Two months into baseball season, and it’s time to assess what categories your fantasy team needs to improve—and win. On offense, you want to find players that can help your team batting average, for example, or move you up a few places in steals. For the pitching side, do you need more wins or saves? Figuring out now where the biggest gains are to be had in your league will make all the difference through the summer months.
One man clearly stands atop the list of the greatest catchers in the history of the Texas Rangers, but who else makes the list? Jared Sandler provides his picks.
Styles always come back. But who knew the bushy beards of 19th Century presidents would take over Major League Baseball?
When can you trust your struggling studs? Twelve starts into the season, Fantasy owners still have no idea what to make of Mike Minor. After he was sidelined with an injury to open the year, Minor just hasn’t been able to recapture his old form.
John Lackey pitched seven strong innings and the Boston Red Sox snapped a three-game losing streak with a 5-1 win over the Rangers.
Former Texas Rangers catcher Mike Napoli calls in and talks with the guys as the Rangers open up a series against the Boston Red Sox tonight.
World Series Champion, and former Ranger great Mike Napoli finds the time in between partying to give Ben a call on his birthday. Listen here as Ben and Skin try to persuade the free agent into returning to Texas, by administering a couple of NA-PO-LI! chants!
The Cardinals and Red Sox are squaring off against one another yet again this year in the Fall Classic. While much of the spotlight will fall on marquis players like David Ortiz, a battle over a limited seven game sample such as this often boils down to X-Factors.
Mike Napoli has a lot of great memories of his two seasons with the Texas Rangers, including his first World Series. Now he’s back, playing first base for the Boston Red Sox at Rangers Ballpark.
Rangers president Nolan Ryan expects the team to be very competitive even after the departures of Josh Hamilton, Michael Young and Mike Napoli following a season without a playoff victory.
Mike Napoli has two ways to boost his income with the Red Sox. He can stay on the active roster for at least 165 days or get 625 plate appearances with at least 120 days.