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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Time flies when you are having fun, and contracts go berserk when you aren’t paying attention. The New York Yankees will pay Tanaka 155 million dollars over the next seven seasons, and it will cost them a combined 175 million after the posting fee. That is a combined 25 million
We are approaching the half way point in the starting pitching rankings (there will actually be 50 starters in the top 250) and we are beginning to see a tightening in the data. That means that each player is a little less valuable simply because there isn’t a whole lot
It’s the last edition of 3×3 for the 2013 fantasy baseball season; where we’re catching Billy Hamilton, cutting Jake Peavy, and keeping Matt Adams.
Lately I’ve been talking a lot about a recent study by Baseball Prospectus’ Russell Carleton in which he establishes the point at which certain statistics stabilize. I’ve been using it to look at the statistics that have passed their stabilization point already this season to identify some guys who have
We all know there is a strong correlation between swinging strike rate (SwStr%) and strikeout rate (K%). But how strong is it? And how can we take that correlation and determine which players are most likely to see a rise or fall in strikeout rate going forward based on their
Today marks a unique challenge when it comes to playing Draftkings. There hasn’t been a day in the season with this few games on the docket. My normal strategies really don’t play out here because there are only five games on the docket. That leaves you with only ten starting pitchers