Admittedly, breaking down fielding numbers is a guilty pleasure, but it isn’t simply an idle hobby when it comes to fantasy baseball. Sure, fielding numbers don’t count in the official standings, but some teams are getting wise to the interaction between fielding and pitching. They not only are breaking down
As the all-star game is comfortably in the rearview mirror, the next major hurdle in the timeline comes with the non-waiver trade deadline. This year the deadline will occur on August 1st because the 31st is a Sunday. That means there is a little more than a week left until
Chris Tillman has pretty much been the definition of league-average from 2013 to 2015. In that time he had a 3.96 ERA compared to the MLB-average 4.01. So, definitely OK, but not very exciting. In 2016 Tillman has, in 10 starts, been quite better than average. In fact, his 2.61
In the 2016 debut of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re talking Trevor Story, then catching Delino DeShields, keeping Noah Syndergaard, and cutting Ken Giles. A couple notes before we get going: I’m going to switch up the format a little bit this year. It’s been getting a bit stale IMHO, so
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View image | gettyimages.com While sabermetrics are not yet standard pieces of fantasy baseball play, they can be an incredibly useful tool when making the decisions for who to draft and who to stay away from. Mainstream stats like ERA and WHIP are likely to be big factors in how
In the Week 18 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re rejoicing in the return of Collin McHugh, setting realistic expectations for Chris Tillman, and giving Christian Yelich his due. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy
Dumpster diving is fairly straightforward when it comes to position players, but it gets rather difficult when it comes to starting pitchers. Unfortunately, pitchers must rely on their teammates for much of their statistical outputs (cough wins cough), so instead of looking at only undrafted and unowned pitchers, we’re going
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It’s the Week 15 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re dumping Ichiro, preaching patience with Doug Fister, and stroking Josh Reddick’s luxurious beard like a Bond villain’s cat.