“All Things Fantasy” (8-6-12)

This is the Monday August 6th, 2012 edition of “All Things Fantasy”. I give my BOLD predictions for this upcoming football season. Also, give some baseball players to pick up for Fantasy Baseball. My notes from the show are attached below. Didn’t put all of my predictions on here that I talked about.

“All Things Fantasy”
Bold Predictions:

Kyle Rudolph finishes as top 10 TE, Fred Davis finishes 3rd among TE in fantasy points.

Toby Gerhart finishes with more TDs than Adrian Peterson.

Jacquizz Rodgers finishes with the most Fantasy points among Atlanta RBs.

Reggie Wayne returns to form and finishes as a top 20 WR.

The Buffalo Bills finish as top 3 Defense.

Jon Baldwin not only has more fantasy points than Dwayne Bowe but finishes as a top 20 WR.

Josh Freeman has a bounce back year and finishes as a top 10 QB and Mike Williams has over 10 TDs.

Jahvid Best will be owned by 0% of Fantasy leagues and will not play a full game this season.

MLB Pickups

Brett Jackson OF, Chicago Cubs (1.5% )- made his Major league debut yesterday  went 2-4 with a run scored. could contribute in SBs and Runs, however he does strikeout a lot

Dan Strailey Oak, SP (11.3%)- made his 1st career major league start and it was a solid performance as he went 6 IP scattering 6 hits while giving up 1 ER and striking out 5.

Patrick Corbin( 0.5%) SP, RP Ariz- was up earlier in the year, but got his first start since being recalled last Wednesday and made the most of it by going 6 innings allowing only 2 hits and walking only 2 batters (0.67 Whip) while allowing 0 ER and striking out 5 batters. he got the  win in that game and

Grant Balfour- RP  Oak (33.7%)- Could take over the closer role as Ryan cook has struggled blowing 4 out his last 5 saves OPs, according to ESPN Balfour hasn’t given up an ER since June 29th.

John Segura 2B, Milw (0.0%)- He was the main piece in the trade the Brew Crew made in the Zach Grienke deal and it looks like he be the everyday SS for the Brewers the rest of the season. he has been tearing up Double-A ball with 4 steals and going 13 for 30 (.433 BA) with the double A team


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