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MLB Barometer: Looking Ahead to 2014

Howard Bender

Howard Bender

Howard Bender has been covering fantasy sports for over a decade on a variety of web sites. For more from him, you can find his personal musings on his blog RotobuzzGuy.com or follow him on Twitter at @rotobuzzguy. For questions, thoughts or comments you can email him at rotobuzzguy@gmail.com.


Cue the exit music and hit the lights. After a grueling 26 weeks, the 2013 MLB regular season is finally over and you can put the fantasy season in the books. Congratulations to those of you who walked away with your league championship and for the rest of you, well, pitchers and catchers report in just four and a half months.

While you can all now breathe a little easier and maybe focus more on your fantasy football teams, just keep in mind that, whether you're in a keeper league or not, it's never too early to start thinking about next year. The offseason is going to be filled with tons of player movement and new strategy sessions will need to be explored. So what better way to send you into the offseason than to provide you with a little food for thought during the long, cold winter? Here's a quick look at whose stock is rising and falling based on what we've witnessed here during the 2013 season.


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