Third base is the deepest position going in fantasy baseball. That is reflected in the median statistics we will see in a moment, but there is also more star power than at any other position. That will definitely affect how you approach draft day. Keep in mind, when looking at
Offseason Overview The Diamondbacks offseason has been considerably quieter than last year’s big splash. But they’ve continued to seek pitching improvements in acquiring Taijuan Walker (SP) along with Ketel Marte (SS) from the Mariners, sending Jean Segura (SS), prospect Mitch Haniger (OF) and young pitcher Zac Curtis the other way.
We continue our trip through the third basemen as we get to the second half of the alphabet. This list may not have the heavy hitters on top of the rankings, but there are some good players on this list. Some of them have come out of nowhere it seems
As we continue through the positional analysis, we come closer and closer to looking at the fantasy season as a post-mortem. However, there is still time to swing some deals and there are some players that have come out of nowhere to become legitimate fantasy regulars. The flip side is
In the newest edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re scooping A.J. Reed, dumping Starlin Castro, and sticking with Justin Upton. Thoughts, questions, whatever… you can always find me on Twitter. 3 TO CATCH Players to be picked up; available in most standard leagues Embed from Getty Images A.J. Reed |
View image | gettyimages.com With the All-Star break just a week away, this is a great time to stock your team up using your league’s waiver wire. In deeper leagues, it’s important to add players who are on recent hot streaks and capitalize on them before they’re scooped up. As per usual,