View image | gettyimages.com Why should I read this article? If you’ve been following the series, you’ll know the answer to this question. For those just joining us, you will not see any better example of the impact of fielding on playing time than center field. As we saw in
In the Week 9 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re giving getting in on the ground floor with Mike Foltynewicz, disbelieving the hype on Gregory Polanco, and giving Shawn Tolleson a vote of confidence. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the
View image | gettyimages.com Center field is the premier position in baseball history. There are a few notable exceptions, but when you look at the best of the best they are usually center fielders. Willie Mays, Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, and Ty Cobb are obviously sure fire Hall of Famers.
View image | gettyimages.com Article written exclusively for TheFantasyFix.com by Mick Grilli. While having your lead-off hitter go down for 6 to 8 weeks on the precipice of a new season is difficult for any team to overcome, the Oakland Athletics will miss veteran Coco Crisp’s leadership more than his
View image | gettyimages.com We come to the end of our VORP soon (RF will be the last edition) with a slight variation of our organizational structure. Many of you have had your fantasy drafts already, but for those that haven’t it isn’t enough to simply rank the players at
View image | gettyimages.com I don’t even know what a ‘Sleeper’ is any more. I do know that it’s an overused term in our game and one that’s really hard to define. With so many different league sizes and scoring formats, it’s hard to classify any player as an under
As it turns out, there is no position as volatile as center field. A part of that volatility comes in the form of picking which outfield position in which to put some players. Nine times out of ten it’s easy. Most players play one position and stay there. However, that doesn’t happen
For long suffering Astros fans like me, it has been a long time in the wilderness. Of course, getting Biblical is a bit much considering they were in the World Series less than 10 years ago. Philadelphia Phillies fans could ask their grandparents what it was like before the
The Chicago Cubs recently sent Dan Straily and Luis Valbuena to the Houston Astros in return for Dexter Fowler. The outfielder is coming off of a strong 2014 where he hit .276/.375/.399, though he was limited to 505 plate appearances in 116 games due to various injuries.
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