Over time, I find I just become more and more impressed with the Rangers management (of the non-Ron Washington variety). After getting one of the worst third strike calls I’ve seen the other day, I managed to catch the end of Joe Nathan’s one run save appearance last night, and
TheFantasyFix.com’s “Tools of the Trade” is a unique guide for owners to use while attempting to make an even trade with their league-mates in a standard 12-team mixed, 5×5 head-to-head or rotisserie redraft league. The values present in this guide are simply the basis for a trade. A full-blown analysis
We’re only a couple starts into the season for most pitchers, but one or two games are enough at this point in the season for a player’s ownership percentage to skyrocket. If Barry Zito had started the season with quite a few mediocre-to-bad starts and then ripped off a couple
The First Pitch It was feast or famine night on Wednesday. Five of the thirteen games saw teams score eight or more runs, but there were also four shutouts before the late games even were completed. The Miami Marlins were the only team most people would think would be shutout.
The season just got started a week ago, and if you are anything like me you are ready for some serious action. I enjoy playing the small games, but every once in a while you get that itch to do something a little bit more. Enter the DraftKings $150,000 Walk-Off coming
The First Pitch Tuesday was not a nice day/night for most pitchers. Only Lance Lynn, Cliff Lee, Anibal Sanchez and rookie Nick Tepesch had games you should be impressed by. Lynn struck out 10 Cincinnati hitters in six one-run innings. It was a very impressive start. Lee came one out
There are always little pecularities when you break down fantasy baseball into individual leagues. One of those is that each league has positions that are strong and positions that are weak. In the case of catching, we notice that the National League is considerably stronger than the American League. Of
The First Pitch Paul Maholm and Clay Buchholz followed up solid season debuts with excellent second starts yesterday. They each went seven innings, allowed no runs and got a win. As a result, their ownership percentages are on the rise. But should you hop on the bandwagon and add
The industry has been going a bit stir crazy over strand rate and luck factors as excuses for pitchers not performing up to their standards. In the case of J.A. Happ though, he really was bothered by bad luck and variance in categories that he had large skill improvements in.
Morning News and Notes After a torrid start to begin the season, Freddie Freeman of the Braves (.412 BA, 3 Runs scored, 1 HR, and 7 RBI) is heading to the DL with a strained right oblique. Two things are effected here in Atlanta: One, Chris Johnson is likely going