Fantasy Baseball

2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

As we continue through our platoon advantage series, it pays to keep in mind a few simple rules of thumb when using this information to build roster. First and foremost, it is information. I am often surprised myself when I look up the information on all of these players. Bill

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Fantasy Baseball

Host Brett Talley (@TheRealTAL) is joined by one of the newest members of The Fix team, Scott Barzilla (@sbarzilla). Brett and Scott discuss the plausibility of platooning players in fantasy baseball, ADP risers and fallers, answer some Twitter questions, and preview the 2013 Houston Astros.

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Alan HarrisonFantasy Baseball

The Mariners selected Taijuan Walker with a first-round supplemental pick (43rd overall) in the 2010 MLB Amateur Draft. The Yucaipa, California product is an athletic right-handed starter that stands at 6’4”, 210 pounds entering his age twenty season. Walker’s three premium offerings — fastball, curveball and changeup — are still

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2013 Fantasy BaseballBrett TalleyFantasy BaseballFront Office

This is the fourth installment of our projection series. We are posting a series of articles in which we project the roto stats for all hitters who could be useful in mixed leagues. The projections and “Roto Ratings” for each player are available to those who subscribe to our premium

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

There is a governing rule in the radio business that your listening audience turns over every ten to fifteen minutes. Some people get in the car and some people get out of the car. So, you have to reset your conversation every now and then just to keep the new

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

I’ve updated the 2013 Relief Pitcher Guide and made it free to everyone via the Fantasy Fix. You’ll get about 42,000 words on mostly relievers and how they might fit into saves, holds, K/9 and other types of leagues. For cliff notes, check out here and here, which focused on some sleeper candidates  including

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2013 Fantasy BaseballChris GarosiFantasy Baseball

Mike Zunino has the look of an All-Star and he’s only been in professional baseball for one season and he’s only played 44 games. Is the hype justified? Profile Mike Zunino was drafted in the 1st round (#3 overall) in 2012 out of the University of Florida. The 21 year-old

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

At this point in the offseason, most fantasy sites and experts have reached the consensus that a successful way to conquer a league is to draft or purchase hitting first, second and third. Pitching has become relegated to the middle and late rounds. This strategy has immense value and has

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Second base provides its own unique opportunities for a platoon advantage. If you have been following the series you know we have a few rules of thumb that guide us throughout the draft process. If we can provide balanced good production then we avoid the platoon if we possibly can.

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

For this purpose of this exercise, the average draft position trends reflect movement over the past two weeks, and are taken from our friends at MockDraftCentral.com. Our ADP data is courtesy of FantasyPros.com. Curtis Granderson | OF | NYY | ADP: 33 | -70% If you aren’t living in a

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballTotal Run Index

Those that have been following my index series will notice how I treat starting pitchers differently. We should note this before we move onto the “grand table” as I am want to call it. Pitching is the most difficult position to get a handle on in fantasy baseball and in

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Tim Lincecum had an extremely disappointing season in 2012 with career worsts in losses, ERA, WHIP, earned runs, walks, wild pitches, and homeruns allowed. He has slid far down the rankings lists for 2013 with an average draft position so far of 125, which in a 12 team league has

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Fantasy Basketball

Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy HockeyFront OfficeJosh Kay

It’s time to bounce back after Saturday brought us some unpredictable results, starting with the Toronto Maple Leafs blowout victory over the Chicago Blackhawks. In addition, the Carolina Hurricanes really surprised us by beating the Phoenix Coyotes 3-1. Today we bring you a free advice article, in order to help you get back on track in the winning

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Fantasy HockeyFront OfficeJosh Kay

We had an excellent day yesterday in Daily Fantasy Hockey once again, winning $14. That’s now five straight days of profits for us. Hopefully all of you took advantage of the freebie article. Today is Saturday, which brings lots of games and lots of options. This piece will be for

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Fantasy Football

2014 Fantasy FootballFantasy FootballFantasy Football Salary Cap Analysis

Dallas Cowboys @ Green Bay Packers Sunday January 11, 2015. 1:05 p.m. EST, FOX This is by far the most hyped game of the weekend. It’s a bit surprising how much it has trumped Peyton Manning taking on Andrew Luck and the Colts, but I guess the Cowboys are very

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2014 Fantasy FootballFantasy FootballFantasy Football Salary Cap Analysis

Carolina Panthers @ Seattle Seahawks Saturday January 10, 2015. 8:15 p.m. EST, FOX This should be the biggest mismatch of the entire playoffs. You have the sub-.500 NFC South champions heading to Seattle to take on the defending champs on their home field. The Seahawks have a historically great defense,

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