Now that the World Series is over, it is time to get a jump start on the 2017 fantasy season. So, what we are doing here is ranking the top 24 guys at each position. Mind you, those rankings are based on past performance and not on projected future performance.
The good folks at Major League Baseball Trade Rumors (MLBTR) spend their days making sure that they are tuned into every rumble that happens before the non-waiver trade deadline. Nothing can replace boots on the ground (so to speak), but the rest of us can only web surf every now
The (unofficial) midway point in the season is here. Some of baseball’s best players will spend the next few days galavanting around Cincinnati hobnobbing with southern Ohio’s finest and stuffing their faces with chili. Fantasy owners get a little respite as well, so now is the perfect time to assess
View image | gettyimages.com The catcher position has been like the walking dead this season as several high profile catchers have either missed most or all of the season to date. The preseason rankings are virtually irrelevant at this point with as many as five top ten catchers either on
View image | gettyimages.com Why should I bother reading this? Most fantasy baseball fans would bypass this article the first time they see the word “fielding” in the headline. Why should I care about fielding as a fantasy baseball player? That’s an excellent question and it deserves a serious answer.
View image | gettyimages.com The catching position is usually one of the hardest to fill. There are very few elite hitting catchers, and once they’re gone the drop off is quite steep. That being said, it is still possible to pick one up that could help make an impact throughout
I personally love total run index, but total run index is a difficult tool to use on the fly. It is more useful during the offseason when you want to evaluate players for your draft. During the season, I look for other tools that are useful for quick evaluations. Enter
“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
The key to winning in fantasy baseball is the same as in real baseball. The key is to find value where others do not. In the fantasy world we call these players “sleepers.” Of course, in real baseball they use more sophisticated statistics every year. Those same statistics can sometimes