The Corona Virus has taken a bite out of the baseball season and has taken a bite out of our coverage. It’s been almost a week since my last article. However, it’s time to get back on the horse even if baseball is taking some time off. If you’ve missed
With outfielders ticked off, we’ll take a look at the outfield and find some more value based on current NFBC ADPs. Below are the 2019 stats of four outfielders; three of whom have very similar ADPs right now and another not being shown nearly as much love.
The all-star break is just in the rearview mirror, so it is always a good time to take a look back at each position and see where we are at. Total points is a relatively new format normally seen on the daily fantasy sports scene, but some full season leagues
We come to the end of the two to add and two to dump series…at least for now. We will likely revisit this later in the season when the fantasy season is coming down the stretch. We started just after Memorial Day when the summer unofficially begins. This is the
Continuing on from part one of our outfielders review of projections vs ADPs, we are heading back to the American League Central and looking at the Minnesota Twins duo of Eddie Rosario and Max Kepler. Just a reminder, we are looking at where players are currently being drafted using their
In that last edition we took a look at the top 20 fantasy outfielders according to the PECOTA projections. Naturally, when we start looking at 21-40 we start seeing far less separation. So, sometimes we have to apply our own instincts and we must define our terms. We are looking
Right field might be the strongest position on the diamond. At least, it has had two players that have captured the attention of the baseball world. Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton have hit home runs by the bushel, but are they best right fielders in the game? Total points encompass
We tend to focus on the little things when teams are successful, but when teams are wildly unsuccessful we tend to focus on the big things. Surely, the Twins were unsuccessful largely because their pitching staff has been a dumpster fire, but there are many reasons why pitchers can look
“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 Chicago Cubs and Houston Astros have provided a blueprint. The goal is not to relentlessly suck per se. In reality, the goal is just not to try to overtly win. It is said that a team of replacement level players will win somewhere in the neighborhood of