Fantasy Baseball

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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2013 Fantasy BaseballBrett TalleyFantasy Baseball

Mike Olt was drafted out of the University of Connecticut by the Texas Rangers in the first round of the 2010 draft (#49 overall). Olt hits from the right side of the plate and comes with good size at 6’2” and 210 lbs. Olt profiles as a guy with a

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Paul Goldschmidt belongs in the same draft conversation as Albert Pujols, Joey Votto and Prince Fielder. Hell, in a vacuum, I’d take him ahead of Fielder without a moment’s hesitation. Our own Albert Lang wrote a cautionary piece last week (which I encourage you to check out), warning about the

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2013 Fantasy BaseballBrett TalleyFantasy Baseball

According to the average draft position listed at fantasypros.com, which combines ADP from CBS, Y!, ESPN and MDC, Albert Pujols, Joey Votto and Prince Fielder are all worthy of first round picks in even the shallowest of leagues, the ten-team mixed league. And if you bought our Draft Guide, you’d

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Alan HarrisonFantasy Baseball

The San Diego Padres selected Jedd Gyorko in the second round of the 2010 draft. That same year, the Friars failed to reach an agreement with their first round selection Karsten Whitson, making Gyorko the highest draft pick signed by the Padres. One assumes both a team’s brass and fans

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Fantasy Hockey

Justin Peters
Fantasy Hockey

Happy Holidays to all who have kindly chosen to read our waiver wire piece, as well as any and everything else that The Fantasy Fix offers. No matter what or how you celebrate, we hope it turned out as well as you had hoped it would. There have been a

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Fantasy Hockey

Due to the Christmas Holiday, we are simply rolling out an updated rankings list. Stay tuned next week for our mid-season Top-200 rankings! Enjoy the Christmas weekend everyone. Forwards   1. (1) Sidney Crosby 51. (54) Milan Lucic 2. (2) Alex Ovechkin 52. (62) Ryan Johansen 3. (3) Evgeni Malkin

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Fantasy Football

Fantasy Football

Rookies are the ultimate high-risk, high-reward players. We love their talent, but they have no NFL resume and even the brightest of scouts cannot definitely say how a prospect will perform on the next level. There are very few guys like Andrew Luck and Calvin Johnson who are can’t miss, slam

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Fantasy Football

View image | gettyimages.com In this article we will be ranking the top five fantasy tight ends in re-draft PPR leagues. Of course this is pre-draft so things could dramatically change after we find out where these TEs land in the 2015 NFL Draft. For now, this is how I’m

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