The first month of the baseball season has come and gone, so now is your opportunity hit the trade trail. Here is the Fix’s first round table discussion of the 2013 fantasy baseball season: Buy Low Targets. Read it, then go convince your rivals to cough up their underachievers. Enjoy!
As a supplemental piece to my article last week, fantasy owners should also take a look into players that pay off in the second half of the season. If you have these types of players, obviously hang on to them. These are the players that other owners in your league
NOTE: This article was originally published in our 2013 Fantasy Baseball Draft Kit on 2/1/13. Most similar publications are typically out of date as soon as they hit the shelves. So, please be sure to double check all information below, especially medicals, before making your selections. This is just a
When one considers the platoon advantage, it pays to consider your roster the same as a typical general manager would. That is, you only have limited spots, so you must save your platoon bullets where they will do the most good. Therefore, the discerning fantasy player should consider the following
Over the next week or so we will be releasing teasers of our staff consensus rankings with the hopes that you will break the bank and purchase our 2013 Fantasy Baseball Draft Kit to see the full versions, and more importantly, show us your support. Thanks in advance. Here are