As an admitted Houston Astros fan I want to give my full-throated congratulations to the Washington Nationals and their fans. Their team deserved that victory after knocking off two juggernaughts in the Dodgers and Astros. Their hitters came up big when they needed to and their pitchers kept a number
One of the truths in all fantasy sports and particularly fantasy baseball is that people put way too much emphasis on draft day. I get it. It’s the most exciting day of the year. There are so many great players in the game today and you want to see which
We have gotten to the virtual halfway point in the season. When you get to these landmarks it is always a good time to look back and forward at the same time. So, we are ranking the position players according to total points. Total points is the preferred platform for
In the fifth episode of the Turn Two Fantasy Baseball Podcast, Matt (@MattWi77iams) and Sam (@FFStompy) discuss the current state of the short stop position, including, but not limited to the following topics:
The trade dealine was more active than any in recent memory. If you could the period going back to June, this could be the most active trade market ever. Of course, the trading season isn’t done, but people love Monday morning quarterbacking. This edition is a little different than most.
The Dodgers completed the most significant trade of the 2018 season when they traded five prospects to the Baltimore Orioles in exchange for shortstop Manny Machado. We knew something was going on when all-star outfielder Matt Kemp pretended to take a selfie with Machado during the all-star game. The deal
We have passed the halfway point of the season and are rapidly approaching the all-star break. That is always a good time to take a look at each position to check in and see how things are going. We have updated the numbers through July 4th according to total points.
As the calendar nears July, it comes time to analyze the trade market and how it might impact the fantasy baseball world. So, we will take a look at the best player at each position that might be traded and a cheaper alternative. Before we get started we should look
The beginning of Spring Training is always a good opportunity to reboot the rankings at each position. Drafts are coming up next month and the rankings earlier in the offseason were based on players before they moved to new teams and on past performance. Baseball Prospectus has released their PECOTA
Spring Training games are in the books. When that happens it is usually high time to reboot the rankings at every position. Players have changed uniforms later this offseason than most and the first round of rankings took a beating. They always do because they are usually based on past