Fantasy Baseball

2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballFront Office

Early in the baseball season, you will often hear the phrase, “small sample size.” In truth, it is for good reason. There are times we get too ahead of ourselves and it leads to declarations that are simply irresponsible. But if you want to win a fantasy baseball league, you

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2014 Fantasy BaseballAlan HarrisonFantasy BaseballFront OfficeUncategorized

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

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

When it comes to fantasy baseball there are a lot of unknowns fantasy owners must deal with. Whether it comes down to players going down unexpectedly with injuries, trying to figure out if a little known player can keep up his production, or accounting for circumstances like a player changing

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballFront Office

Fresh off a $105 million contract extension, Homer Bailey has had a dreadful start to his 2014 campaign. In three starts, Bailey has managed to get through 14.1 innings, while posting an 8.16 ERA. Obviously, this isn’t what Cincinnati or Bailey himself had in mind to begin the season, but

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The most exciting advancement in analytics over the past ten years in baseball has been the relationship between fielding and pitching. Ten years ago, even a majority of analysts were discounting the effects of fielding as Voros McCracken’s theories on defense independent pitching statistics were taking hold. It isn’t so

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No. Despite rumblings from the baseball prospect online echo chamber, North Carolina State ace left-hander Carlos Rodon is still the best pitching prospect in college baseball and potential big league ace. THIS IS A FREE SAMPLE OF OUR #FRONTOFFICE CONTENT. LEARN HOW TO BE A MEMBER HERE.

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Every year without fail, it seems as though there is a great deal of hysteria early in the fantasy baseball season that leads to mass amounts of knee jerk transactions being made.  There are those owners out there that will make over-reaction transactions that make for amazing message board fodder

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The final tier of starting pitchers is usually reserved for the scrubs of the world, but when you look at the table for the aggregate tier one, tier two, and tier three guys you will see that the tier three guys actually had more starts and more innings than the

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Fantasy BaseballFront Office

The Daily Double Switch for Draftstreet is back and ready to give you a direct look into how I’m viewing MLB players tonight. There are 16 games today and some confusing MLB slates so beware. Make sure you know the slate you have joined and subsequently which doubleheader starter is

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Welcome to another addition of the daily fix. We have new partners this season with Draftstreet and so far it has been fun getting acclimated to the site. One of the things they offer you is the ability to go with a salary cap system (as most daily games allow)

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballFront Office

For the past few seasons Pedro Alvarez has been a huge tease – a solid performer, but a tease nonetheless. He has been a pain to own in head-to-head formats at times, but he’s also likely won your team’s match-ups singlehandedly a few times. [am4show have=’p3;p4;p7;p11;’ guest_error=’Front Office’ user_error=’Front Office’

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2013 Fantasy Baseball2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Photo Credit: Keith Allison Welcome to the second week of the Fix DL Report. Each week I (@Rich_Migs) will cover significant fantasy baseball injuries. As the season continues, the report will address some of the most recent injuries and their fantasy implications. OUT FOR THE SEASON: Patrick Corbin, Brandon Beachy,

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Fantasy Football

Brett TalleyFantasy FootballFantasy Football Salary Cap Analysis

Below are my favorite plays from various price ranges at each position for this week’s early college football contests on DraftKings. Within each price range, players are listed in the order in which I would prefer to roster them. If you’re looking for additional CFB DFS content, check out the

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2014 Fantasy FootballFantasy Football

Thursday November 13, 2014 Buffalo Bills @ Miami Dolphins Thursday night we have an AFC East showdown. It’s been a while since both the Dolphins and Bills have been relevant. This game could very well decide a wild card spot in AFC. The winner will have the edge for the

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2014 Fantasy FootballBrett TalleyFantasy FootballFix Audio

Host Ryan Noonan (@RyNoonan) is joined by Brett Talley (@TheRealTAL) to preview Week 11 of the NFL season.

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2014 Fantasy FootballChris GarosiFantasy FootballFantasy Football Salary Cap Analysis

It is on to week 11 of Daily Fantasy Football at DraftKings. I’m back again this week to offer my picks for the Tight End position at DraftKings. We still have bye weeks up on us in Week 11, but we can see the light at the end of the

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Fantasy Basketball

Fantasy Basketball

Believe it or not, the NBA season is just five weeks away! I know, very, very sneaky of them. Opening Night is October 27, which gives fantasy basketball owners just a short time to join leagues, draft and be ready for the 2015-16 season. If you’ve played fantasy hoops before, you probably prefer

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Fantasy Basketball

Constantly we are looking for that slight edge on the competition in drafts, and a great way to be one step ahead is to review the recent ADP list on the site that you’ll be drafting on and noting players that are going both too high and too low. I

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Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy Hockey

Given the quirky creativeness of myself and my editors that my readers have come to expect, the original plan was to somehow integrate this title with that of the current Tarantino epic in a Photoshop extravaganza. But given the sensitive subject matter, we’ll just say the movie was great, and

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Fantasy Hockey

Another hockey season is behind us.  The good news is, the NHL has the shortest offseason of any sport, and players report to training camp in roughly 60 days.  As always, this season brought us many memories.  For the second straight year, and third in the last four, we had

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This article will take on a slightly different format than the normal recaps, mostly because my work schedule was insane and I did not get the opportunity to break down each game, but I have the conch, so let’s face it, the article will follow whatever format I choose. So

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Fantasy Hockey

The Wings Took a Midnight Train Home 2nd Round Western Conference Recap (2) Sharks over (4) Red Wings: I finally had one prediction correct: this was to be the most entertaining series of the second round, and it lived up to every bit of the hype. Six of the seven games

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Front Office

Fantasy BasketballFront Office

I was pretty off my game on Saturday’s slate, so I apologize for that, but as you all know, it happens. While I hit on some, a lot of the top plays that I suggested were just solid, didn’t excel, and Kristaps Porzingis and Marvin Williams… well, let’s just say

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Brett TalleyFantasy HockeyFront Office

Below I’ve got a discussion of the best matchups and potential stacks of the day followed by player rankings for Monday’s five-game slate of DraftKings contests. At the bottom of the post I’ve embedded my research chart for the day. Here is just a snippet of the chart I’ll use to explain what you’re

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