We finally come to an end of our series on the post Winter Meetings breakdowns. The Dodgers were arguably the best team in baseball since they had the best regular season record. They also had both wild card teams for the National League last season. So, you would think this
The Winter Meetings are over, but the offseason still has more than six weeks left to go before pitchers and catchers report. This offseason it looks like there will be more decisions left to the new year than in past offseasons. So, we are looking at what teams have done
Christopher Morais Welcome to The Fantasy Fix’s nightly fantasy baseball recap, where you’ll find updates on bullpen usage, lineup construction, injuries, and transactions. Whether you play season-long or daily fantasy, expect to see the best coverage from every team, all season long. It was quite a busy Monday night in
Welcome back to The Fantasy Fix’s Closer Report for Week 10. As I write this first paragraph, I think we’re going to have a pretty short report. We may finally be seeing bullpen’s settling down across baseball. There are still a few hot spots that we’ll discuss, but there are
Welcome back to The Fantasy Fix’s Closer Report for Week 9. Are the Chicago White Sox switching closers? Do the Cubs have a new closer in waiting? Is there any news outside of the Windy City? Follow along to see where we are today.
Welcome back to The Fantasy Fix’s Closer Report for Week 7. And I was wrong last week – more turmoil was to come in the closer’s role and we’re here to examine it. Will we ever have a hold on the closer situation this season? Follow along to see where
Welcome back to The Fantasy Fix’s Closer Report for Week 6. Are we finally seeing some sense of normalcy returning to bullpens around the league? I think we are getting there – hopefully for all fantasy owners we’ll have a pretty good idea of the bullpen situations by the end