Offseason Overview Of all the teams we have overviewed to this point, this team seems unfinished. They are on the hunt for more pitching and the reunion with Mike Napoli seems more obvious than any in the sport. Yet, here we are doing the dance waiting for eyes to lock.
Everyone is captivated by success in some form or fashion. For baseball fans, we love to see teams succeed and certainly love seeing teams succeed when they don’t have nearly the same resources as other teams. Occasionally though, watching how teams deal with failure is just as fascinating. The San
In the Week 18 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re rebounding from the MLB trade deadline and grabbing Daniel Norris, dumping Andrew Cashner, and staying with Troy Tulowitzki. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy leagues.
In the first part of our look at the starting pitcher market, we looked at the top eight names that have been bandied about by MLBTR as possible trade targets by next Friday’s non-waiver trade deadline. There are other arms available, and they are the kind to fly under the radar
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 important
It might be the golden age of starting pitching and we take a look at the National League West, we might see the best starting pitching in baseball. As we saw in the American League, there are plenty of first and second tier starting pitchers on the open market. We
In the Week 4 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re sighing about Khris Davis, smiling about Wily Peralta and Nick Castellanos, and joining Billy Beane in giving Sean Doolittle’s new contract a Cheshire Cat grin. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of
The midpoint of the starting pitching universe is probably the biggest key. Most players will get two starting pitchers from the first group of starting pitchers. If you plan your draft right, you can get the rest of your five man rotation from this list of guys. If you can’t
Andrew Casher, one of the unluckiest people in the game – except for Rich Harden, Mark Prior, and Grady Sizemore – was finally able to stay on the field for a substantial amount of time in 2013. Glimpses of his ability had been seen in the minors and, to some
With every team playing seven games this week, we have a full complement of 60 two-start pitchers, although we do not know who the Tuesday/Sunday starters for San Francisco and San Diego are just yet. Below I have broken this week’s two starters into four categories: must start in all