Alan Harrison

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  1. Alan Harrison added a topic in MLB Forum   

    Leagues/Managers Wanted - Open Thread
    Throughout the preseason many folks ask me if I know of any available leagues or potential managers to fill spot in their leagues. 
    Let's keep this thread open/available to do that.
     
     
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  2. Alan Harrison added a topic in MLB Forum   

    2017 Fantasy Baseball Keeper Questions
    I'll be answering any and all fantasy baseball keeper questions for the upcoming 2017 MLB season. Please be sure to include any and all necessary information regarding your team/league settings that could help me make a better judgement on your situation. 
    How many days until pitchers and catchers?
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  3. Alan Harrison added a topic in DraftKings   

    NBA Fantasy Updates From DraftKings
    This morning, DraftKings sent out this message to users indicating some changes to their NBA game for the upcoming season:
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  4. Alan Harrison added a topic in NFL Forum   

    '16 Week 3 Sit/Start Thread
    We'll be using this thread to answer your sit/start questions between now and Sunday. Sunday morning we'll hop on the Twitter machine to do some rapid responses about two hours before game time. 
    Have at it!
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  5. Alan Harrison added a post in a topic Top 200 Dynasty Rankings   

    Here are Sam's updated Fantasy Basketball Rankings. 250+ players!
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  6. Alan Harrison added a topic in NBA Forum   

    2016 Fantasy Basketball Cheat Sheet
    Sam (@Macetastic) has done it again. 
    Here's an excerpt of his article describing what he calls the $5 Fix (cheat sheet):
    Jump directly to the article here.

    I’ll cut right to the point.
    If you want every useful NBA statistic and ranking to prepare for your draft, then this is the cheat-sheet for you.
    I’m the first to admit the information packed into this tidy little package can be found, for free, in various places using various sourcing methods.
    But you won’t find ALL of it in one place, except for here.
    With every player’s stat just open a new tab and copy/paste your pick as the draft goes, tracking your stats so you know what stats you need. Much easier in offline I admit! The FGM, FGA, FTM, FTA stats are always useful as they help paint an actual representation of your team’s outlook. Yes, if you take DeAndre Jordan you still won’t reach 80% from the line even if you pair him with Kevin Durant, James Harden, DeMar DeRozan, Danilo Gallinari, Russell Westbrook AND Carmelo Anthony (a combined 43.1 out of 54.4, 79.1%).
    It’ll work in Excel and Sheets, I’ve taken the ugly hairy stuff out from the back and it comes in a weeny little file of less than 700kb, perfect to save on your phone, computer or tablet.
    Here’s a preview of the main page, also showing all the tabs containing the other statistical goodies.
    Head to the bottom of this page for the downloadable link.

    All this for only $5. You don’t need those cheeseburgers, they won’t tell you to draft Nikola Jokic instead of Nikola Vucevic.
    This spreadsheet isn’t machine washable and it won’t mow your lawn with the flick of a switch, but it will help you in your fantasy draft this season.
    As always I can be reached on Twitter here (@macetastic) and I love getting feedback and questions (about fantasy mainly, though if you like rugby or league I’ll gladly talk you to sleep).
    HEAD OVER TO THE ARTICLE HERE TO GET THE $5 FIX
     
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  7. Alan Harrison added a topic in MLB Forum   

    RotoQL - Importing Your Own Projections
    RotoQL is one of the finest resources for daily fantasy sports players to surfaces since the inception of the game. Many players develop their own algorithms/projections that assist them in building lineups. If you don't, that's fine too. RotoQL supplies users with a handful of projections from reputable sites like Baseball Prospectus and Razzball that help guide lineup construction, but if you'd like to use the RotoQL tools with your projections, you can import them from the Projections tab.
    Prior to the tutorial, if you'd like to take RotoQL for a test drive, please use this link to sign up for a free account. If you like what you see, invest. If you invest, let me know and I'll also give you access to our premium content here at TheFantasyFix.com.
    Go to Projections -> Upload my own projections.
     


     
    Instructions provided within the application: 
     

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  8. Alan Harrison added a post in a topic 2016 Fantasy Baseball Keeper Questions   

    Agree with your first three choices -- especially Santana at $1. I'd likely grab Murphy at $13, but if your concerned about the lack of closer depth in the NL/others keeping closers, I can see keeping Smith or Vizcaino. I prefer Vizcaino, but both team's roles seem to be up in the air as of now. 
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  9. Alan Harrison added a topic in MLB Forum   

    Job Opening: Fantasy Baseball Writer
    JOB OPENING
    Are you an experienced writer looking to pad your resume? Or are you currently looking to break into the fantasy sports writing industry? If either of those are you, you may be interested in an opening we currently have at TheFantasyFix.com.
    We're looking for an experienced writer that also has experience in season-long and daily fantasy sports. In this case, the candidate will have a wealth of baseball knowledge and be familiar with most of the advanced statistics around the game.
    The candidate should be available to research/publish quality content for our subscribers between 1-3 times weekly. The candidate is flexible and should communicate well with the rest of our staff, specifically Alan, Brett, Ryan and the rest of our baseball team.
    This may be a paid gig for the right candidate that meets the above qualifications. If you don't meet all of the qualifications but are still looking to land a gig to gain experience, feel free to apply as well.
    Please send me an email here with the following information and sell me on why you're the best candidate for the job:
    Name, writing experience, season-long/daily fantasy baseball experience/successes and twitter handle.
    We look forward to hearing from you,
    Alan
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  10. Alan Harrison added a post in a topic Getting to Know FantasyDraft.com   

    I'm a big fan myself. Love the user experience. 
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  11. Alan Harrison added a post in a topic new to the site   

    Thanks, Chris! I'm also from New Jersey, so if you send me some Taylor Ham I'll be gladly to point you to the rankings. 
    Just kidding.
    Our 2016 ranks are not out yet. We'll start running them following the draft.
    Welcome to the Fix!
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  12. Alan Harrison added a post in a topic Who cuts down the net this season   

    I feel like this year is as wide open as ever. Would like the ACC to bring it down. Maybe Virginia?
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  13. Alan Harrison added a topic in FantasyDraft   

    FantasyDraft Announces VIP Freerolls
    FantasyDraft continues to roll out the red carpet in freeroll fashion. In the last two weeks we've seen a Tony Parker and Doug Gilmour VIP Experience giveaway. This time around, two lucky folks will travel to New York to meet up with Jeremy Roenick. Included in the trip valued at $5,000 are:
    Airfare for two, hotel accommodations for one night, game tickets for the Rangers vs. Penguins at MSG and dinner with Jeremy Roenick for the winner and their guest. 
    Head over to FantasyDraft and join the fun. If you don't have an account at FantasyDraft just yet, deposit a minimum of $20 and we'll provide you with two months of free access to our #FrontOffice research and analysis (a $34 value). 
    If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.
     
     

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  14. Alan Harrison added a post in a topic 2016 Fantasy Baseball Keeper Questions   

    Really close here -- and I know Scott suggested Salazar, but I'd prefer the bat, especially in a shallow league. I think both players have extremely high ceilings, but thing the pitching pool is significantly deeper and you can jump on that early in the draft if need be. If Rendon can stay healthy, he could be in for another big year.. 
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  15. Alan Harrison added a post in a topic 2016 Fantasy Baseball Keeper Questions   

    I think the values you're getting with the first four will allow you to splurge on Harper. I'd likely be keeping him even at $37 leaving you with ~$200 to fill out your squad. If you feel like a lot of closers will be kept, I may keep Frankie and throw back your $8 Gardner. Really depends on your league's tendencies. 
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