You usually get these articles right after the non-waiver deadline and they generally focus on which teams helped themselves the most or failed to help themselves. This time, we will focus on the players likely to get the biggest bump and who will be the hardest hit from their move
Some people may think the non-waiver trade deadline is a period where major deals go down and the landscape of the pennant chase is changed dramatically. However, most of the time that isn’t the case. Most deals seem minor in nature. So the task of the fantasy writer is to
Relief pitchers are the bane of everyone’s existence when it comes to fantasy. The save has become the end all be all statistic everyone craves and yet the save has never been less valuable than it has now. Most teams do not even employ their most effective relief pitcher there
2015 Quick Overview The Astros finished 86-76 on the 2015 season. That marked a 16-game improvement from the previous season and a 35-game improvement over a two year period. Most interested observers believed 2016 would be the season where they would burst onto the playoff scene, but it came a
View image | gettyimages.com Offseason Overview Although the Houston Astros weren’t a very good team last year as they only won 70 games, their 19-win improvement from 2013 was encouraging after a stretch of three consecutive years with at least 105 losses. While the Astros may have a tough time
For long suffering Astros fans like me, it has been a long time in the wilderness. Of course, getting Biblical is a bit much considering they were in the World Series less than 10 years ago. Philadelphia Phillies fans could ask their grandparents what it was like before the
In the Week 22 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re taking a chance on Oswaldo Arcia, cutting ties with C.J. Wilson, and keeping it going with Matt Shoemaker. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy leagues.