Welcome to the 96th episode of the Double Dong Daily Fantasy Baseball Podcast hosted by Ryan Noonan and Broc Miller presented by TheFantasyFix.com! Ryan and Broc typically bring the goods three times per week here at TheFantasyFix.com (as well as iTunes and Stitcher) for the daily breakdown of the MLB slates for daily fantasy baseball.
Opening day is literally around the corner and your draft or auction is probably over, but it always pays to continue doing research. For instance, many of you may be participating in daily fantasy baseball. Looking at average auction values in comparison with projected performance can help you determine which
A lot of platforms treat all outfielders the same. At first blush, center fielders would seem to be the cream of the crop based on their overall reputations. A lot of that comes from defensive value. Obviously, that has nothing to do with fantasy baseball. We will reveal the medians
Offseason Overview The Angels are the new White Sox. They’ve changed management off the field, but they’ve kept the same philosophy in general. The idea is that they are always one or two players away from being competitive. That certainly makes sense with Mike Trout and Albert Pujols in tow,
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,
The MVP award is the most controversial award in all of sports. It’s easy enough to pick out a Rookie of the Year or Cy Young Award winner. You simply pick the best player. Sure, sometimes there will be close races as the Cy Young races are this season. Sure,
Occasionally, I have to get on my soapbox. The MVP award means different things to different people. To some, it means voting for the best player in the league. For others, it means voting for the best player that also happens to be on the best team. In the National
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.
The AL MVP debate is in full swing. You have the so-called defending champion of each of the past five seasons in Mike Trout. He currently leads the AL in wins above replacement (WAR) and has done that in every season except 2015. Yet, he has only taken home one
As noted yesterday, teams will begin making August trades probably in the next week to keep bolstering their rosters. The fantasy playoffs will begin in about a month as well. That gives you three or four weeks to bolster your rosters before the season winds down. Just like in real