Fantasy Baseball

Fantasy Baseball

The all-star break is just in the rearview mirror, so it is always a good time to take a look back at each position and see where we are at. Total points is a relatively new format normally seen on the daily fantasy sports scene, but some full season leagues

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Fantasy Baseball

Now at the halfway point of the season, you will likely at some stage have streamed a starting pitcher, whether it be for one game, one week or multiple occasions. It’s something I try to avoid but nearly every league format will lend itself to streaming as a viable option

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Fantasy BaseballUncategorized

The all-star break is just around the corner, so it is always a good time to take a look back at each position and see where we are at. Total points is a relatively new format normally seen on the daily fantasy sports scene, but some full season leagues are

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Fantasy BaseballUncategorized

We have gotten to the virtual halfway point in the season. When you get to these landmarks it is always a good time to look back and forward at the same time. So, we are ranking the position players according to total points. Total points is the preferred platform for

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Fantasy BaseballUncategorized

We have gotten to the virtual halfway point in the season. When you get to these landmarks it is always a good time to look back and forward at the same time. So, we are ranking the position players according to total points. Total points is the preferred platform for

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Freddie Freeman Fantasy Baseball
Fantasy Baseball

We have gotten to the virtual halfway point in the season. When you get to these landmarks it is always a good time to look back and forward at the same time. So, we are ranking the position players according to total points. Total points is the preferred platform for

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Alan HarrisonFantasy Baseball

As I’ve noted numerous times in the past, the fantasy baseball industry is lucky to have many analysts with interesting strategies up their sleeves to target or sell players. One particular strategy I’ve enjoyed using over the years is K%+IFFB%-BB% to target pitchers. Strikeouts and the ability to induce easy

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Fantasy Baseball

By now, you’ll most likely be looking for some specific assistance with your fantasy teams. You may be a bit light in pitching, lacking on some offense or perhaps a bit of both. If you’re fortunate enough, you will just need a bit of help in one category. It’s unlikely

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Fantasy BaseballFix Audio

On episode 28, Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) is joined by guest co-host Matt Goldman (@TheOriginalBull) to discuss some baseball news and notes, including Giancarlo Stanton and the Yankees’ playing time situation, Byron Buxton’s wrist injury and potential replacements, Logan Allen’s promotion to the Padres, the Giants/NL West, players to buy/sell, Ottoneu

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Fantasy Baseball

We come to the end of the two to add and two to dump series…at least for now. We will likely revisit this later in the season when the fantasy season is coming down the stretch. We started just after Memorial Day when the summer unofficially begins. This is the

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Fantasy Baseball

The injured boys from the Bronx are about to get some well needed assistance from some familiar faces. Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Giancarlo Stanton might be back with the team as early as Tuesday.  Baseball fans and fantasy lovers rejoice.

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Fantasy BaseballFix Audio

On episode 27, Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) and co-host Todd Clark (@lunchmade) discuss some baseball news and notes, injuries, those coming back from injury (Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton & Scooter Gennett) and the potential impact on lineups/playing time. Alan also touches on some middle relievers to plug into your lineups to stabilize

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Fantasy Basketball

2016 Fantasy BasketballFantasy Basketball

Welcome to the latest edition of the Fantasy Hoops Owner’s Manual. This season I will only be able to produce one article per week, anything else is just an added bonus, but don’t worry because this will be packed with all of your fantasy essentials weekly. I will cover waiver

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2016 Fantasy BasketballFantasy Basketball

We have a nice little six game slate at our disposal tonight with plenty of great options to choose from including Damian Lillard who has been on an absolute tear to start the season and making a very solid claim to why he is the MVP of the league. We

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2016 Fantasy BasketballFantasy Basketball

Each day when you go to fill out your daily FanDuel lineup for the night there should be one thing you do that is consistent throughout the year. You will look at the games and there will be a few games you are very excited for and expect lots of

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2016 Fantasy BasketballFantasy Basketball

Welcome to the very first edition of the Fantasy Hoops Owner’s Manual. This season I will only be able to produce one article per week, anything else is just an added bonus, but don’t worry because this will be packed with all of your fantasy essentials weekly. I will cover

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Fantasy Hockey

Fantasy Hockey

Congratulations to the four teams for making it this far. The first round saw a ton of surprises, and we will probably see more in the second round. No team wants to go home now, but only two teams can make it to the Conference Finals. Let’s take a look

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Fantasy Hockey

Congratulations to the eight teams for making it this far. The first step is complete, but now the real work begins. For 15 teams, the dream will not happen this year. No team wants to go home in the first round, but for four teams, all that hard work during

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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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