Welcome to the 76th episode of the Double Dong Fantasy Baseball Podcast hosted by Ryan Noonan and Broc Miller presented by TheFantasyFix.com! Ryan and Broc typically bring the goods five times per week here at TheFantasyFix.com (as well as iTunes and Stitcher) for the daily breakdown of the MLB slates for daily fantasy baseball.
Opening day has come and gone. Every team has posted a lineup and all but two have now played an official game (Tigers at White Sox yet to start as of typing). So we’re going to take a whistle stop tour of some interesting notes from the opening day games.
We must be nuts to look at fielding on a fantasy site, but fielding has a bigger impact on the fantasy side of the game than we realize. First, it directly impacts the success or failure that pitchers have. Secondly, it can even impact offense in an indirect way. Successful
Anyone writing commentary sometimes has to try hard to avoid the overuse of snark. This usually happens when covering a team like the White Sox. The industry has discovered a link between fielding and pitching and the fantasy player would do well to pick up on that link. So, while
Admittedly, breaking down fielding numbers is a guilty pleasure, but it isn’t simply an idle hobby when it comes to fantasy baseball. Sure, fielding numbers don’t count in the official standings, but some teams are getting wise to the interaction between fielding and pitching. They not only are breaking down
The season is upon us. Drafts are complete (or at least most are). All that’s left is to sit back and enjoy proper baseball again. So it’s the perfect time to present to you what I call my “No Way Pedro” article. It’s similar to the bold predictions you’ll see
Opening day is rapidly approaching. Your draft or auction is in the rearview mirror. So, why are we dredging up these auction values again? Simply put, your research shouldn’t stop the moment the draft or auction is done. There are always waiver wire claims to make and for those playing
As we reach the closing days of spring training, the battles remaining are less cloudy and in regards to the NL West, aren’t particularly significant. But there’s also a chance some of the guys still trying to work their way into playing time will have some fantasy value. So we’ll
Opening day is literally around the corner and your draft or auction is probably over, but it always pays to continue doing research. For instance, many of you may be participating in daily fantasy baseball. Looking at average auction values in comparison with projected performance can help you determine which
Many of you have already completed your draft or auction, but research shouldn’t end when your draft or auction are finished. Many of you play daily fantasy sports (if your state allows you) and if you do then these results are paramount. They are excellent predictors as to the price
American League done and dusted. So without further ado, we’re going to look at the National League for some fantasy relevant spring battles. Keeping with tradition, we’ll start with the East division. New York Mets Possibly the most important pitching battle of the spring is heating up. The Mets’ have
Shortstops are dominating the game today, but we don’t necessarily see that with the prices for them in current auctions. Most of you have completed your drafts and auctions by now, but that doesn’t mean that your research is done. Many of you will play daily fantasy baseball. We will