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The New York Giants handed out 23 new contracts this off season and whatever money they have left seems to be burning a hole in their pocket.  They’ve either made contact or showed interest in a couple of free agents at need positions. 

The Brewers have won nine games in a row. The Yankees are injury ridden. The Rangers and Angels aren't living up to early season expectations. Here is my power rankings for all 30 teams

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Team by Team preview of this upcoming week in Fantasy Baseball

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By now we’ve all heard about Eli Manning getting arthroscopic surgery on his injured ankle that he suffered in week 17 last year in a meaningless game against the Washington Redskins.  And when news broke 3 days ago that Manning was going through with the surgery I’m sure most Giants fans had a mini panic attack (or a major one).  The surgery was successful and Manning should be up and running in about 6 weeks.  Meaning Manning could possibly miss a good portion of the off season training programs.  Putting off the surgery until now has its negatives but in the end is mainly a positive move, let me explain why starting with the negatives;

Wide Receiver Lance Moore has spent most of the last decade playing football in the NFL. His life off the field may be more impressive than his life on it. 

Milwaukee Brewers Outfielder Ryan Braun has served his suspension and is back in uniform for the Brewers. He has been met with criticism, boos and a standing ovation

Binuk Kodituwakku recently interviewed former high-school phenom, Aquille Carr. 

Team by Team analysis of the upcoming week from a fantasy baseball standpoint

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Each year, when March Madness rolls around, the banter around the water coolers, on sports talk shows and social media eventually boils down to one hot-button debate; Which college basketball program is the class of the NCAA? 

Florida, UConn, Wisconsin and Kentucky have advanced to the Final Four. Who has what it takes to win it all this year? 

There’s no doubt that the 2013 season was disappointing for the New York Giants and there isn’t just one person to place the blame on.  From the front office, to the coaching, to the lack luster defense, and the inconsistent play of the 2x super bowl MVP QB Eli Manning, there were opportunities all over the field.  Now John Marra and Jerry Reese were able to improve the Giants as a team by signing 23 free agents but they’re still areas that need to step up for the Giants to return to their championship caliber form. 

The University of Kentucky advances to the Final Four; riding the back's of five Freshman. They refuse to be mentioned in comparison to Michigan's Fab Five of the early 90's. 

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As the NFL draft rapidly approaches and most big name free agents inked to new deals it's time to examine the remaining impact players still on the free agent market

Yearly awards, 10 bold predictions and 4 teams to watch for in 2014. Baseball is upon us, let's live life 90 feet at a time. 

The American League East is a monster divison again this year. Each team as a legitimate shot to win it. The West has the worst team in baseball. The Central will have a few surprise teams this year. The Royals and Indians have real shots at playing October baseball this year. I see only one of those two teams making it. 


<p style="\\\\&quot;margin-bottom:" 0in;\\\\"="">Last week Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin hinted that the team would be signing a veteran running back before the draft. Today, they did just that.

Listed by position the top fantasy players for the 2014 season


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