We have already had our first casuality of the projections as Chris Sale is going under the knife for Tommy John surgery. I suppose the Red Sox figure that the season could be lost anyway, so why not have Sale come back sharp in 2021 when they will be in
The fantasy baseball industry is lucky to have many analysts with interesting strategies up their sleeves to target players on draft day or throughout the season via FAAB. One particular strategy I’ve enjoyed using over the years is K%+IFFB%-BB% to target pitchers. Strikeouts and the ability to induce easy pop
At this time, you’ll find my rankings along with Todd Clark’s and Jamie Steed‘s in a consensus format for the rest of the 2019 fantasy baseball season as of Jun 4, 2019. For the purpose of these rankings, assume a traditional 5×5 redraft format. Commentary and Tools of the Trade
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
We’ve come to the end of the knocking on the door series. When dealing with a group like starting pitchers, there is always a name or two that gets left out. There are a number of up and coming pitchers and we didn’t have enough room for all of them.
In the newest edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re appreciating Byung-ho Park, cutting J.J. Hoover, and believing in Yasmany Tomas. Let’s get into it. Thoughts, questions, whatever… you can always find me on Twitter. CLOSING TIME IN COLORADO
Profile The emergence of Rays left-handed starter Blake Snell has been one of the most fascinating prospect developments to follow over these past couple years. He was incredibly raw when the Rays drafted him 52nd overall in 2011 with their supplemental first round pick, but has made tremendous strides in his game