Fantasy Baseball

2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballFront Office

Julio Teheran, whom I’ve written about before, fired his second complete game shutout of the season Tuesday night. His first came against the Phillies; his second, against the Brewers. Julio Teheran is very, very good. But if you’re like me and look at peripherals a good deal, especially this early

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Fantasy BaseballFront Office

Wednesday’s MLB went pretty well if you followed along the Daily Double Switch. The hitter’s didn’t do as great as I had hoped, but the pitching did well for their prices. Also, my hunch that Chris Davis was underpriced and worth the gamble worked out well. It’s worth noting that

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

About 90 years ago, a relatively young Yankees first baseman seemed on the path to a long and prosperous career. Coming into the 1925 season, Wally Pipp was coming off of two consecutive 100+ RBI campaigns. He had three other 90+ RBI seasons to his credit before that point. There

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jose abreu
2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Welcome to the eighth 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,

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Last time, we looked at the youngster shortstops that have been left undrafted. Today, we will look at the older shortstops in the same situation. Some of these folks are still relatively young (two are 27 and one 28), so calling them veterans is a bit of a misnomer. Some

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Fantasy BaseballFront Office

The Daily Double Switch is back today and I’m ready to get you going for all your daily fantasy play needs on Draftstreet. There is plenty of action to choose from, so take advantage of it by signing up via the link below. Let’s get into this 15-game slate.  New

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

It’s not often that a player that can make a fantasy impact is a free agent in who signs in May, but Stephen Drew is a free agent no longer, and he’ll be ready to help fantasy teams soon. Red Sox Manager John Farrell indicated in a press conference on

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Welcome to another edition of the daily fix. If you want to join in the fun, you can go to Draftstreet and sign up. They are offering some good bonuses at the moment, so there is no better time than now to sign up. Last week was a disappointing week

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

I pulled off a trade! Oh…you don’t care. Fair enough. But I’m here to discuss only one detail…Ian Kennedy. He wasn’t the key part of the deal, but prying him away from his owner was less difficult than I anticipated. To a point, his inclusion felt like a throw-in. Of

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2014 Fantasy BaseballBrett TalleyFantasy BaseballFix Audio

Below is a podcast with me discussing daily fantasy strategy for the day. It’s only about eight 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

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

We’re finishing the first quarter of the season, and it’s easier to understand some of our buy and sell opportunities as fantasy team owners than it was back in April. Late last week I wrote about starting pitchers to sell and you can find that here. Today I want to

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

This week of free agent options is an eclectic bunch headlined by two pitchers who are quite different. They’re joined by a prospect infielder that should get his first taste of big league joe soon, an outfielder that brings a healthy blend of power and speed, and another that has

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Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy Hockey

Welcome to NHL season review: a brand new series that will breakdown every NHL team this offseason. You can expect to see a new post everyday until the end of July, starting from the 30th place team, and finishing with the Stanley Cup champions. With so many changes coming in

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Fantasy Hockey

Welcome to NHL season review: a brand new series that will breakdown every NHL team this offseason. You can expect to see a new post everyday until the end of July, starting from the 30th place team, and finishing with the Stanley Cup champions. With so many changes coming in

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Fantasy Basketball

Fantasy Basketball

In the past month, I reviewed our 2014-15 preseason hoops content here at the Fix, and I noticed a big hole in our pre-draft coverage. We beat on the standard — and most popular — H2H and roto re-draft leagues until they were left looking like a Ronda Rousey victim,

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Fantasy Basketball

Like all humans (no, vampires are not human. They used to be humans), NBA players also age. For most athletes, their play deteriorates as they grow older, but for a small, unique group, their game may only suffer from the slightest regression. They may be few and far in between, but

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Fantasy Football

2015 Fantasy FootballFantasy Football

Week 4 brought us some newcomers to the list. Players such as Stefon Diggs got an opportunity due to injuries while others made another week happen as they have all season. You don’t have to go far to see DeAndre Hopkins as a primary example of that situation. Players such as

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Brett TalleyFantasy FootballFront Office

Below are positional rankings for the 17-game early slate of DraftKings contests on Saturday with some commentary along the way. Keep in mind that salary has a huge impact on a player’s ranking. Matchup Chart Below is a matchup chart I create each week that includes

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Front Office

Fantasy BasketballFront Office

I usually don’t use these pieces as a sounding board for my own bad beats, but Kevin Durant made it necessary Monday night. Sitting in 13th of 13,000-plus entrants in the late $3 Sharpshooter with 10 seconds left in the Thunder-Clippers game, I was

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Fantasy BasketballFront Office

Ahhhh, I feel so revitalized after a few nights off from writing, and I also took those days off from DFS in general. Saturday was my 32nd birthday, so I enjoyed my long weekend without the stresses of creating lineups, late scratches and that late night tilt on if you’re

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