Left field is a deep position in fantasy baseball. The median certainly indicates that across the board, but the number of players that approach the median on the downside is another really good indication. That depth can help you on draft day. You can punt the position and plug in
Offseason Overview The Chicago Cubs and Houston Astros have provided a blueprint. The goal is not to relentlessly suck per se. In reality, the goal is just not to try to overtly win. It is said that a team of replacement level players will win somewhere in the neighborhood of
As we continue with the left field list it remains important to think about where we have been. The essential nature of our rankings is that they consider primarily where the players have been in their careers. Obviously, that may not always be the best way to do it, but
We have now profiled every team in the AL Central and it shapes up to be the most competitive division in baseball. The Twins came within a few games of making the playoffs last season and most of their lineup is still young and on the come. Most of the
There are many ways to rank players. I don’t claim to have a monopoly on the truth, but I hope my methods balance analytics with common sense. The analytics part is probably the most involved. We take runs above replacement from the past three seasons according to three different sources
When we begin looking at outfielders, we begin to see some flexibility between corner outfielders. Players listed as left fielders could easily switch to right field and vice versa. Obviously, when we mention someone as a left fielder it precludes us mentioning them in right field. We also might have
In the Week 18 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re rebounding from the MLB trade deadline and grabbing Daniel Norris, dumping Andrew Cashner, and staying with Troy Tulowitzki. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy leagues.