The rankings have taken a beating on the comment wire. However, the good news is that someone is paying attention. Rankings players across formats is hard and forecasting performance is nearly impossible. Analysts have to err on one side or another. You can be more aggressive and bet on the
“Cause I’m here in right field just watching the dandelions grow.” — Peter, Paul, and Mary I spent many a game in right field in my youth. I could postulate that it was about my strong throwing arm, but it was really about the same thing as the song above.
Offseason Overview The Angels are the new White Sox. They’ve changed management off the field, but they’ve kept the same philosophy in general. The idea is that they are always one or two players away from being competitive. That certainly makes sense with Mike Trout and Albert Pujols in tow,
I would like to begin our coverage of right fielders by thanking everyone that has been loyal to our site over the past year. As we wind down 2016, it becomes important to thank those that make all this possible. Eyeballs are what moves the needle and we would like
We come to the end of another series as we look at the top twelve fantasy right fielders in the game right now. Of course, many of you might bristle at some of the rankings along the way, but the point has been to demonstrate the number of surprising performances
Stock Up: Carlos Gonzalez – CarGo leads all outfielders in wOBA and is, even more impressively, tied for the lead in wRC+ over the past 30 days at .200 with Michael Saunders. He’s hit 10 homers with a .381 average in that time span, and despite an almost career-low walk
Just because I have a player listed above another player in the same tier doesn’t mean I rank that player higher than the player below him. The reason for using tiers is because the wide variety of leagues (roto, categories, points) and sizes. The tiers give you a better idea
In the newest edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re celebrating Joe Mauer, doubting Jason Hammel, and scooping Luis Severino off the scrap heap. Thoughts, questions, whatever… you can always find me on Twitter.
Keith Law of ESPN.com had some pointed words for the Angels farm system. He said that it wasn’t only the worst farm system in the big leagues now, but it was the worst he had seen in quite some time. In that kind of environment, it’s difficult to find breakout
There are many ways to rank players. I don’t claim to have a monopoly on the truth, but I hope my methods balance analytics with common sense. The analytics part is probably the most involved. We take runs above replacement from the past three seasons according to three different sources