Fantasy Baseball

2013 Fantasy BaseballAlan HarrisonFantasy BaseballFront Office

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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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Here is TheFantasyFix.com’s week eighteen update on all notable injured players, right here in one spot. Here you will find an update on a player’s progress as well as my spin on their expected return dates and fantasy impact upon return. The players are listed by expected return date. The big addition this week

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballJosh Kay

  Today I will be playing the Daily Dollar (great for beginners) If you are new to @DraftKings Daily Fantasy Baseball, you can claim your Deposit Bonus here! In other Draft Kings related news, I will also be participating in the $100k Sweet Spot contest on August 23rd. Fantasy players

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Avisail Garcia was recently traded from the Detroit Tigers to the Chicago Whitesox.  Alex Rios was just traded from Whitesox to the Texas Rangers.  Together, these two trades gave fantasy baseball owners a new commodity.  This is even more significant than usual because it is the middle of August.  Adding

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

J.P. Riccardi lives on. It’s been a long time since he’s been a general manager in the game, but his wildly stupid contracts nabs another victim. In this case, the solid but spectacular Alex Rios moves in another August trade. This time he goes to the Texas Rangers for player

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Fantasy Baseball

Russell Martin is owned in just 39% of Yahoo! leagues and I am rather unsure why this is the case. Martin has a history of producing well in different categories in different seasons. He has had years where he has hit .293, a year with 20 homers, a year with

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Statistics are worthless without a frame of reference. Sure, you can compare players with other plays in a basic way, but what does it all mean. It occurred to me that I went through the first three articles without providing a frame of reference for total runs. Those that have

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2013 Fantasy FootballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

DraftKings Team of the Day Today I’m playing another $1 Double Up contest, which pays out to 25 of the 50 participants. On August 23, DraftKings will be holding the $100K Sweet Spot Contest. It’s the last big baseball contest of the year, and you can qualify into it for

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2013 Fantasy BaseballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

This season it’s been hard to keep the Rookie Report fresh, as the same players (Shelby Miller, Julio Teheran, Jose Fernandez) have continued to dominate throughout the season and there has been a definite lack of noticeable rookie hitters outside of Yasiel Puig and Wil Myers. I’ve covered the pitchers

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Second base has been one of the more interesting positions in fantasy baseball this season. Seven players in the current top twenty were drafted in the top 100 selections. None of them registered as the number one second baseman to this point of the season. Developments like this are interesting

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballTeam Fix

Mondays and Thursdays can be hell for daily fantasy baseball, but if you approach it the right way you can make a killing. There are fewer players to choose from and everyone has to deal with the same things that you do. One of the key things to do is

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Nostalgia has no place in fantasy sports. Yet, thousands of fantasy sports players fall victim to it every year. If there is one thing no one can predict, it is the career arc of a player in any sport. Some guys falter before their time and others just seem to

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Fantasy Basketball

Fantasy Basketball

Barry Zito We all know nothing in sports is better than a comeback story. Especially players who come back from devastating injuries or even juicier drug addicted tales. 2010 is different. Nothing major happened with these guys, they just slowly fell out of out the limelight. The most interesting thing

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Fantasy Basketball

Chase Headley is on a roll and finally so are the red hot Padres. The first thing you’ll notice on the depth chart is that there are only two veterans in the starting lineup with Adrian Gonzalez and David Eckstein (although the only thing that makes Eckstein a veteran is his

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Fantasy Basketball

Phil Hughes Johnathan Sanchez – 78% ownedTwo double digit strikeout games in a row one of them being a 1 hitter. Expect 200+ strikeouts this year. This guy is “Dirty”!! Kevin Slowey – 76% ownedOnly 5 runs allowed in 3 games so far. His numbers won’t be dominating, but look

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Fantasy Basketball

So long Frankie!! To be frank, (sorry couldn't help myself) I never expected him to be the best closer with the name Francisco in the league but I still had high hopes for him. He started off so damn hot when CJ WIlson went down in 2009.  Coming back from

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Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy HockeyJosh Kay

Just a five game slate this weekend, but there’s still some great action going on over at Draft Kings. If you are a new user to Draft Kings please use this link to sign up! The main event tonight is a $10,000 Face-off GPP with a $27 entry fee *Note this is a

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Fantasy Hockey

Sometimes in fantasy hockey, one man’s junk, is another man’s treasure. Disappointment early on in a season can cause fantasy owners to trade away players who are off to a terrible start.  Some players will have a disappointing year, while others will turn it around and help fantasy owners win

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Fantasy Football

Fantasy Football

1. Le’Veon Bell, PIT Bell was the NFL’s official Fantasy MVP last year. He racked up 2,215 yards from scrimmage and scored 11 touchdowns. More than 850 of those yards came courtesy of his 83 receptions. He had an incredible run of three games down the stretch with at least 200 yards and a

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Fantasy Football

2014 was a year in which there was plenty of sizzle but hardly any steak when it came to rookie running backs. Names like Bishop Sankey and Terrance West were must have’s going into the draft. Then as the season wore on those high picks you invested in guys turned out to

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