As we continue with the left field list it remains important to think about where we have been. The essential nature of our rankings is that they consider primarily where the players have been in their careers. Obviously, that may not always be the best way to do it, but
As we have discussed before, fantasy leagues split their treatment of outfielders into two separate groups. Some treat all outfielders the same while others go position specific. We will be going position specific here. Obviously, that will impact the rankings some as some of the outfield positions (right field) tend
The following players are available in at least 50 percent of ESPN and/or Yahoo! leagues Khris Davis: Davis has seven homers and 18 RBI in the last 30 days, and while he hasn’t gotten off to the best start in June, he killed it in May: .920 OPS, .380 Isolated
Americans love a good redemption story. Hollywood is full of them and the sports world is too. When you are able to combine a struggling player who rediscovers his game with a person that has struggled off the field (or off the court) with things in his or her personal
In the newest edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re celebrating Joe Mauer, doubting Jason Hammel, and scooping Luis Severino off the scrap heap. Thoughts, questions, whatever… you can always find me on Twitter.
Given the unreliability of ownership percentages at the major fantasy sites I’m going to use 50 percent ownership as the cutoff for entry into this article. Points-league add: Jackie Bradley, Jr. – Bradley has a 13-game hitting streak entering Sunday night’s game in which he’s hitting .340/.404/.723 with three doubles,
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.
After rumors of it late Wednesday night the Cardinals and Indians agreed Thursday morning to a trade of outfielder/first baseman Brandon Moss for left-handed pitcher Rob Kaminsky, St. Louis’s No. 4 minor-league prospect, according to Fangraphs. The Cardinals paid a steep price for Moss, giving up a former first-rounder who
View image | gettyimages.com It shouldn’t be any surprise that right field is the premier fantasy position according to real offensive value (ROV). After all, we’ve done other profiles of the positions in the past and right field usually comes out on top. Any good metric is going to reveal
If you read only one thing….. Two consecutive Friday nights bring Josh Hamilton news. Who knows what kind of a fantasy prospect Josh Hamilton is at this point, but as a human interest story it is most compelling. Hamilton chased the big bucks and bright lights of Los Angeles (and