Dealing with outfielders is always a challenge in fantasy sports. Some of my leagues treat outfielders separately while others clump them together. There really is no good way to treat them, but if we separate them out into positions then you can always put them back together on your own.
Every time we cover outfielders we get to a point where we have to make a strategic decision. Do we cover each position specifically or do we cover all outfielders together? Each time I seem to make a different decision based on the needs of the time. Usually I go
There are a number of ways to approach fantasy outfielders. Some platforms consider all outfielders one and the same. Analyzing outfielders in that world is easy enough. Still others consider them in their separate positions. I’ve always approached it with the thinking that is easier to consider them by position
There are less than two weeks remaining in the baseball season. We are getting to the point where we are ready to do a post mortem on the fantasy season. Most teams have been eliminated by now whether they are doing rotisserie style or head to head style. Of course,
The most common question at this point is why we are reading about fielding on a fantasy baseball site. Simply put, fielding interacts with pitching more than we can comment. This makes perfect sense. Out of 27 outs, 10 of them might come via strikeout. So, fielders are responsible for
Outfield projections can be challenging. Some platforms treat them all the same while others separate them by position. We will treat left fielders as left fielders, but we will include all three medians just in case you want to cross-reference the player with the other outfield positions. Some players are
OFFSEASON OVERVIEW The Red Sox unfortunately fell 11 wins shy of sending David Ortiz off into retirement with a World Series ring last season, but Boston’s championship hopes going forward did not leave the clubhouse with Big Papi. The Sox’s young position-player talent has long been the envy of the
The knocking on the door series began as a way to capture up and coming players that hadn’t garnered enough of a major league track record to qualify amongst the top 24 guys at their position. The likelihood is that some of these guys are comfortably in the top 24