Evaluating pitchers is the hardest part of fantasy baseball because of what I like to call the three P’s. The three P’s in this case are performance, predictability, and portibility. In terms of performance we have what we would call performance data and what we would call process data. For
In the newest edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re taking a leap with Willson Contreras, giving up on Marcus Stroman, and jumping in on Carlos Santana. Thoughts, questions, whatever… you can always find me on Twitter. 3 TO CATCH Players to be picked up; available in most standard leagues Embed
Contrary to 2015’s historic MLB rookie class, it appears the majority of this year’s crop of fresh faces will take a bit longer to fully bloom in the show; particularly this group of young starting pitchers. The Pirates’s Jameson Taillon and Rays’ Blake Snell were sent back down to Triple-A
View image | gettyimages.com A fantasy owner’s best friend is the waiver wire, where finding value can make the difference between a great week and a very disappointing week. Most pitchers see the mound once a week, but if you want to maximize the number of starts per week, it’s
If you read only one thing….. Remember when everyone was worried about the Washington Nationals and how they’ve gotten off to a slow start? After their win tonight they have returned to the .500 mark (15-15) and it’s not exactly like the NL East is bastion of tremendous playoff contenders.
It’s no secret that the Jays pitching rotation needs help, and that weakness has become even more exaggerated now that Marcus Stroman is done for the year. Finishing below average in most pitching categories last year, Toronto will look to their youngsters to help fill out their rotation for 2015.