Fantasy Baseball

2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

I’ve updated the 2013 Relief Pitcher Guide and made it free to everyone via the Fantasy Fix. I have improved on the Trevor Rosenthal, Derek Lowe and Jenrry Mejia sections. You’ll get about 42,000 words on mostly relievers and how they might fit into saves, holds, K/9 and other types

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Pitching is rather famously hard to predict. Young pitchers, without the benefit of a MLB track-record, are even more so. Let’s look anyway. I like to live dangerously. Casey Kelly (SD) A pitcher with an average fastball and only eight starts above Double-A may seem an odd choice to start this

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballFront OfficeTotal Run Index

I hate closers. Okay, maybe that is a bit extreme. It’s not like I send hate mail to Craig Kimbrel and Mariano Rivera. I hate the idea of closers. Of course, my hatred for closers probably shouldn’t have much to do with your draft strategy as it pertains to closers.

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Brett TalleyFantasy Baseball

Custom Cheat Sheets If you would like to send me your league settings and details, I will make a couple of custom cheat sheets specific to your league’s settings. I’ll provide an overall rankings sheet with the number of players that will be drafted in your league, and I will

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2013 Fantasy BaseballBrett TalleyFantasy BaseballFront Office

This is the fifth 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

Jose Reyes is annually considered one of the elite fantasy shortstops in baseball.  There is no doubt about his talent and abilities.  He can score plenty of runs and steal a lot of bases for your fantasy club, but I am here to explain why I annually stay away from drafting him.  By

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Fantasy BaseballJosh Kay

A sharp eye will reveal a possible sleeper heading into the 2013 MLB Season: Baltimore’s Jake Arrieta. Looking at his peripherals, (8.0 K/9, 3.5 BB/9, 1.1 HR/9, 15% HR/FB, .330 BABIP, and 58% strand rate) it’s easy to cast off Arrieta as another Ricky Nolasco. If someone wanted to make

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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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Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy HockeyFront OfficeJosh Kay

We would like to wish every single reader a very Merry Christmas. Today there are 14 games in the National Hockey League, and due to the layover of games until December 27th, we are making this a very special article. It is our longest of the year, and is dedicated

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Fantasy HockeyFront OfficeJosh Kay

Today is an interesting day in the National Hockey League. Of the nine games starting at 7 p.m. or later, two of them are home and home match-ups (BUF @ BOS, & PHI @ CLS), two include division rivals that have not yet faced each other this year (NJ @

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Fantasy Football

Fantasy Football

View image | gettyimages.com The second-year stars may be the most important in fantasy football. For the most part we know what we’re getting from the established players and rookies are a crap shoot. However, it’s those sophomore guys that can make-or-break a fantasy season. Which guys will develop into

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Fantasy Football

View image | gettyimages.com Now that the draft is over, I can reveal my 2015 All-Rookie Team. It consists of a QB, two RBs, three WRs, one TE and a Flex option (RB, WR, TE). These are the guys you may be able to steal for great value that can

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