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While browsing Twitter a little over a week ago, I came upon a tweet from Vicarious Sports that indicated they were looking for a fellow baseball contributor to join a fantasy baseball league in its inaugural year. After emailing Mick Wayne, the owner of the new startup website VicariousSports.com, he

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Depending on the fantasy league, outfielders may be taken all lump sum or specifically by position. I prefer to look at outfielders by position just in case. Left field has had its fair share of changes in the past year. According to NFBC, Ryan Braun will be eligible in right

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I went over my top ten in my previous piece. To catch you up, if you were unable to read it or found this one first, my top 10 is as follows: Trout, McCutchen, Gonzalez, A. Jones, Ellsbury, Gomez, Harper, Stanton, Braun, & Bautista. I did my best to explain

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballFront OfficeTotal Run Index

Outfield is a unique problem for fantasy players. If you play in more than one fantasy league, chances are that one of them will consider outfielders generically and the other will have specific positions. We will consider the positions specifically for the time being, but TRI lends itself to overall

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Here is TheFantasyFix.com’s week sixteen update on all notable injured players, right here in one spot. Here you will find an update on a player’s progress as well as my spin on their expected return dates and fantasy impact upon return. The players are listed by expected return date. The big addition this week

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballFront OfficeJosh Kay

I’m currently in the middle of a massive mid-season rankings project. However, I had to take a break and write an article about the findings I unearthed about Matt Holliday’s curiously woeful and uncharacteristic first half. Here we go.

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Welcome in again to 3×3, where this week, we’re giving Adam LaRoche more time, embracing the new Roberto Hernandez, and raising Matt Holliday’s threat level to orange. If you’re wrestling with an issue about any of these players, or any players, for that matter, let’s chat it up in the

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballFront Office

At some point, the whole “early stats don’t matter” mantra begins to get old. The question is when we should discard it like yesterday’s garbage. Play in fantasy baseball for long enough and you will face this dilemma with your fantasy roster. You have guys on your team that you

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At the tender age of 24, Paul Goldschmidt batted .286/.359/.490 with 20 HRs and 18 SBs (against just three caught stealings). He scored and knocked in 82 runs in just 145 games. This followed up a somewhat impressive debut in 2011, during which he socked eight dingers in just 48

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I actually had to settle an internal debate with myself as to how to handle outfielders. Some leagues go with generic outfielders while others break them down by position. I chose the later. Mind you, when classifying these guys it was not an exact science. What I tried to do

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