Christopher Morais A fantasy owner’s best friend is the waiver wire—where finding value can make the difference between a great week and a very disappointing one. Most pitchers see the mound once every seven days, but if you want to maximize the number of starts per week, it’s important to
View image | gettyimages.com It’s Sunday, and that means it’s time to start adding pitchers to stream for the coming week. Whether it be via FAAB or waivers, getting a jump on the competition is important. While everyone else is in their backyards pounding down brewskis and munching on BBQ ribs,
It has been a wild winter in the NL West, and we haven’t even approached the new year. It’s hard to keep track of everything and how it will affect the upcoming fantasy season. Normally, we would simply list the moves, but there are just too many to simply list.
A pair of veteran players, one pitcher, and one hitter, see their stock go up with a change of scenery. A power hitter remains available in many leagues, and warrants a spike in ownership. Also, a middle infielder has been scalding hot since filling in for an injured star, and
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
In the Week 10 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re staying the course with Zach Britton, letting reality set in for Nelson Cruz, and blindly following Domonic Brown. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy leagues.
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There are probably close to 100 starting pitchers that will be used by fantasy players this year and some will emerge as fantasy stars (at least for the 2014 season), but we will be stopping our focus on the top 40 guys. One thing to keep in mind about the
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.
Happy trade deadline hangover! While the waiver trade deadline is still a few weeks away, the majority of fantasy-relevant trades appear to have happened. I took a look at a few players that could have been moved and their potential value on the peaks and valleys scale. It has been