A look at the second group of second basemen reveals why there might be a lot of movement at the position around the trade deadline. Second base might be the weakest position on the diamond for fantasy baseball teams, Some teams want to move beyond an absolute hole and into
Every year without fail, it seems as though there is a great deal of hysteria early in the fantasy baseball season that leads to mass amounts of knee jerk transactions being made. There are those owners out there that will make over-reaction transactions that make for amazing message board fodder
In the Week 2 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re scooping up James Paxton, holding on tight to Angel Pagan, and strongly considering new scenery for Billy Hamilton. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy leagues.
The first week of the 2014 Major League Baseball season is a little over halfway through but there is already tons of news to examine from the MLB landscape. Whether it be the change in a few closers roles, injuries taking a toll on players, or players who have previously
September brings the Week 23 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re settling for Starlin Castro, giving up on Derek Jeter, and grabbing a couple of Kansas City speedsters.
The trade season is not done. A lot of folks consider the non-waiver deadline as the end of the trade season, but with the proliferation of salaries and the extra wild card, the August 31st trade deadline comes with a lot more significance. In recent days, we’ve seen quite a
Today, I’m playing in a Double Up! contest. They range anywhere from a dollar to ten dollars, but each works the same way. If you finish in the top half you get almost twice as much as you put in. Naturally, DraftKings gets their cut because they have to pay their
There is no dirtier word in sports than potential. Paul Bear Bryant once said that “potential means they ain’t done nothing yet.” That may well be true, but a fantasy baseball player ignores potential at their own peril. Admittedly, a part of potential means looking back beyond the last season,
Welcome back to 3×3, where this week, I tell you why you should trade Josh Hamilton and Fernando Rodney, pick up Brandon Moss, and join hands in a prayer for Emilio Bonifacio. 3 TO CUT Josh Hamilton, Los Angeles Angels OF Heading into Sunday’s action, Josh Hamilton had the 22nd-worst
Welcome to fantasy baseball’s answer to “Marry, Bop, Kill” – “3 to Cut, 3 to Catch, 3 to Keep”. Each week, I’ll recommend three players to cut, whether by trade or drop, three players to catch, whether by waivers or the trade market, and three players to keep, despite any