We have gotten to the virtual halfway point in the season. When you get to these landmarks it is always a good time to look back and forward at the same time. So, we are ranking the position players according to total points. Total points is the preferred platform for
The trade dealine was more active than any in recent memory. If you could the period going back to June, this could be the most active trade market ever. Of course, the trading season isn’t done, but people love Monday morning quarterbacking. This edition is a little different than most.
Another day goes by and another couple of deals go down. In the past, we have covered each deal individually and when a deal is significant enough we might do that. Friday afternoon saw a couple of middle infielders move to contenders when the Twins dealt Eduardo Escobar to the
We have passed the halfway point of the season and are rapidly approaching the all-star break. That is always a good time to take a look at each position to check in and see how things are going. We have updated the numbers through July 4th according to total points.
Last time we took a look at the disappointments in the fantasy season. Now, we should take a look at the players that have come out of nowhere to have brilliant seasons. Some of them are young players that are emerging and others are veterans that have picked up their
To avoid small-sample-size theatre I’m looking at Yahoo!’s transaction page to see which players have been added and dropped and how they can impact your fantasy teams. Texas called up its No. 1 prospect, 20-year-old Nomar Mazara, to fill in for the injured Shin-Soo Choo, who suffered a calf injury
The trade deadline is rapidly approaching. One could go to MLB Trade Rumors every 15 minutes to check out the rumors, but most of the deadline deals are about common sense. Which teams are in the playoff hunt and which teams are clearly out of the playoff hunt. From there