2015 fantasy baseball
Dead in the middle of football season I received an email gauging my interest in taking over a dynasty fantasy baseball team. Although I was knee deep in targets and yards per carry type metrics, the idea of diving back into fake baseball in December appealed to me. So I
Profile Francisco Lindor is a freshly turned 21-year-old drafted by the Cleveland Indians eighth overall in 2011. Lindor doesn’t flash the light-tower power of Kris Bryant or the five-tool package of Byron Buxton, but the Puerto Rican does almost everything well. His skill set appeals to fantasy players in
The Chicago Cubs recently sent Dan Straily and Luis Valbuena to the Houston Astros in return for Dexter Fowler. The outfielder is coming off of a strong 2014 where he hit .276/.375/.399, though he was limited to 505 plate appearances in 116 games due to various injuries.
I don’t think I’m going way out on a limb here by stating that Josh Harrison’s 2014 campaign was one which few people saw coming. The Pittsburgh Pirates super-utility player not only made the All-Star team last season but was a fantasy all-star for any owner that plucked him off
When researching my recent post on Devin Mesoraco, I looked at how 2015 Steamer projections and early NFBC ADP data compared to how players ranked in 2014. There were two young catchers that finished well outside the top 12 catchers last year that both Steamer and ADP think could be
Fantasy football season is over and there’s a short slate of NHL games on tap tonight, so I’m turning my attention to fantasy baseball for the first time in 2015. I intended to do a breakdown of the differences between early NFBC ADP data and rankings according to the 2015