First base is weird on draft day. Or at least it has become that way in recent years. Many of us still expect bundles of production, but it isn’t quite the case anymore. The position used to be full of boppers. Thirty homers or more was nearly automatic from the
For those of you that saw the sneak peeks, this will be a bit of a review. Total Run Index is a statistical platform exclusive to TheFantasyFix.com. We took a look at the 2013 results, but did not forecast to 2014. This is what this series is all about. Of
The 2013 season is barely over, but work on the 2014 season is well under way. Last season, I rolled out Total Run Index (TRI) for the first time on this site. Now, I am in full offseason mode where I am working on compiling the data for 2014. Some
We’re right on time for the Week 17 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re believing in John Lackey, buying stock in Chris Archer, and running far, far away from Nate McLouth (don’t worry, he probably can’t catch us).
“On a long enough timeline, the survival rate drops to zero.” — Tyler Durden For those that have either read Fight Club or watched the movie, you are familiar with that quote. Of course, we are not talking about real death here, but we are talking about the death of a
Leave it to our readers to give us the best article ideas. Someone read my article on the platoon advantage and reached out to me via Twitter. He asked if I had a listing of which players had the biggest splits. Of course, I didn’t because I hadn’t bothered with
If you read the introductory article on total run index then you know what this is all about. If you have not read that article, it might be helpful to you to understand a little about what is going on. What follows is a table showing the TRI scores for the