There are less than two weeks remaining in the baseball season. We are getting to the point where we are ready to do a post mortem on the fantasy season. Most teams have been eliminated by now whether they are doing rotisserie style or head to head style. Of course,
Left field is a deep position in fantasy baseball. The median certainly indicates that across the board, but the number of players that approach the median on the downside is another really good indication. That depth can help you on draft day. You can punt the position and plug in
Offseason Overview Of all the teams we have overviewed to this point, this team seems unfinished. They are on the hunt for more pitching and the reunion with Mike Napoli seems more obvious than any in the sport. Yet, here we are doing the dance waiting for eyes to lock.
As we continue with the left field list it remains important to think about where we have been. The essential nature of our rankings is that they consider primarily where the players have been in their careers. Obviously, that may not always be the best way to do it, but
Baseball fans turned their attention towards the annual amateur draft last night. MLB has been doing a better job of advertising and promoting the draft in recent seasons. The MLB Network has televised the first round of the draft over the past several seasons and casual fans are beginning to
To avoid small-sample-size theatre I’m looking at Yahoo!’s transaction page to see which players have been added and dropped and how they can impact your fantasy teams. Texas called up its No. 1 prospect, 20-year-old Nomar Mazara, to fill in for the injured Shin-Soo Choo, who suffered a calf injury