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Source: Christian Petersen/Getty Images North America

2016 Fantasy Baseball First Half Surprises

Derek Nadeau breaks down the biggest surprises (and disappointments) from the first half of the 2016 Fantasy Baseball season.



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Source: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images North America

Reyes Returns to the Big Apple

Jose Reyes is back in Queens, and boy does that pull the ol’ heartstrings.






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Source: Rick Yeatts/Getty Images North America

Girardi Coaches Scared in Yankees 4-2 win over Arizona

The Yankees may have won, but Joe Girardi coaching scared does not bode well for the Yankees in the long run.





AP Blue Jays Yankees BaseballHBT’s 2016 MLB Team Preview: New York Yankees

With basically the same roster as last year give or take, A-Rod and Co. will look to continue defying Father Time and return to the postseason.




gettyimages-482800028-1HBT’s 2016 MLB Team Preview: New York Mets

The ‘Mazing Mets fell just short in 2015, but with a full year of the best rotation in baseball, New York looks primed to make a run at another NL crown.




nats 4HBT’s 2016 MLB Team Preview: Washington Nationals

Arguably the biggest disappointment in 2015, MVP Bryce Harper and the Nationals will be hungry to get back atop the NL East standings in 2016.




pandaHBT’s 2016 MLB Team Preview: Boston Red Sox

Coming off of back-to-back last place finishes in the AL East, Boston looks to climb its way to the top in David Ortiz’s farewell season.




braves 5HBT’s 2016 MLB Team Preview: Atlanta Braves

The Braves enter 2016 in full blown rebuild mode. It’s gonna be a tough year for the ATL.





jays 2HBT’s 2016 MLB Team Preview: Toronto Blue Jays

The Blue Jays mashed their way to their first postseason since 1993 last year. With their line-up intact, don’t expect that to change in 2016.





marlins 4HBT’s 2016 MLB Team Preview: Miami Marlins

Jose Fernandez and Giancarlo Stanton lead the Marlins in 2016 as they look to fight for a wild card spot.





orioles 3HBT’s 2016 MLB Preview: Baltimore Orioles

They may not have much in the way of starting pitching, but these O’s are going to do quite a bit of hitting in 2016.





phillies 1HBT’s 2016 MLB Preview: Philadelphia Phillies

The Phillies have been bad, and probably will be again in 2016, but with a good core of youngsters, there may be hope moving forward in Philly.





royals 4HBT’s 2016 MLB Preview: Kansas City Royals

The Champions of Baseball enter 2016 with Alex Gordon and a great chance to go for their 3rd straight AL crown.





MLB: SEP 23 Reds at CardinalsHBT’s 2016 MLB Team Preview: St. Louis Cardinals

Death, Taxes, and St. Louis winning 85+ games. But with the Cubs and Pirates loaded up, the Cards consistency will be tested in 2016.




cubs 2HBT’s 2016 MLB Team Preview: Chicago Cubs

Can this be the year… seriously… can this be the year?!?





twins 7HBT’s 2016 MLB Team Preview: Minnesota Twins

The Twins may be in for a long 2016, but with a great core of youth the future is bright in the Twin Cities.





pirates 3HBT’s 2016 MLB Preview: Pittsburgh Pirates

With arguably the most talented outfield in the game, the Pirates hope to return to the postseason for the 5th straight year.





tigers 5HBT’s 2016 MLB Preview: Detroit Tigers

With a revamped bullpen, a new ace, and the slugging Justin Upton, the Tigers look to get back to the postseason in 2016.





brewers 7HBT’s 2016 MLB Team Preview: Milwaukee Brewers

Another season, another transition year for the Brew Crew as they try to scrape and claw their way up the NL Central ranks.





Daniel+Murphy+Washington+Nationals+v+New+York+2A_6nOaghLalDaniel Murphy is not a Met anymore, and that’s a shame

For one postseason, Daniel Murphy was a Mets hero. Now he is a member of the Nationals… and that is a shame.





indians 4HBT’s 2016 MLB Team Preview: Cleveland Indians

With the best pitching staff in the American League, the Indians’ lack of offense could be the downfall for the Tribe’s 2016 season.





reds 3HBT’s 2016 MLB Team Preview: Cincinnati Reds

The fire sale began in Cincy last season. Now with their All-Star Closer and Third Baseman elsewhere, the Reds are looking past 2016.





astros 7HBT’s 2016 MLB Preview: Houston Astros

Future superstar shortstop Carlos Correa will look to lead the young Astros back to the playoffs in his first full season.





LaRocheAdam LaRoche: Family Man

What could make a man walk away from $12 million? His son.





giants 3HBT’s 2016 MLB Preview: San Francisco Giants

Championships in 2010, 2012, & 2014… can the Giants continue their even championship winning ways in 2016?





texas rangers 1HBT’s 2016 MLB Preview: Texas Rangers

The Rangers with a great 1-2 punch atop their rotation and a lineup that should hit the cover off the ball, will have their sites set on a championship in 2016.




padres 6HBT’s 2016 MLB Preview: San Diego Padres

After last year’s huge free agency failure, the Padres hit the reset button in 2016.





rockies 5HBT’s 2016 MLB Preview: Colorado Rockies

The biggest question about the Rockies this year will be when and to whom will they trade Carlos Gonzalez. Other then that… there isn’t much to expect from Coors field besides some Home Runs.




angels 3HBT’s 2016 MLB Preview: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

The Halos struggled to score last year, and after making no big changes to their lineup, that trend should continue in 2016.





13 OCT 2015: Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw (22) pitches during the first inning of Game 4 of the NLDS between the New York Mets and the Los Angeles Dodgers played at Citi Field in Flushing,NY. (Photo by Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire)HBT’s 2016 MLB Preview: Los Angeles Dodgers

With the biggest payroll in the game, the Dodgers will continue to be the favorites in the NL West… but can they actually turn that into a World Series run?





mariners 6HBT’s 2016 MLB Preview: Seattle Mariners






April 21, 2014; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Athletics relief pitcher Sean Doolittle (62) delivers a pitch against the Texas Rangers during the eighth inning at Coliseum. The Rangers defeated the Athletics 4-3. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY SportsHBT’s 2016 MLB Preview: Oakland Athletics






arizona 3HBT’s 2016 MLB Preview: Arizona Diamondbacks






world-seriesNY vs KC: A City Comparison for World Series Insights






2015-world-series-featHBT’s World Series Preview






Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher David Price looks down as he walks off the field after being relieved in the seventh inning in Game 2 of baseball's American League Championship Series against the Kansas City Royals, Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015, in Kansas City, Mo. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)The Jays Hope the (David) Price is Right in Game 6






ALCS-Major-League-Baseball-PlaALCS Preview: Not exactly the usual suspects






Theo EpsteinIs Theo Epstein the GOAT?






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Keuchel WC GameHouston Launches into ALDS






ArrietaPreviewing the NL Wild Card: Chicago at Pittsburgh






media_55ff81b0-3bf6-11e5-98f7-95f81cdc5bb7A Stab at the Yankees Postseason Roster






Masahiro-Tanaka-091415Wildcard Game Represents an Uncomfortable – Once Unthinkable – Scenario for the Yanks






HarveyHarvey, Mets Blow Chance to Grab NYC






Slade_Heathcott_1280_9b5uau3f_d3xligcmIn Search of that Old Yankees Magic






NEW YORK, NY - JULY 16: National League All-Star Matt Harvey #33 of the New York Mets pitches during the 84th MLB All-Star Game on July 16, 2013 at Citi Field in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. The American League defeated the National League 3-0. (Photo by Brace Hemmelgarn/Minnesota Twins/Getty Images)The NY Mets: A Reality Check




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