Hi everybody, it’s Seth, your trusted fantasy sports writer. ‘Member me? — it’s been a while, for sure. I just went to look up when I last published an article and saw that it was written on parchment paper. My life has been a little crazy with my 11-month-old baby daughter (as well
As we near the endpoint of Week 4 of the Major League Baseball season, fantasy league waiver wires are becoming less and less plentiful. Sure, if you’re in a 10-team league or a shallower 12-teamer, there are gems to be had — every league has an owner who panics and
…they’re often overvalued. As many women can probably attest to, if a man is being acknowledged for one particular, standout characteristic, they’re likely hiding some big flaws beneath the surface. Just like the timid co-ed being wooed by the talented, yet troubled star QB, fantasy baseball owners have to discriminate when
When you have upwards of 10-15 daily- and weekly-move leagues every year, it’s nice to have a few that don’t require hours upon hours of research, player movement, trade talks, etc. That’s where draft-only leagues come in. Draft-only leagues are exactly that: you draft a team with no other roster
We’re at the unofficial midway point of the 2015-16 NBA season, and this is when fantasy basketball owners like to evaluate their teams. Though a lot of them weren’t selected in your initial drafts, many rookies now populate your rosters — some better than others.
Have you played on FantasyDraft yet? If you answered no, then you’re missing out on one of the best up-and-coming daily fantasy sports sites out there. Let me preface this by letting you know that I am in fact an employee at FantasyDraft, but since I’m also on staff at TheFantasyFix.com, this article
Coach’s selections for the 2016 All-Star Game were revealed on Thursday, and as usual, many people took exception to some of their choices. The “snubs” weren’t quite as bad as in previous years, but there were certainly some deserving players left off the rosters. The process itself is a poor one.
About three weeks ago, I brought you my fantasy basketball rookie review. I made pseudo-rankings that listed all the rookies that I felt deserved either recognition or notoriety and promised to keep updating them. Now that we’re almost two-and-a-half months into the season, I present to you, well, my “Two-and-a-Half-Month
I’m pretty active on Twitter, as most of you probably already know. I’m often referred to as the “Fantasy Vampire” and other puns that relate to my lack of sleep, which usually goes hand-in-hand with my fondness for late-night tweeting.
Hey guys (and ladies), it’s been a while since I’ve had the chance to talk to you one-on-one. Normally, I don’t like to miss a day of work — I always want to make sure you get the best fantasy sports advice and info each and every week — but