Last week we looked at some struggling stars. Most of whom seem to have turned it around within a few days (as anticipated). That’s now left us to focus on the week ahead and starting to push on after solid starts. Or in my case, start to turn around early
If you’ve read the Week 4 preview (and why wouldn’t you have), you’ll have read a cautionary tale of not panicking with your struggling stars. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t panic at all. But it’s worth considering your options and thinking a bit more long-term before acting on this panic.
Where has the time gone? 3 weeks already in the books and those slow starts are now turning into long slumps and killing your teams, right? That’s assuming you haven’t got like 5 players on the DL! Don’t fret. It happens to us all. There’s still plenty of time to
We close the book on week 2 and now sample sizes are starting to become more meaningful. More panic is setting in with numerous stars struggling in the early going. And next week we’ll look more into those struggling stars to see if there’s any foundation to worry. I have
If you’ve read the week 1 review of trends, you’ll have seen that from next week, there’ll be a single weekly article reviewing the previous week and previewing the week ahead. But this week it’s split into two so this portion is your week 2 preview. You’ll be getting 2-start
The first week of real baseball is almost in the books. And already there’s way too much irrational behaviour for me to deal with. It’s still too early to panic about player X after going 1 for 8 or a rough outing. Once we get some more data over the
Opening day has come and gone. Every team has posted a lineup and all but two have now played an official game (Tigers at White Sox yet to start as of typing). So we’re going to take a whistle stop tour of some interesting notes from the opening day games.
The season is upon us. Drafts are complete (or at least most are). All that’s left is to sit back and enjoy proper baseball again. So it’s the perfect time to present to you what I call my “No Way Pedro” article. It’s similar to the bold predictions you’ll see
As we reach the closing days of spring training, the battles remaining are less cloudy and in regards to the NL West, aren’t particularly significant. But there’s also a chance some of the guys still trying to work their way into playing time will have some fantasy value. So we’ll
American League done and dusted. So without further ado, we’re going to look at the National League for some fantasy relevant spring battles. Keeping with tradition, we’ll start with the East division. New York Mets Possibly the most important pitching battle of the spring is heating up. The Mets’ have