This evening’s 13-game slate features just one hurler priced at/over the $10,000 mark on DraftKings (Kenta Maeda – $10,000 – at the Cubs) and two additional arms above $9,000 (Jose Quintana – $9,700 at home against the Dodgers and Zach Eflin – $9,400 on the road against the Mets). While
In this piece, I’ll be updating one of my favorite strategies to identify starting pitchers to target via trade for fantasy baseball players in 2019. Each and every baseball site you visit can probably provide you with a strategy to identify players to target via trade. One of my favorite
Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) and co-host Todd Clark (@lunchmade) take an early look at the 13-game slate on DraftKings for April 16, 2019. The fellas discuss projected game totals, take a brief look at weather conditions, talk about some favorite values among hitters and pitcher, discuss stacks, home run and stolen
The season is a week old which can only mean one thing; your team is riddled with injuries. If that’s the case for you and you’ve already lost a key hitter to the IL, we will help identify some potential replacements, widely available in most leagues to ease your suffering.
TheFantasyFix.com’s Fantasy Baseball Podcast: Episode 17 – Trea Turner Injury & Potential Replacements
Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) and co-host Todd Clark (@lunchmade) start episode 17 discussing the recent injury of Nationals’ superstar Trea Turner, some potential replacements at short stop and low-owned speed options that could be on the waiver wire while he’s on the mend. Miguel Andujar, Giancarlo Stanton and Daniel Murphy’s injuries
Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) joined by Justin Vibber (@JustinVibber) on episode 16 to discuss some reactions and overreactions from Opening Day and potential closers to target on the waiver wire or via FAAB. Lastly, Justin and Alan discuss Ottoneu Fantasy Baseball, the general ins-and-outs, some of the in-season team management strategy and
Every February I crave knowledge, I want to win a fantasy baseball championship just as much as you do. I put in my time & effort studying to know the player database more than my competition. I spend hours clicking through Spring Training news, player notes, stats and position battles…trying
If you missed the American League article, go back and give it a read. If you already have, then welcome back to the second part of my fourth edition of “No Way Pedro”. It’s similar to the bold predictions you’ll see swirling around the internet this time of year.
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 my fourth edition of “No Way Pedro”. It’s similar to the bold predictions you’ll see swirling
The regular season has technically begun, and official opening day is within touching distance. Drafts have been in full swing and starting to wind up. The rankings on the site continue to be updated (probably more frequently than we’d hope due to the late rash of injuries) and it’s the