Fantasy Baseball

Andrew MillerFantasy Baseball

DraftKings.com Team of the Day The calendar has turned to May, but the same story lines keep coming through. The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox are on top of the division again like normal. Meanwhile, the so-called power division in the American League (AL West) is sputtering along.

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Andrew MillerFantasy Baseball

Since coming up to replace Cincinnati ace Johnny Cueto a couple weeks ago Tony Cingrani has done a remarkable Cueto impersonation. The rookie lefthander has improved in each of his three outings this season, culminating with a stellar six-inning performance Sunday in Washington. He struck out 11 while walking only

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Here is your fantasy baseball week 5 update on notable injured players.  The big one this week is Giancarlo Stanton, out for at least a month with a grade 2 strain in his right hamstring. This will be a weekly posted list so you can stay ahead of the game when it comes

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The first month of the baseball season has come and gone, so now is your opportunity hit the trade trail. Here is the Fix’s first round table discussion of the 2013 fantasy baseball season: Buy Low Targets. Read it, then go convince your rivals to cough up their underachievers. Enjoy!

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Fantasy Baseball

This article comes out every Thursday. In previous years it was updated rankings each Thursday, but weekly is too frequent for updates to rankings. Monthly seems more like the stick. And so ‘The Rubber’ will be an updated top 75 on the first Thursday of each month. These are designed

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The calendar has turned to May, but the same story lines keep coming through. The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox are on top of the division again like normal. Meanwhile, the so-called power division in the American League (AL West) is sputtering along. The big picture doesn’t necessarily

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballFront Office

The first thing anyone notices when moving to the outfield is that there is a ton of depth. Whether it is quality depth or not is anyone’s best guess.  A lot of that depends on your definition of quality. For our purposes we are cutting off the position to 20

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

One month is already in the books. It seems only yesterday that the Astros and Rangers were opening the season on ESPN. Time sure does fly when you’re having fun. If you’ve missed out on the fun of the first month, it isn’t too late to get in the game.

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2013 Fantasy BaseballAlan HarrisonFantasy Baseball

At this point, it’s safe to say we can do a decent job of evaluating our team’s strengths and weaknesses. The general rule-of-thumb encourages owners not to panic too early with regards to our stars, but now could be a good opportunity to try and acquire some runs as a

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballFront Office

The National League shortstop universe is an interesting contrast to the American League version. Their collective total averages and batter runs are considerably better, but the median runs created total for the position was under 40 in the National Leagues. That can mean only one thing: there were a number

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Fantasy Baseball

Giancarlo Stanton has hit the DL with a hamstring issue. To add insult to that injury, he injured his hamstring on the last of five hitless at-bats. Couldn’t have tried to leg out an infield hit in the first, Giancarlo? Jerk… I won’t pretend to know how serious the injury

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Fantasy BaseballFront Office

We preach “practice excruciating patience!” Every year slow starters become an issue for fantasy owners scrambling to fix what ails their team – including me. Yes, I preach “practice excruciating patience!” all the time, yet I don’t even listen to that at times. Yes, I was guilty of shopping around

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Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy HockeyFront OfficeJosh Kay

After a big night of hockey yesterday, the schedule slows to somewhat of a crawl tonight as there is just five games on the NHL slate. Let’s take a look at the matchups. I’m using two lineups, and I’ll reveal both. This post, as

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Fantasy HockeyFront OfficeJosh Kay

Today couldn’t be a more perfect day to become a Fantasy Fix Front Office member. There are some great contests over there today, specifically the $30,000 Hat Trick challenge. This post, as per usual, is for The Fantasy Fix’s Front Office members only. If you would

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Fantasy Basketball

Fantasy Basketball

Welcome the first edition of my new weekly column for this NBA season, “Sizzlin’ and Fizzlin’” where each week I will do short player profiles on both a player who has been on fire recently and a player who has been ice cold. I will highlight what they’ve done so

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Fantasy Basketball

Paul Millsap – MIRAGE Go and make an offer to whoever owns Paul Millsap. Or if you’re in any of my leagues, trade me Millsap, because this start is a mirage. Plain and simple, the guy is a fantasy beast who is constantly over-looked in all formats. His percentages last

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Fantasy Football

Fantasy Football

Year two of Chip Kelly brought the same 10 wins as year one but this time the Eagles missed the playoffs. They crumbled down the stretch losing 3 of their last 4 games. Things changed this offseason as Kelly seized total control of player personnel and turned over a roster

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Fantasy Football

Everybody seems to love rookies and going young in their fantasy drafts now-a-days. However, there is one rookie running back that is being overlooked far too often this season. Carolina Panthers fifth-round pick Cameron Artis-Payne has massive potential this season, and opportunity will arise for him. He’s a deep sleeper

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Fantasy HockeyFront Office

This article was written exclusively for TheFantasyFix.com by Rich Miller. The NHL schedule is only offering five games to choose from Monday, with three of the five being afternoon contests. It’s a shortened slate, but it does offer several great matchups – Florida, Tampa,

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Brett TalleyFantasy HockeyFront Office

Below I’ve got a discussion of the best matchups and potential stacks of the day followed by player rankings for Saturday’s 13-game evening slate of DraftKings contests. At the bottom of the post I’ve embedded my research chart for the day. Here is just a snippet of an old chart I’ll use

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