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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Every organization operates differently even when they use data to support their moves. The Cardinals are a unique franchise because they have enough revenue to operate like a big boy, but they like to build their team through their farm system. So, most of their players are home grown and

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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Outfield projections can be challenging. Some platforms treat them all the same while others separate them by position. We will treat left fielders as left fielders, but we will include all three medians just in case you want to cross-reference the player with the other outfield positions. Some players are

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2017 Fantasy BaseballAndrew Miller

OFFSEASON OVERVIEW St. Louis had a quiet offseason with only one major move – picking up Dexter Fowler from the rival Chicago Cubs for five years and $82.5 million. Fowler’s set to leadoff for the Cardinals and should continue to put up quality numbers that fantasy owners have become accustomed

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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The knocking on the door series began as a way to capture up and coming players that hadn’t garnered enough of a major league track record to qualify amongst the top 24 guys at their position. The likelihood is that some of these guys are comfortably in the top 24

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2016 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The Cardinals are one of the model franchises in the big leagues. They’ve established a pipeline of talent that consistently seems to produce one or two surprise players every year. Yet, they also have a consistent pool of veterans that keep them in the pennant race. The Chicago Cubs have

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2016 Fantasy Baseball2016 Fantasy Baseball Draft GuideFantasy Baseball

There are many ways to rank players. I don’t claim to have a monopoly on the truth, but I hope my methods balance analytics with common sense. The analytics part is probably the most involved. We take runs above replacement from the past three seasons according to three different sources

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When we begin looking at outfielders, we begin to see some flexibility between corner outfielders. Players listed as left fielders could easily switch to right field and vice versa. Obviously, when we mention someone as a left fielder it precludes us mentioning them in right field. We also might have

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2015 Fantasy BaseballAndrew Miller

Just like with Matt Duffy, for most of the season I’ve been thinking Randal Grichuk wasn’t a rookie. That’s probably because he played in 47 games in last year’s regular season and then started all nine St. Louis postseason games. He also debuted in April of last year, so he’s

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