Welcome back to the daily fix. Draftstreet is our platform of choice and it has been a friendly one so far this year. They offer a number of different kinds of games for your gambling pleasure. Personally, I love the double up contests. The double up contests start as low
You’re a risk-adverse fantasy team owner. You refuse to draft Troy Tulowitzki or Carlos Gonzalez early because they’re always hurt. You say, “I want guys with high floors, guys that are safe.” That’s adorable. I don’t understand it, but I think it’s cute. The elephant in the room is that
Welcome to the ninth 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, Kris Medlen, Jarrod Parker,
When looking at veteran left fielders, we see some intriguing names on the list. Of course, all of these guys have flaws or they would be owned by more fantasy owners. The question is whether their flaws make them unfit to be owned by you. Unlike the young pups, all
Below is a podcast with me discussing daily fantasy strategy for the day. It’s only about nine minutes long. I discuss the starting pitchers with the highest projected point totals and the ones who are the best value for their price. I also discuss which teams are the best to
Different fantasy platforms treat outfielders differently. Some of them simply lump them all together while others separate them by positions. Here at the Fix, we are going to separate them anyway in case you are in one of those leagues that does so. The advice will likely hold even if
Memorial Day MLB is some of the best baseball of the year and it doesn’t look like this year’s version will disappoint. There will be a few games to watch for weather coverage, but expect most if not all of these games to be played on Monday. New depositors to
In the Week 9 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re changing our tune on Marcell Ozuna, reaffirming our faith in Justin Verlander, and passing on Country Breakfast.
There isn’t anything that resembles a theme or common thread between players found in this week’s Free Agent Fixes. There are, however, a couple of right-handed starters highlighted that can help teams in various leagues. They’re joined by a patient first baseman I’ve discussed in this column before, a young
With the 2014 Major League Baseball season now officially a quarter of the way complete, it’s time to unveil the Quarter Awards. What better way to reward the fantasy baseball’s best (and worst) players than handing out some prestigious awards? While certain awards were very easy to choose a winner
Yesterday, I posted a piece about Julio Teheran. I didn’t mention WAR in it, mainly because it was a fantasy piece and your league settings likely mean the statistic doesn’t mean much for you in this context. Teheran’s WAR, however, was in the back of my mind the whole time.
The Unheralded All-Stars are one of the most fun parts about fantasy baseball. Sometimes it’s your late-round sleeper pick that you had been eyeing all offseason and other times, let’s admit it, you get lucky and fall into the previously unseen breakout pick. Let’s look at three guys giving their