Fantasy Baseball

2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballNCAAProspects

Sometimes scouting is exceedingly difficult. The footwork necessary to successfully turn a double-play, a batter being able to cover the outside pitch without opening up a hole inside, the softness of a catcher’s hands aiding him in framing pitches; these skills can best be seen by experienced and dedicated scouts.

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

It’s better late than never for the Week 6 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3. This week, we’re catching Dee Gordon, keeping Starling Marte, and writing a passionate love letter to Brett Anderson. 3 TO CUT Brett Anderson, Oakland A’s SP “Dearest Brett, “It’s over. We can’t handle this rollercoaster any

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2013 Fantasy BaseballBrett TalleyFantasy Baseball

  Before we get to our team of the day, we have an exciting contest going on over at DraftKings tomorrow, exclusive to the readers of the Fix. It’s just $1 to enter and the top two finishers will earn tickets for a chance at $100,000 while third place wins

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Buchholz’s name has been all over the news to start the 2013 season. Buchholz leads all major league starters in ERA (1.01), and he’s Top-15 in WHIP (0.96). Most impressive though, has been his strikeout rate at 27%. He currently has 47 strikeouts in just under 45 innings pitched. Is

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballNCAAProspects

Mark Appel is finally pitching like the star he’s been made out to be. The Stanford right-hander entered the 2012 draft as the number one prospect on media draft boards and in his own mind or, at least, the mind of his agent, the Baseball Antichrist Scott Boras. Appel’s slide

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Fantasy Baseball

 Not every fantasy team has the luxury of getting exceptional play from the majority of their team. I know I have fallen into that category, and it is time to consider making some changes.  The options available for you are to try to swing a trade, or pick up someone

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

This coming Wednesday, The Fantasy Fix and DraftKings are partnering up to offer you a chance to win tickets to one of DraftKings largest events ever! The top 2 winners of the tournament will receive tickets (free entry) to a larger event on 5/17 and the 3rd place finisher will

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Andrew MillerFantasy Baseball

Must-starts Madison Bumgarner – vs. PHI, ATL Clay Buchholz – vs. MIN, TOR Cliff Lee – at SF, ARI Jake Peavy – at KC, vs. LAA Hiroki Kuroda – at COL, KC James Shields – vs. CWS, NYY Kris Medlen – at CIN, SF Trevor Cahill – at LAD, vs.

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Fantasy Baseball

  Today I will be playing the Daily Dollar (great for beginners!): Don’t forget to claim your Deposit Bonus! Before I get into my @DraftKings team of the day, here are some weather notes for tomorrow’s games. Potential rain concerns: CHW @ KC (30% chance of rain), NYM @ ATL (20-30% chance of

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Fantasy 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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Fantasy Baseball

  It’s the weekend, and everyone knows what that means! Everyone has more time to watch baseball! What better way to watch baseball, than having a vested interest in multiple players performances? Without further ado, let’s dive into my Draft Kings Team of the Day Today I will be playing

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The Houston Astro’s victory over the Texas Rangers on March 31st seems like a lifetime ago. Since that point, we’ve all been wrapped up in the day to day minutia of our teams and trying to get to the top of standings. Today, we’ll take a step back from the

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Fantasy Hockey

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Fantasy HockeyFront OfficeJosh Kay

It’s time once again to capitalize on the big contests over at Draft Kings. I’m going to play numerous cash games tonight, and even a few GPP’s. I hope to see you there, and with a Front Office ($) membership, you can see my lineup! This post, as per usual,

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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 per usual, is for The Fantasy

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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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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 Tuesday’s nine-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 the chart I’ll use to explain what

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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, and Columbus (on Columbus Day) are

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