View image | gettyimages.com Why should I read this article? We’ve come to the end of the fielding chronicles. I hope you’ve at least gotten some solid information out of them. If you are joining us for the first time, I’d point to the same thing that I’ve pointed to
View image | gettyimages.com We’ve come to the end of our plate discipline series. Usually, when these things happen we want to pause for a moment and take a look at all the ground we’ve covered. So, to start we will look at each position as a whole to see
View image | gettyimages.com This marks the end of the VORP revisited series. With the end comes this one piece of advice: it is dangerous to use any one piece of information exclusively during your draft. Statistics are tools. If you follow them down the rabbit hole, you usually wind
View image | gettyimages.com Right field is so famous for being a throw away position that Peter, Paul, and Mary wrote a song about it. “Because I’m here in right field, just watching the dandelions grow.” In terms of fantasy baseball, there can be little doubt that right field is
With play resuming Friday, fantasy owners have one question… Which players will help my team reach the playoffs and hopefully, a championship? Out of nowhere, Josh Reddick hit 32 home runs and drove in 85 runs in 2012 helping many owners to just that. Those numbers didn’t go unnoticed in
It’s the Week 15 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re dumping Ichiro, preaching patience with Doug Fister, and stroking Josh Reddick’s luxurious beard like a Bond villain’s cat.
We finally get to the end of the line with our position players (American League at least) and it isn’t soon enough. We are approaching the time when 2012 stats become more or less irrelevant. At least they become a lot less relevant in the face of what is going