We have brought you the catcher and first base positional rankings. Today we will bring you second base. The idea was to use a crude but unique statistic I like to call adjusted offensive value. It combines batting average with secondary average to emcompass everything a player does offensively. You
Sometimes it seems if half of your roster is on the disabled list. Believe it or not, those perceptions are more correct than you think. More players have been placed on the disabled list than in season’s past and the three to keep and three to drop are littered with
View image | gettyimages.com Sometimes you get numbers so out of whack that you have to rethink what you’re doing. That happened when I tracked the 22 second basemen that have had enough plate appearances to qualify for the batting title. According to baseball-reference.com (as of June 10th), the major
View image | gettyimages.com Another year, another Troy Tulowitzki injury (*sigh*). The Rockies’ shortstop made it all the way to May 15 before finally succumbing to his first real health scare of 2015 (picking up any sarcasm?). A simple quadriceps “strain” relegated him to the bench for all but 12 innings
View image | gettyimages.com Since we are half way through the process of looking at three-year player averages position-by-position, there are some things that bear repeating. The per 150 game production numbers below have one primary advantage and two primary disadvantages. The advantage is that it shows the numbers that
The history of the shortstop position has been littered with light hitting mighty mice with quick feet and slick gloves. We could certainly point to certain players in history that have broken the mold, but it is a testament to the rarity of offensive prowess that got Derek Jeter his
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As we continue the dumpster diving series we come to a position that is considerably weaker than the others. Of course, we probably knew that going into the season. Beyond the heavy hitters like Hanley Ramirez and Troy Tulowitzki, there aren’t a lot of guys to feel really good about.
We’re back with a Week 1 edition of fantasy baseball waiver wire 3×3, in which we’re emptying our wallets for Sergio Santos, waiting patiently for Archie Bradley, and coldly snubbing Josh Johnson. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy