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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

It’s fascinating watching low budget teams get around their lack of funds. Watching the big spenders is boring. They simply buy players whenever they need it. The low budget teams must pick and choose what they want to prioritize and what they have to let go of. The Rays and

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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Evaluating pitchers is the hardest part of fantasy baseball because of what I like to call the three P’s. The three P’s in this case are performance, predictability, and portibility. In terms of performance we have what we would call performance data and what we would call process data. For

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2016 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

As we talked about yesterday, trade talks are heating up around baseball and it appears the Padres are at the center of it again. On Friday, a rumor emerged that they would deal Melvin Upton Jr. straight up for Ubaldo Jimenez. It came out later that the Orioles were also

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2015 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

In the Week 4 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re celebrating the return of Joey Votto, cutting Danny Santana, and believing in Edinson Volquez. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy leagues. This isn’t one of

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

In the Week 20 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re… oh, who am I kidding, I know who you want to read about. Just go ahead and scroll down to the part about Javier Baez. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

In the Week 13 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re revisiting Carlos Martinez, reinvigorating Albert Pujols, and revising expectations for Mike Moustakas. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy leagues. This isn’t one of them. Here,

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

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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2013 Fantasy BaseballAndrew Miller

We’ve been given a great crop of rookie pitchers in 2013. The hitters? Not so much. Evan Gattis, with eight home runs, is the only rookie to hit more than four home runs as of Tuesday evening. Light-hitting Pete Kozma is second in RBI with 17. Only A.J. Pollock has

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