The decision of whether to divide outfielders into separate positions or consider them altogether is always tough. I play in leagues under both sets of the rules. The decision to separate them usually comes down to the fact that it is always easier to go from specific to general than
This quick article and chart is the complement to the starting pitcher article I released yesterday. Please visit that article for more of the history and theory behind this strategy. In short, I use this data set to target both starting and relief pitching prior to the draft and throughout
The fantasy baseball industry is lucky to have many analysts with interesting strategies up their sleeves to target players on draft day or throughout the season via FAAB. One particular strategy I’ve enjoyed using over the years is K%+IFFB%-BB% to target pitchers. Strikeouts and the ability to induce easy pop
On episode 32, Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) is joined by co-host Todd Clark (@lunchmade) to briefly discuss starting pitchers and relievers to target in the middle rounds of your 2020 fantasy baseball draft. Give a listen below or download the podcast in iTunes, Stitcher or Google Play. Please leave a positive rating/review – we greatly
On episode 31, Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) is joined by guest co-host Todd Clark (@lunchmade) to briefly discuss our recent Mixed LABR draft. Give a listen below or download the podcast in iTunes, Stitcher or Google Play. Please leave a positive rating/review – we greatly appreciate your support. To get your
For the second pitching comparison (which is a bittersweet thing for me but more on that later), we’re going to do something a little different and focus on two teammates’ Steamer projections. As with the previous editions, we’re still focusing on their NFBC ADPs and how the two players could
Part one of the outfielder value search saw us unearth one outfielder being drafted 4-5 rounds later than some very comparable peers. Part two sees us finding two players who likely won’t quite put up the same numbers as their comparison player but won’t be far short of it at
Continuing our series of finding value from the early NFBC drafts and comparing similar players, we’ll now take a look at starting pitchers. The 2019 stats for the first duo we’re assessing are;
With outfielders ticked off, we’ll take a look at the outfield and find some more value based on current NFBC ADPs. Below are the 2019 stats of four outfielders; three of whom have very similar ADPs right now and another not being shown nearly as much love.
Continuing our series of looking at the Average Draft Position (ADP) of infielder in live NFBC drafts and finding players who have comparable peers at significantly different prices, we head over to third base where we’ll take a look at two third baseman who also have eligibility at another position.