Fantasy Baseball

2020 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Continuing our series of looking at the Average Draft Position (ADP) of infielder in live NFBC drafts and finding players who have comparable peers at significantly different prices, we head over to third base where we’ll take a look at two third baseman who also have eligibility at another position.

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2020 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

For most of us fantasy baseball players, draft season is yet to get underway. But that does not mean we don’t have access to real live draft data as on NFBC, over 100 live drafts have taken place. So, we’re going to look at the Average Draft Position (ADP) of

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2020 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

For most of us fantasy baseball players, draft season is yet to get underway. But that does not mean we don’t have access to real live draft data as on NFBC, over 100 live drafts have taken place. So, we’re going to look at the Average Draft Position (ADP) of

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Fantasy Baseball

Those of you (like me) who failed to make the playoffs in your fantasy football league will now be turning your attentions to baseball. Something you should have done weeks ago if you ask me. To ease you into it, I figured this will be a good time to look

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Fantasy Baseball

Those of you (like me) who failed to make the playoffs in your fantasy football league will now be turning your attentions to baseball. Something you should have done weeks ago if you ask me. To ease you into it, I figured this will be a good time to look

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Fantasy Baseball

We are moving immediately into awards season. These couple of weeks where Rookie of the Year, Manager of the Year, MVP, Cy Young, and Gold Gloves are awarded just serves to whet our appetite for the Hot Stove season. Of course, this is the perfect time for web sites like

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Fantasy Baseball

As an admitted Houston Astros fan I want to give my full-throated congratulations to the Washington Nationals and their fans. Their team deserved that victory after knocking off two juggernaughts in the Dodgers and Astros. Their hitters came up big when they needed to and their pitchers kept a number

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Fantasy Baseball

As I write this, Game 7 is just underway. The end of the 2019 season is coming to an end tonight wherher we like it or not. Before we dive into 2020 we should take a look back of what was 2019. As someone wise once said, “past is prologue.”

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Freddie Freeman Fantasy Baseball
Fantasy Baseball

As the World Series nears its conclusion, it is a good time to start tieying the bow on the 2019 season. We are ranking the top 15 players at each position according to six categories, total points, and total points per game. We will use all of them to come

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Fantasy Baseball

The offseason is almost underway. All that is left is for two of the best pitching staffs in recent baseball history to go head to head in the World Series. Before free agency and trade season gets underway, we will take a look at the season that just passed and

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Fantasy Baseball

We’ve had a look at some hitters who are good trade targets in Dynasty for a bounce-back year in 2020, which means it only makes sense to look at some pitchers. If you missed the hitters’ article, go back and have a read. It’s the same premise for the pitchers;

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Fantasy Baseball

In many ways, handicapping the Cy Young awards (and Rookie of the Year) is infinitely easier than handicapping the MVP award. All we have to do is determine who the best pitcher or best rookie is. The MVP award comes with its own caveats because of the disagreement over the

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Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy HockeyFix Audio

Welcome to  Slap Shot Podcast! In episode 14, host Christopher Morais (@fuzzychris91) takes a look at which teams had a successful trade deadline, and which teams came up short. It’s hard to evaluate winners and losers this early, but let’s try it anyways. We also take a look at the wonderful

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Fantasy HockeyFix Audio

This is a special mental health episode of Slap Shot Podcast. In this episode, I talk about my struggles with mental illness and how I was able to get the help I needed to live a better life. Hockey was an important part of it. Without hockey, I don’t know

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Fantasy Football

2019 Fantasy FootballFantasy Football

Anxiety, pride, conviction, fear, desire, eagerness, reliance, knowledge, reign, luck, crown and bragging rights. These are big words and concepts that are fueling me as I prepare for fantasy battle. Many folks are not around any more to experience the excitement and stress that fantasy playoffs injects into your soul.

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2019 Fantasy FootballFantasy Football

You made it! Either you defeated your opponent in Week 14 or you were sitting pretty with a first round playoff bye. I was hoping to have two teams still with a pulse but Russell Wilson with the help of OBJ and Benny Smell Jr. demolishes that idea. I was

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Fantasy Basketball

Fantasy Basketball

My favorite kind of fantasy, dynasty! I especially am a fan of deep dynasty leagues, 20 or 30-team formats. As you will see from my rankings, I like to look ahead. So, if your gameplan day one is to win the first season of your start-up dynasty, you may want

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Fantasy Basketball

If you’ve been reading my stuff the past few years, then you probably remember two years ago when I made the very unpopular decision to not list complete category killers at all in my pre-draft rankings. So, players like Andre Drummond who are FT% tankers were not even listed, and

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Fantasy Basketball

The content continues! All of my rankings you will find are directed at 8-categories. I’m just not a supporter of 9-cat leagues that punish the top players because they have the ball more frequently. When I do regrettably join a 9-cat league, I draft as if the turnover category doesn’t

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Fantasy Basketball

Your boy is back! After a much longer than anticipated break from the fantasy writing game, I am back and feeling refreshed like I was the first day I started this venture. I wish things had happened sooner with the season just two weeks away, but better late than never.

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