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What a horrible end to the season for a Red Sox fan. The month in general more than last night. Even if the Sox had gotten in the playoffs, it was pretty clear they were not going to be a threat. At the very least, the games had more meaning and were therefore more entertaining yesterday, but the season is over. And with it the fantasy season comes to an end. Hopefully your season was more successful than mine.

In my two head to head leagues I made the playoffs and lost in the first and second round respectively. In my NL Only, my co-manager and I ditched the 2011 season in August and traded for Bryce Harper – ultimately finishing in 7th. In my AL Only, my brother and I choked a first place first half away to limp into third. In my expert league with Fox I finished in second and in my expert league with Charlie Saponara of FB365 I finished in third. Finally in my traditional roto league I finished in second for a third straight season. That’s seven leagues, 6 top three finishes, and most importantly zero titles.

Now that the year is over, it’s time to regroup and get ready for next season. During the postseason we will not be posting much if anything in order to put together the preseason rankings for the 2012 season. Once again we will post one player profile per day from the day after the World Series ends until Opening Day. Thanks for reading all preseason and season long. We can’t wait to start talking about strategy for next season. Until then, good luck with fantasy football and enjoy baseball’s playoffs.

 

Here is a look back on the rest of the months this season:

April

May

June

July

August

And now here were the top 50 for the brutal (how did the Red Sox do that?) month of September.

  1. Javier Vazquez
  2. Doug Fister
  3. Matt Kemp
  4. Adrian Beltre
  5. Ian Kinsler
  6. Jacoby Ellsbury
  7. Miguel Cabrera
  8. Eric Hosmer
  9. B.J. Upton
  10. Cliff Lee
  11. Madison Bumgarner
  12. Clayton Kershaw
  13. Ryan Braun
  14. Albert Pujols
  15. Roy Halladay
  16. Mike Napoli
  17. Evan Longoria
  18. C.J. Wilson
  19. Dee Gordon
  20. Victor Martinez
  21. Ian Kennedy
  22. Pablo Sandoval
  23. Mat Latos
  24. Hunter Pence
  25. Marco Scutaro
  26. David Murphy
  27. Prince Fielder
  28. Derek Holland
  29. James Shields
  30. Matt Garza
  31. J.J. Putz
  32. Ted Lilly
  33. Nolan Reimold
  34. Jose Valverde
  35. Chris Carpenter
  36. Emilio Bonifacio
  37. Michael Morse
  38. Robinson Cano
  39. Delmon Young
  40. Alejandro De Aza
  41. Brandon Phillips
  42. Dustin Pedroia
  43. Josh Hamilton
  44. Gio Gonzalez
  45. Vladimir Guerrero
  46. Kenley Jansen
  47. Brandon McCarthy
  48. Guillermo Moscoso
  49. Michael Young
  50. Justin Verlander
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Anybody reading this blog today is either obsessed with fantasy baseball or is still playing for something in their fantasy season. Whether you are in the process of pulling a Rays or trying to avoid a collapse like the Red Sox, here are some moves to consider as certain starters get dropped to fill that last void.

  1. Ben Revere. Since the all-star break only Cameron Maybin has more steals. On top of that he’s been doing the bulk of his steals over the last two weeks with 8 of them in that time and he isn’t owned in 83% of Yahoo leagues.
  2. Casey Coleman. It’s all about matchups and who’s hot right now. Coleman struck out a career best 8 in his last outing. If strikeouts is what you need, 8 strikeouts qualifies as “hot.” Coleman will draw the Padres in Petco tomorrow. The padres are last in baseball in runs this month and will almost certainly finish that way.
  3. Marco Scutaro. If your fantasy team is desperate, you might as well try to target someone who is on an MLB team that is equally as desperate. Scutaro has hit .320 since the break and .378 in September. He’s second base and shortstop eligibile. He’s also facing the Orioles pitching staff that hasn’t announced it’s starters for the last two games according to Orioles.com.
  4. Brent Morel. Third base has been weak all year, so if it is still weak for you and you need home runs grab Morel who has 8 of them over the last month. Just don’t do it if you need average too.
  5. Randall Delgado. He is auditioning for a role both next season and in the playoffs when he takes on the Phillies tomorrow. He also has a great deal of ability and an ERA of 2.25 this month.
  6. Kenley Jansen. If you are close to your innings cap and have a close race in strikeouts, you need not look further than the player that is striking out more than two hitters per inning this month.
  7. Wilson Ramos. Only owned in 8% of leagues, but lately he has outplayed Alex Avila, Geovany Soto, and Yadier Molina among others who are owned in more than 50% of leagues.
  8. Brandon McCarthy/TBA A’s Starter on Wednesday. McCarthy will pitch tomorrow, but there’s a good chance he’s not available. If it comes down to it, I’d add whoever the A’s will send out there in Wednesday’s game. Playing in Seattle (Mariners have a .625 OPS this month), I just would take my chances with just about anybody.
  9. Eric Young Jr. The Rockies are playing in San Francisco which is unfortunate for offensively challenged teams, but thin or thick air Young will run. He has stolen a base in 3 of his last 5 games and has reached base in 13 straight games. Hitting lead off could lead to run opportunities too.
  10. James Loney. The Dodgers are trying to give Matt Kemp every statistical boost they can in the final three games to increase his chances at an MVP. Loney, who has been on fire, is a big part of that.

 

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I am going to get to Moneyball hopefully some time this weekend. Hopefully.

  • The Yankees don’t plan on using C.C. Sabathia until the division series despite all the talk about Russell Martin (did he really say anything outlandish?) hating the Red Sox.
  • As if the Red Sox don’t feel bad already, Brian Cashman elected to rub salt in the wound that is Carl Crawford’s contract.
  • Edwin Encarnacion hit his 17th home run yesterday and now has a .919 OPS in the second half of the season.
  • The Brewers can clinch tonight with help from the Cubs. Yovani Gallardo goes for his 18th win in what will likely be his last chance for a win this year.
  • The St. Louis Post Dispatch suggests that Lance Berkman’s one year deal won’t impact the team’s ability to bring back Albert Pujols. I should hope so.
  • Back at the trading deadline, many folks believed Leo Nunez would be dealt since the Marlins were out of it and he could help contenders. As it turns out, there was a good reason Nunez couldn’t be traded.
  • Jose Reyes claims he feels comfortable in New York, but also said baseball is a business. It will be very interesting to see what kind of deal he gets since so many people are asking if he will get Crawford money. Given what’s happened to Crawford, Reyes would rather drop the comparison.
  • Theo Epstein denies any “disconnect” between himself and Terry Francona.
  • Eric Hosmer could be the AL Rookie of the Year, but his UZR won’t help him. Interesting to note that UZR doesn’t include scoops at first base nor does it account for line drives that are snagged.
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