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2016 Fantasy BaseballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

Chris Tillman has pretty much been the definition of league-average from 2013 to 2015. In that time he had a 3.96 ERA compared to the MLB-average 4.01. So, definitely OK, but not very exciting. In 2016 Tillman has, in 10 starts, been quite better than average. In fact, his 2.61

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA - OCTOBER 02: Carlos Gonzalez #5 of the Colorado Rockies bats against the San Francisco Giants in the top of the third inning at AT&T Park on October 2, 2015 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)
2016 Fantasy BaseballAndrew Miller

At the bottom of the Fangraphs’ leaderboard for wOBA over the last 30 days is Carlos Gonzalez at .227. He’s 10 points lower than anyone else, and he only has two RBI over the past month. CarGo’s numbers are well off of last year’s 40-homer season, and he’s been, according to

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2016 Fantasy BaseballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

If you look at the Fangraphs leaderboard for wOBA and sort by ascending numbers you see a lot of prominent (or formerly prominent) names near the bottom of the qualified leaderboard. Carlos Gomez and Justin Upton have been the two worst-performing outfielders by wOBA with enough at-bats this year. Jason

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2016 Fantasy BaseballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

Given the unreliability of ownership percentages at the major fantasy sites I’m going to use 50 percent ownership as the cutoff for entry into this article. Points-league add: Jackie Bradley, Jr. – Bradley has a 13-game hitting streak entering Sunday night’s game in which he’s hitting .340/.404/.723 with three doubles,

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2016 Fantasy BaseballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

Major League Baseball players ranked according to their Taco Bell menu equivalent in 3, 2, 1… Just because I have a player listed above another player in the same tier doesn’t mean I rank that player higher than the player below him. The reason for using tiers is because the

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2016 Fantasy BaseballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

This column will be a prequel to my outfield tiered rankings, which will come out next week. This piece will update you on risers and fallers that may be going somewhat unnoticed through the first half-month of the season. Risers Dexter Fowler – Fowler has always been an under-appreciated player

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2016 Fantasy BaseballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

SELL: Matt Kemp – This hurts me, as I’ve always been a Kemp fan, but he’s probably only going to help you in home runs this year. He’s already got four, but that goes with zero other extra-base hits, only one walk, and 10 strikeouts. Even with his four home

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CINCINNATI, OH - JULY 12: Nomar Mazara #12 of the World Team looks on during batting practice ahead of the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game at the Great American Ball Park on July 12, 2015 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
2016 Fantasy BaseballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

To avoid small-sample-size theatre I’m looking at Yahoo!’s transaction page to see which players have been added and dropped and how they can impact your fantasy teams. Texas called up its No. 1 prospect, 20-year-old Nomar Mazara, to fill in for the injured Shin-Soo Choo, who suffered a calf injury

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2016 Fantasy BaseballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

Most of these players are only going to be appealing in deep, five-outfielder leagues or AL/NL-Only leagues. But there’s definitely some late-round value to be had at outfield, so I wanted to give you some of my favorite deep picks. If you have any questions or comments find me on

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BRADENTON, FL - MARCH 06: George Springer #4 of the Houston Astros waits for a pitch during a spring training game against the Pittsburgh Pirates at McKechnie Field on March 6, 2016 in Bradenton, Florida. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
2016 Fantasy BaseballAndrew Miller

The following rankings are a tiered approach, which I like using for my drafts. Outside of a handful of players I enjoy watching play this marvelous game, I don’t mind if I land Player X or Player Y – just as long as they produce for me. Using tiers helps

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