View image | gettyimages.com Why should you read this article? That’s the question everyone is asking themselves at this point. When you can get hard hitting offensive analysis all over the internet, why would you pay attention to fielding for your fantasy team? The simple answer is that you can’t
View image | gettyimages.com As we continue with our plate discipline series we find ourselves moving to the outfield. Breaking down where everyone belongs is hard enough. Some players have traditionally played certain spots in the outfield and have changed positions recently. For outfielders, we will look at what position
View image | gettyimages.com As you might imagine, outfield is one of the deepest positions in any fantasy draft. The trouble is that different leagues treat outfielders differently. Some of them consider them collectively while others break them down by their individual positions. Here we will break them down by
View image | gettyimages.com The outfield is always a quagmire in fantasy baseball. Some leagues simply put all of them in the same category. Some leagues split them into their specific positions. Others use three starting outfielder and some have five starting outfielders. For our purposes we will split them into
View image | gettyimages.com Fantasy drafts are like snowflakes, no two are the same. Adorable, right? If you do a lot of mock drafts, then you know this to be true. If you aren’t doing a lot of mock drafts, well, why not? This Names or Numbers series is designed
At some point in the fantasy world we reach a fork in the road. As Yogi used to say, “when you reach a fork in the road, take it.” We have that road here as it pertains to fantasy outfielders. Different platforms treat outfielders differently. Some leagues treat them
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.
When we get to the outfield, we get to the meat of most people’s fantasy teams. As I’ve said before, 100 runs created has been the standard for excellence in the past, and that is certainly true with the development of better pitching over the past few years. Still, there
A few weeks ago, I wrote a piece about Justin Upton and his struggles with pitches up in the zone, fastballs in particular. The piece was published on a Friday. Upton, obviously wishing to make me look stupid, homered twice the night before the piece went live. It didn’t render
Roughly 20 percent of the Major League Baseball regular season is in the books, which isn’t much, but it means that stats are starting to become more meaningful. A former colleague of mine, Derek Carty, discussed in length when hitter stats stabilize for Baseball Prospectus back in June of 2011.