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Marcell Ozuna

Fantasy Baseball

There are a number of ways to approach fantasy outfielders. Some platforms consider all outfielders one and the same. Analyzing outfielders in that world is easy enough. Still others consider them in their separate positions. I’ve always approached it with the thinking that is easier to consider them by position

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Fantasy Baseball

The Winter Meetings have come and gone, but it seems like the activity is just picking up steam. Some offseasons work that way. Teams and players are waiting for certain guys to go off the board before they make their moves. So, we are taking a look back at what

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Fantasy Baseball

The Winter Meetings are over, but there is nearly two months left in the offseason. There has been some intriguing moves made in the NL East that could make it one of the more interesting divisions long term. There are certainly more moves to be made, so we will look

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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

There are less than two weeks remaining in the baseball season. We are getting to the point where we are ready to do a post mortem on the fantasy season. Most teams have been eliminated by now whether they are doing rotisserie style or head to head style. Of course,

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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Left field is a deep position in fantasy baseball. The median certainly indicates that across the board, but the number of players that approach the median on the downside is another really good indication. That depth can help you on draft day. You can punt the position and plug in

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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Offseason Overview The main target for the Marlins was the unenviable and frankly impossible task of replacing Jose Fernandez. They bolstered their rotation by trading for Dan Straily (SP) and signing free agent Edinson Volquez (SP). Andrew Cashner (SP) and Fernando Rodney (RP) left to free agency and the Marlins

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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Center field might be one of the deepest positions on the fantasy diamond. Outside of the top two or three guys there are few legitimate superstars, but the position runs through the top fifteen without skipping much of a beat. In that world, ranking the players becomes a bit challenging,

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2016 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Center field is a premium position in baseball. The skills needed to be a good all around center fielder far outweigh the skills needed to be a good left fielder. Most teams hide a weak defender in left field. It often requires less arm strength and less range to play.

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2014 Fantasy Baseball

Christopher Morais Welcome to The Fantasy Fix’s nightly fantasy baseball recap, where you’ll find updates on bullpen usage, lineup construction, injuries, and transactions. Whether you play season-long or daily fantasy, expect to see the best coverage from every team, all season long. It was quite a busy Monday night in

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2016 Fantasy BaseballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

If I have a player listed above another player in the same tier it doesn’t necessarily 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

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