Also, what’s gotten into Ryan Brasier since he got traded from the Red Sox?
In his weekly press conference, Riley touched on some encouraging signs for the Trojans and some key developments as they head to Tempe this weekend.
Also, a familiar face makes his debut for the Boys in Blue.
Riley also discussed the significance of the Trojans’ upcoming matchup with Stanford in his weekly press conference.
Two-start streamers are not looking too great for the upcoming week. Plus, why should you consider Joey Gallo as a pick-up?
Which two-start pitchers should you target this week? Is A.J. Puk the closer in Miami? What other performances should you keep in mind as the season gets going?
What second basemen are reliable this year? And in a deep shortstop position, which late-round pick should you target?
With the third base position being so lackluster this year, who can you reasonably expect to give you value? And which first basemen am I targeting?
Which starting pitchers am I targeting this year? And which closers will remain as reliable sources of saves as the year goes on?
Here are some key terms, league types and evaluation methods to get you started on your fantasy baseball journey.
The cold-shooting Trojans were unable to exorcize their demons at McKale Center, losing to a deeply talented Wildcats team.
The Trojans collected their first ranked victory of the season over the No. 19 Tigers on the shoulders of Boogie Ellis, who scored 28 points.
While the Trojans were unable to mount a late comeback against the No. 10 Bruins, it is clear that they are on the right track.
After a strong start in the NCAA Championship Tournament, the No. 1 Trojans couldn’t hang on late in the championship match against the No. 2 Golden Bears.
The No. 7 ranked Trojans are prepping for their crosstown matchup with the No. 16 Bruins, but they aren’t letting the pressure get to them.