal. Other player trends are a lot more difficult to spot unless you can find a bearing, something similar to compare it to and give the skill or production a little bit of context. The Double Vision…