This time around we are going to combine a couple of different features into one article. We had started a variation of the three to keep, add, and drop when I shifted gears to fun with PECOTA. So, we will combine those here. We are taking a look at three
We have reached the moment where we have finally gotten to the best starting pitchers on the market. It shouldn’t be any surprise that most of these guys are clumped on teams that are destined to be there in October. The old adage goes that great pitching beats great hitting.
Ranking pitchers is the most difficult task for any fantasy player. You have to juggle multiple platforms, past performance, future expectations, and the quality of the fielding, run support, and bullpen around the starting pitcher. What comes is our best guess as to the group of pitchers that would be
Pitching is the hardest thing to gauge throughout the baseball season. So much of it is dependent on the work of teammates. A bad fielding team behind the pitcher can render him ineffective. A bad hitting team behind can render his good efforts as useless. The same is true of
Evaluating pitchers is the hardest part of fantasy baseball because of what I like to call the three P’s. The three P’s in this case are performance, predictability, and portibility. In terms of performance we have what we would call performance data and what we would call process data. For
Christopher Morais A fantasy owner’s best friend is the waiver wire—where finding value can make the difference between a great week and a very disappointing one. Most pitchers see the mound once every seven days, but if you want to maximize the number of starts per week, it’s important to
Welcome to the 46th episode of the Double Dong Fantasy Baseball Podcast hosted by Ryan Noonan and Broc Miller. Ryan and Broc will be brining the goods roughly five times per week, so be on the lookout here at TheFantasyFix.com as well as iTunes and Stitcher to get a daily breakdown of the MLB
Parity has taken over the American League. With the exception of the Chicago White Sox, nobody in the league even has a .600 winning percentage. For fantasy baseball players, that means they have to pay attention to every team because every team is capable of going through spurts of good
Brett Talley of TheFantasyFix.com joins Alan Harrison on episode 11 to discuss the site’s starting pitcher rankings and draft/auction strategy. The guys share some thoughts on the chalk arms like Stephen Strasburg, Gerrit Cole and Zack Greinke then venture off to discuss the likes of Jeff Samardzija, Masahiro Tanaka and Shelby Miller.
Rating the other positions was relatively easy. Runs above replacement tends to work pretty well and you only needed 20 players at each position. Grading out pitchers is considerably more difficult. Additionally, most teams carry at least five starters, and when you add in the standard 12- team league you