Baseball players are multi-dimensional and it is paramount that we understand each of these dimensions when looking at any individual player. For instance, people might look at Gerardo Parra and wonder why he is playing every day. That becomes much more clear when you look at his fielding numbers. Most
Host Brett Talley (@TheRealTAL) is joined by Davis Mattek (@DavisMattek) of Fantasy Insiders to get you ready for the DraftStreet $22 DSBC Qualifier.
It’s hard to do, but I try to avoid looking at the detailed scoring breakdowns of my fantasy baseball leagues early in the season. In most cases, I want to trust my draft season valuations and give ‘my guys’ a chance to perform. Getting caught up in the daily plus
The last position on the diamond (officially) carries many of the same issues as the other positions on the diamond. The choices on the waiver wire range from decent players that simply can’t get on the field everyday to players that play everyday but simply aren’t living up to expectations.
It’s always interesting how things look like they will last forever. When the offensive explosion began following the strike in 1994, we thought hitting would dominate forever. It seems that forever has come to an end. Such studies wouldn’t seem to belong on a fantasy sports site except that assumptions
In the Week 11 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re discovering Eugenio Suarez, seeing Adam Eaton for what he is, and allowing John Axford to find himself. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy leagues. This
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
Getting old, it happens. This Sunday, I became another year older, giving me 12 months before I’m represented by a number that begins with a three. We try not to lose it, but soon our prime only becomes a memory. I suppose it’s better than the alternative, despite what Debbie
Yes, that headline is a tribute to a Black Eyed Peas song (you must listen to it as you read). I chose it for twos reasons: I’m a terrible person and I suck at writing headlines. When you think about it, 162 games isn’t a very large sample. After you consider
After the appetizer, it’s time for the main course. What the 2014 MLB Draft lacks in hitting talent it makes up for in intriguing arms. Here are the ones with the best chances of being first round picks come June 5th. Carlos Rodon – North Carolina State University, LHP Rodon
A 31-29 start this year isn’t exactly the start the St. Louis Cardinals had in mind after reaching the World Series in 2013. They started off their recent nine-game homestand 1-4 and it was announced that first baseman Matt Adams would require a stint on the 15-day disabled list due
The Jonathan Singleton story is really two-fold. He already has made his major league debut and has already hit his first big league home run. On a site like this, the story is Singleton the player. First base is a crowded position, so immediately we have to wonder where he