2016 Fantasy Baseball
For the first time since the 2014 offseason, the Yankees have inked a player to a major league contract. In a move that seems like it was a match made in heaven, the team signed Matt Holliday to a one-year, $13 million deal to presumably be their full-time DH. While
The G.O.A.T. is a pretty polarizing term in the world of sports. On the one hand, it’s an acronym for “the greatest of all-time”; which is a bit overplayed with hot-take culture and social media these days, but an accolade all the same. On the other hand, it’s also an
As we saw with the catchers, there are some first basemen that don’t belong in the top 24 and there are some first basemen that do belong, but they are difficult to rank because they don’t have major league track records yet. Still, we know that these guys belong somewhere.
As we continue with our first base series we have to address one of the problems with evaluating first base in general. First base happens to have the most designated hitters assigned to it and we will see an example right off the top of the bat. Some platforms relegate
The Toronto Blue Jays made their first major splash in the offseason last week when they inked free agent DH Kendrys Morales to a three-year, $33 million deal. While $33 million is a modest cost in today’s baseball, there is plenty of reason to believe that this will come back
Welcome to the second edition of fantasy catchers for the 2017 season. If you read the first article, you know we are profiling the top 24 returning fantasy players at each position. Naturally, there are some young players that will be left out and we will profile them at a
Now that the World Series is over, it is time to get a jump start on the 2017 fantasy season. So, what we are doing here is ranking the top 24 guys at each position. Mind you, those rankings are based on past performance and not on projected future performance.
It seems like yesterday when we were doing our first fantasy baseball final of the 2016 season. Today marks the last one of the season. There were so many great stories we followed as the season went on that it seems unfair to try to pick one to close with.
There is a little more than a week left in the regular season and there is still a lot at stake in both leagues. The wild card hunt is particularly tight in the American League where five teams are fighting for two slots. One thing that is not in doubt
The National League Most Valuable Player race is more intriguing than the American League race in many ways. For one, the overall quality of the players in the league is not as good as the American League, so the players are more bunched together. Furthermore, the candidates are more traditional