Most platforms treat outfielders as a group, so we will also treat them as a group. However, we will include the individual positions where they are eligible to help you out in case your league treats each position individually. As you have seen, choosing players to add is difficult. You
Most of these players are only going to be appealing in deep, five-outfielder leagues or AL/NL-Only leagues. But there’s definitely some late-round value to be had at outfield, so I wanted to give you some of my favorite deep picks. If you have any questions or comments find me on
In the Week 2 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re scooping up James Paxton, holding on tight to Angel Pagan, and strongly considering new scenery for Billy Hamilton. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy leagues.
Welcome back to fantasy baseball 3×3, where this week we’re doing the right thing for Giancarlo Stanton, following the Twins’ lead on Aaron Hicks, and slipping a promise ring on Rick Porcello. I apologize for posting a day late. A dislocated finger put me on the shelf Sunday evening, but
Aaron Hicks is an outfield prospect for the Minnesota Twins who may have just officially changed his adjective description from prospect to “rookie”. Going into the 2013 season Hicks was rated the 98th best prospect in baseball by mlb.com, but a strong spring campaign and a weak level of competition