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  • March 29 12:18 PM ET

    Rundown: Bruce on the loose

    Jay Bruce went 2-for-2 with a solo home run vs. the Brewers, giving him a .377/.459/.798 line with 15 homers and 29 RBIs over his last 37 games. It feels like Bruce has been around forever, but 2010 was actually... More»
  • March 29 12:18 PM ET

    2010 All Comeback Team Part I

    By Zach Steinhorn It's no secret that drafting proven players while their value is low is one of the keys to building a championship team. Every season, there are plenty of guys who, despite boasting solid big league track records, are... More»
  • March 29 12:18 PM ET

    Rundown: Return of the Smoak monster

    Justin Smoak is finally proving the Mariners right. The biggest cog in the midseason Cliff Lee trade, Smoak went deep again on Wednesday, marking his third straight game with a tater. The 23-year-old first baseman has hit safely in six... More»
  • March 29 12:18 PM ET

    Rundown: Mad about Bumgarner

    Madison Bumbgarner might be really good for a really long time. The 21-year-old rookie southpaw was dealing in Thursday nights pivotal drubbing over the Cubs, permitting seven hits with a walk and nine Ks over seven shutout innings to even... More»
  • March 29 12:18 PM ET

    2010 All-Rookie Team Part 2

    By Zach SteinhornOF  Jason Heyward  Braves Expectations were sky high for Heyward entering the season, and while he hasn't quite matched the production of the '07 Ryan Braun or '08 Evan Longoria, the Braves' right fielder has done more than... More»
  • March 29 12:18 PM ET

    Rundown: Yes way, Jose

    Better late than never, I guess, Jose Lopez. The Mariners infielder blasted three homers Wednesday night vs. the Blue Jays, proving that he does, in fact, have a pulse. The long balls were his first since Aug. 15, which ended... More»
  • March 29 12:18 PM ET

    Rundown: Richard goes the distance

    Clayton Richard is pretty good at throwing a baseball. The Padres sophomore breakout turned in his best performance of his young career Tuesday night, firing a complete-game shutout by scattering eight hits while walking two and striking out six... More»
  • March 29 12:18 PM ET

    2010 All-Rookie Team Part 1

    By Zach Steinhorn Success in fantasy baseball is as much about unproven rookies as it is about established stars. Why? Because you don't have to spend an early-round draft pick on a guy with little to no big league experience. As... More»
  • March 29 12:18 PM ET

    Rundown: Not-so Beachy keen

    (By Dave)With Jair Jurrjens still nursing a tight knee, the Braves turned to prospect Brandon Beachy to make his Major League debut start for Atlantas pivotal opener vs. the Phillies Monday night. It went exactly how you thought it went.... More»
  • March 29 12:18 PM ET

    Rundown: Welcome back, Andy

    (By Dave) Hey look, its Andy Pettitte! The veteran southpaw had a strong return to the mound on Sunday, tossing six innings of one-run ball, yielding three hits and one walk, while striking out two vs. the Orioles. Pretty impressive... More»
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