The three by three by three series continues into the dog days of August. The pennant drive is amping up for most teams, but the fantasy season is considerably shorter for teams playing in head to head leagues. September usually brings the fantasy playoffs, so you might have time for
As we saw in the last piece, the shortstop position is one of the deepest positions in the fantasy universe. Although, we saw a number of good players in the first half, but there are still some really good hitters in this piece. As we have done before, we will
Baseball’s Winter Meetings (and the time immediately before and after it) has often been compared to Christmas. That metaphor is way too easy and doesn’t quite encapsulate the feeling. I suppose we could call it the 12 days of Christmas, but that also doesn’t quite capture it. In short, it
Aramis Ramirez is a Pittsburgh Pirate again. The 37-year-old third-baseman is heading back to Pittsburgh, nearly 12 years after being dealt from the Pirates to the Cubs. In return, the Brewers will get right-handed pitcher Yhonathan Barrios. Barrios, currently playing in Triple-A Indianapolis, is expected to join the Brewers’ Double-A
View image | gettyimages.com It’s Thursday, and I am Seth Klein, which means you’ve probably stumbled upon another edition of “Deep League Digging”… or is it?? No, just kidding, it is. My cloak and dagger game isn’t what it used to be. Enough kidding aside, let’s get into what you
View image | gettyimages.com As we continue our journey through this VORP series, we get to maybe the most difficult position to pick on the diamond. Shortstop might be shallowest of all the positions on draft day, but that makes for good opportunities if you know more than your opponents.
View image | gettyimages.com Since we are half way through the process of looking at three-year player averages position-by-position, there are some things that bear repeating. The per 150 game production numbers below have one primary advantage and two primary disadvantages. The advantage is that it shows the numbers that
Last time, we looked at the youngster shortstops that have been left undrafted. Today, we will look at the older shortstops in the same situation. Some of these folks are still relatively young (two are 27 and one 28), so calling them veterans is a bit of a misnomer. Some