Welcome to the 2019 week nine fantasy baseball trade value chart. TheFantasyFix.com’s “Tools of the Trade” is a unique guide for owners to use while attempting to make an even trade with their league-mates in a standard 12-team mixed, 5×5 head-to-head or rotisserie redraft league.
Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) and co-host Todd Clark (@lunchmade) start episode 23 discussing some baseball news and notes that may impact your fake baseball teams – including, but not limited to, Chris Sale and his 17 strikeout performance, Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. going deep twice, Keston Hiura, Oscar Mercado and Nicky Lopez
TheFantasyFix.com’s “Tools of the Trade” is a unique guide for owners to use while attempting to make an even trade with their league-mates in a standard 12-team mixed, 5×5 head-to-head or rotisserie redraft league. The values present in this guide are simply the basis for a trade. A full-blown analysis
Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) and co-host Todd Clark (@lunchmade) start episode 20 discussing some box score tidbits from Tuesday, 4/23 including four two homer games from Franmil Reyes, Travis Shaw, Luke Voit and Xander Bogaerts. The guys touch on some additional news and notes such as Blake Snell returning from his
Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) joined by Justin Vibber (@JustinVibber) on episode 16 to discuss some reactions and overreactions from Opening Day and potential closers to target on the waiver wire or via FAAB. Lastly, Justin and Alan discuss Ottoneu Fantasy Baseball, the general ins-and-outs, some of the in-season team management strategy and
Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) is joined by Todd Clark (@lunchmade) on episode 13 to discuss both the 2019 Mixed LABR draft strategy/results along with some prospects to keep tabs on in the San Diego Padres farm system. Be sure to follow TheFantasyFix.com and host Alan Harrison on Twitter @TheFantasyFix. You can follow this
The fantasy baseball industry is lucky to have many analysts with interesting strategies up their sleeves to target players. 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 ups is a recipe for fantasy success. In a
We have reached the moment where we have finally gotten to the best starting pitchers on the market. It shouldn’t be any surprise that most of these guys are clumped on teams that are destined to be there in October. The old adage goes that great pitching beats great hitting.
Evaluating and ranking starting pitchers is difficult at best. Unlike their position player counterparts, pitchers are extremely reliant on the fielders behind him, the hitters for run support, and the bullpen to preserve their leads. Wins haven’t had the stranglehold on the game that they had in the past, but
Now that the season is drawing to a close, it is high time to start looking at the awards races. We want to do this before the playoffs because awards voting takes place before the playoffs begin, but so much of what we think about players depends on what they