Fantasy baseball and real baseball often don’t intersect. One of the areas where they don’t intersect is in the area of fielding. The Angels made a deal in the winter of 2015 that shifted their fortunes a ton on the field. Occasionally, a transcendent fielder comes along that changes the
Christopher Morais Welcome to The Fantasy Fix’s nightly fantasy baseball recap, where you’ll find updates on bullpen usage, lineup construction, injuries, and transactions. Whether you play season-long or daily fantasy, expect to see the best coverage from every team, all season long. It was quite a busy Monday night in
In this piece, I’ll be looking at one of my favorite strategies to identify starting pitchers to target via trade for fantasy baseball players in 2016. Each and every baseball site you visit can probably provide you with a strategy to identify players to target via trade. One of my
View image | gettyimages.com Fantasy pools are underway and owners are gearing up for a long summer of ups and downs. A Fantasy owner’s best friend is the waiver wire—where finding value can make the difference between a great week and a very disappointing week. Most pitchers see the mound
View image | gettyimages.com Welcome to the TheFantasyFix.com’s nightly fantasy baseball recap, where you’ll find updates on bullpen usage, lineup construction, injuries, and transactions. No matter the format, we’ve got you covered on everything you need to know to help you win your league. What’s not mentioned below: The Arizona
A funny thing happened on the way to looking at the AL Central pitching market. When you have hard and fast rules at who belongs in what tier, you sometimes find some tiers underrepresented. As it turned out, only one pitcher qualified as a tier one starter in the AL
Last week, we took a look at three tiers of starting pitchers in the National League. The primary thrust of the week was to see how the three groups were separated in terms of secondary numbers. This week, we are doing the same thing in the American League. For those
It’s better late than never for the Week 16 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re resisting the urge to move Ricky Nolasco (but sending his teammate Hyun-Jin Ryu to the trading block) and finally letting Justin Ruggiano find himself.
It’s been a hectic couple of weeks in the household. We’ve been moving and for anyone that knows, that’s not something that gets completely done over a weekend. We’ll probably still have unopened boxes for the next couple of months. The game of baseball marches on until the all-star break.
Fantasy players can go blind tracking down all of the starting pitchers. I’m cutting off the mark at 60. I do this knowing full well that there are probably an additional 30 to 40 viable starting pitchers in fantasy terms. Some of them have limited numbers because of injury while