Fantasy Baseball

2013 Fantasy BaseballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

DraftKings Team of the Day Today I’m going with old reliable – a $1 Double Up contest. You can also play in $3, $5 and $10 Double Ups where you have a 50/50 shot at winning. It’s a very fun and easy way to get involved in daily fantasy sports

Read More
2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballJosh Kay

  July 26th Daily Notes: Verlander pummeled and Buehrle shines *Authors Note, please excuse the brevity of recent Daily Notes articles, I have been suffering from migraine headaches recently* Hopefully this one quenches your thirst for the advanced statistical knowledge you have come to expect from the Fantasy Fix. Pitching

Read More
2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballFront Office

Brett Lawrie is a heartbreaker. The other night I came across Stephen King’s wisdom on opening lines.  Written above, in italic, is my opening line.  It’s simple, to the point, and for most of Lawrie’s fantasy baseball career, emphatically true.  I applied this same line when I wrote about him

Read More
2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Author’s Note: This is the fourth edition of a seven part series on fielding and how it could affect your fantasy team and the trade deadline. We are profiling the top two teams in each division because those are the teams most likely to deal for players to help them

Read More
2013 Fantasy BaseballBrett TalleyFantasy BaseballFix Audio

This week host Brett Talley (@TheRealTAL) is joined by Paul Sporer (@sporer) of Baseball Prospectus. If you know Paul, you know he is the starting pitching guru, so that’s exactly what this podcast is about. Brett and Paul talk about everyone from Matt Harvey to Roberto Hernandez and everything in

Read More
2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballJosh Kay

  July 25th Daily Notes: Tim Hudson Fractures Ankle Pitching Injuries News and Notes: With the unfortunate severely fractured ankle injury to Atlanta Braves starting pitcher Tim Hudson on Wednesday, Kris Medlen’s rotation spot finally looks completely safe once again. He is an excellent buy low right now because owners

Read More
2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballTeam Fix

Yesterday was one of those days you love to have. You try a new strategy and it worked. I spent most of the evening on top of the leader board. Several players jumped out and had productive evenings and I walked away with nearly twice as much as I wagered.

Read More
2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The Braves rotation has been pretty solid all season. They’ve gotten great performances out of Julio Teheran and Mike Minor. Tim Hudson has taken his lumps, as have Kris Medlen and Paul Maholm. It appears that the winds of change are swirling around Atlanta and those changes will have pretty

Read More
2013 Fantasy BaseballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

The Miami Marlins roster is basically made up of Giancarlo Stanton, rookies and no names. While Jose Fernandez has been the only fantasy-relevant Miami rookie, Marcell Ozuna is actually leading the Marlins hitters in WAR and Derek Dietrich had hit nine home runs in just 57 games. Both Ozuna and

Read More
2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballJosh Kay

July 24th: Jason Grilli heads to the Disabled List Pitching News and Notes: Pittsburgh Pirates closer Jason Grilli is officially headed to the disabled list with a right forearm strain according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Mark Melancon needs to be added in every single format. Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Alex

Read More
2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballTeam Fix

This is my first official daily fix since the all-star break. The all-star break is not the half way point, but it is a natural break. Given that, we will be changing strategies a tad moving forward. We will still try to exploit some negative match-ups, but we will primarily

Read More
2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Brewers closer Francisco Rodriguez has been traded to the Baltimore Orioles for third base prospect Nick Delmonico.  Rodriguez will slot behind Jim Johnson in the Orioles bullpen and give them a boost in being able to shut down the back end of ball games.  This is a no brainer for

Read More

Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy HockeyFront OfficeJosh Kay

There’s lots of big NHL action going on over at Draft Kings tonight, including multiple satellites for their big “$75,000 Guaranteed Light the Lamp” tournament that takes place on Tuesday October 21st. If you are a new Draft Kings user make sure to sign up here. Let’s take a look at tonight’s

Read More
Fantasy HockeyFront OfficeJosh Kay

There are nine games on tonight’s slate. Let’s take a quick look at who the likely goalies will be tonight. Anaheim @ Philadelphia: Frederik Andersen (ANA- Confirmed) vs. Steve Mason (PHI- Confirmed) New York Islanders @ New York Rangers: Jaroslav Halak (NYI- Confirmed) vs. Henrik Lundqvist (NYR- Confirmed) Dallas @ Columbus: Kari Lehtonen (DAL- Confirmed) vs. Sergei Bobrovsky (CBJ-

Read More

Fantasy Basketball

Fantasy BasketballFront OfficeJosh Kay

This article is a collaboration between Joshua Lewis and Joshua Kay , the NBA Daily Fantasy experts for the Fantasy Fix. Here at the Fix, we are dedicated to providing the most in depth coverage that you can find on the internet when it comes to Daily Fantasy Sports. Our

Read More
Fantasy BasketballFront OfficeJosh Kay

This article is a collaboration between Joshua Lewis and Joshua Kay , the NBA Daily Fantasy experts for the Fantasy Fix. Here at the Fix, we are dedicated to providing the most in depth coverage that you can find on the internet when it comes to Daily Fantasy Sports.  You

Read More

Fantasy Football

Fantasy Football

1. Rob Gronkowski, NE Gronk is clearly the top tight end, and this one doesn’t require a ton of explanation. He’s bigger, stronger, faster and better. Gronk was on a snap count for the majority of last season and was used somewhat sparingly. He caught 82 passes for 1,124 yards

Read More
Fantasy Football

1. Antonio Brown, PIT Brown was far and away the best fantasy wideout in 2014. He totaled a ludicrous 129 receptions, 1,698 yards and 13 TDs. He was also the model of consistency. Brown had zero games with less than five receptions. Brown had zero games with less than 70

Read More

Front Office

Fantasy BasketballFront Office

First off, a happy Veteran’s Day to all of those out there who have served this country and defended us so that we can sit in our homes in peace playing daily fantasy sports. Next, a big ‘screw you’ to the New York attorney general who has made DFS illegal

Read More
Fantasy BasketballFront Office

Last night, the sweat was on. One of my turbo teams was dominating, and I sat in first place of a 4600-man GPP at the end of the third quarter of Spurs-Kings, just needing another good quarter to make a big splash. Unfortunately, the blowout nature of the game kept

Read More
SHARE

Home