It’s deadline day. As people who cover baseball, there is no more exciting time than the last few days before the deadline. The Winter Meetings are exciting for some (especially the writers that get to go) but nothing competes with the drama of checking the transactions right before the clock
We used to run a similar feature in seasons past and I thought we would give it another try. The concept is generally the same except I’m giving the feature a position specific bent. This time we will focus on fantasy catchers and hope that we will find enough to
View image | gettyimages.com Why should I bother reading this? Most fantasy baseball fans would bypass this article the first time they see the word “fielding” in the headline. Why should I care about fielding as a fantasy baseball player? That’s an excellent question and it deserves a serious answer.
View image | gettyimages.com Everyone that studies baseball even in their spare time has pet projects and numbers they love to explore. For me, I love to explore different fielding metrics and plate discipline numbers. I’ve talked about fielding numbers on this site before, but that has a very limited
Success in fantasy baseball (or sports in general) depends greatly on recognizing inefficiencies in the market and in managing risk. Every good fantasy owner takes some risks on draft day. The question is whether they are intelligent risks or foolish risks. The buzz word around all fantasy sports is in
For those of you that saw the sneak peeks, this will be a bit of a review. Total Run Index is a statistical platform exclusive to TheFantasyFix.com. We took a look at the 2013 results, but did not forecast to 2014. This is what this series is all about. Of
“On a long enough timeline, the survival rate drops to zero.” — Tyler Durden For those that have either read Fight Club or watched the movie, you are familiar with that quote. Of course, we are not talking about real death here, but we are talking about the death of a
Leave it to our readers to give us the best article ideas. Someone read my article on the platoon advantage and reached out to me via Twitter. He asked if I had a listing of which players had the biggest splits. Of course, I didn’t because I hadn’t bothered with