Fantasy Baseball

Fantasy Baseball

There is never a more fun time in fantasy sports then draft time. Fantasy football players are certainly gearing up for their drafts right now. It’s easy to place all of your eggs in that draft basket, but any good fantasy player knows that how you navigate the waiver wire

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Fantasy Baseball

There is never a more fun time in fantasy sports then draft time. Fantasy football players are certainly gearing up for their drafts right now. It’s easy to place all of your eggs in that draft basket, but any good fantasy player knows that how you navigate the waiver wire

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Fantasy Baseball

There is never a more fun time in fantasy sports then draft time. Fantasy football players are certainly gearing up for their drafts right now. It’s easy to place all of your eggs in that draft basket, but any good fantasy player knows that how you navigate the waiver wire

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Fantasy Baseball

The trade deadline brought more activity than normal because of the elimination of the waiver deadline on August 31st. Evaluating winners and losers takes time, but that won’t stop us from giving our immediate opinions on the night of the deadline. Of course, there are buyers and sellers and in

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Fantasy Baseball

The trade deadline brought more activity than normal because of the elimination of the waiver deadline on August 31st. Evaluating winners and losers takes time, but that won’t stop us from giving our immediate opinions on the night of the deadline. Of course, there are buyers and sellers and in

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Fantasy Baseball

Occasionally I have to indulge myself. Unlike most of the brass here at The Fantasy Fix, I am a native of Houston. So, this article focuses on their moves the Astros made at the deadline. It’s hard to say whether these moves make them the favorite for the World Series,

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Fantasy Baseball

The Cleveland Indians, San Diego Padres, and Cincinnati Reds agreed to the biggest trade of the 2019 season and likely the most impactful deal of the deadline season. The Indians are sending Trevor Bauer to the Reds and will recieve Yasiel Puig from the Reds, Franmil Reyes from the Padres,

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Fantasy Baseball

The trade deadline has always been my favorite time of the baseball season. Everyone loves the playoffs and when your team is in it there is nothing quite like it, but nothing can compare to the intrigue of late July. There have been several minor deals in recent days, but

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Fantasy Baseball

The trade deadline is six days away. For regular baseball fans this is the most exciting day on the baseball calendar. For fantasy baseball fans it is not quite as significant, but there are always players that will see their fortunes change one way or another around that time. Contenders

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Fantasy Baseball

The trade deadline is six days away. For regular baseball fans this is the most exciting day on the baseball calendar. For fantasy baseball fans it is not quite as significant, but there are always players that will see their fortunes change one way or another around that time. Contenders

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Fantasy Baseball

The trade deadline is a week away. For regular baseball fans this is the most exciting day on the baseball calendar. For fantasy baseball fans it is not quite as significant, but there are always players that will see their fortunes change one way or another around that time. Contenders

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Fantasy BaseballFix Audio

On episode 29, Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) is joined by guest co-host Todd Clark (@lunchmade) to discuss some baseball news and notes, some of the many injuries plaguing teams and how to approach those situations as well as some of the early trades that went down shortly after the All-Star Break.

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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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Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy HockeyFix Audio

Welcome to the relaunch of Slap Shot Podcast!Host Christopher Morais (@fuzzychris91) is back and ready for the 2019-20 NHL fantasy hockey season. In this episode, it’s all about preparing for the draft. Chris takes a look at six guidelines that everyone should be following leading up to, and during the

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Fantasy Hockey

Congratulations to the four teams for making it this far. The Eastern Conference first round was full of surprises, and there will probably be just as many in round two. All four teams deserve to be here, but only two can advance to the next round. Let’s take a look

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Fantasy Football

Fantasy Football

Fantasy Football Drafts are finishing up or have already done so. The excitement is heavy as the start of the 2019 NFL Football Season is upon us. All of the time spent studying for your Draft Day is now lost, your team roster is set (for now) and the 15

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Fantasy Football

“Don’t you have homework?” This was a popular question in my youth, especially during the start of the school year. I would mostly reply with “already done” which was a lie, pretty much all the time. When the response was “no way, go study” I did, but I wasn’t excited. 

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