With One Week Left, Diligent Fantasy Baseball Owners Are About To Be RewardedEven if the prize for winning your fantasy baseball league is just finger-pointing rights until next April, it's worth it to stay diligent through the final week of the baseball season. Don't let a title slip through your fingers.
Kahn: The Year Of The Long BallMLB has set a record for most home runs in a season. How'd we get there?
Knowing Position Limits For Your League Comes In To Play With Two Weeks LeftEvery fantasy baseball league has different rules, it seems, so know the position limits for your league is really important right now. Making sure you maximize all your starts for pitchers and position players could make the difference in your league standings at the end of the season.
Kahn: Reflecting On the Cleveland Indians' Win StreakFans typically don't remember team win streaks like they do other records.
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Gallant's Random Thoughts: A Final Baseball WhineWe're almost to the end of the regular season road and beginning of the playoffs for the Astros. My whine: why did it have to talk so long?
Kahn: No Such Thing As Meaningless BaseballA beautiful day at the ballpark is still enjoyable, even if the two teams stink.
Verlander Officially Introduced In Houston After TradeJustin Verlander only had about 30 minutes to decide whether to accept a trade the Astros. In the end, he figured that he couldn't pass up a chance to join the team with the American League's best record.
Astros Boost Rotation With Trade For VerlanderThe Houston Astros acquired Justin Verlander in a trade with the Detroit Tigers on Thursday night, just before the deadline for having players eligible for postseason play.
Houston Astros Trade For Justin VerlanderIn exchange for minor league prospects Franklin Perez, Daz Cameron (son of former outfielder Mike Cameron), and Jake Rogers, the Astros added a big name to their rotation in the form of Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander.
Astros Acquire Verlander In Last Minute Trade With TigersIn a bizarre final hour of the waiver trade deadline, the Houston Astros went from a game ending strikeout to a walk-off homerun.
5 MLB Aces No One Saw Coming In 2017The 2017 MLB season has been dominated by offense, but that doesn't mean there haven't been great pitching performances. While the usual suspects like Clayton Kershaw, Max Scherzer, Chris Sale and Corey Kluber have all been unsurprisingly dominant, there have also been major breakouts from a number of young arms.

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