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Scooter Gennett

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View image | gettyimages.com I don’t even know what a ‘Sleeper’ is any more. I do know that it’s an overused term in our game and one that’s really hard to define. With so many different league sizes and scoring formats, it’s hard to classify any player as an under

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2015 Fantasy Baseball Draft GuideFantasy Baseball

View image | gettyimages.com As we continue on the over and under train, we should throw out a few general reminders. The numbers you see for each player constitute the three year averages as expressed over 150 games played. Often times, the aggregate gives us a very good idea of

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2015 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

In the last edition, a reader wrote in and asked about Buster Posey’s ranking among first basemen. As it turns out, a number of players are eligible at multiple positions. Choosing which position to list them at can be a tricky proposition. Most of the time they are listed where

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Center field is easily the glamour position in baseball. If you don’t believe me, then simply look at the preseason rankings. The top player on the board was a center fielder and two of the top five guys were center fielders. Of the top six performers at the position this

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We continue the yo-yoing through positions when we move to second base. We saw how different first base was from catcher and now we move to the other extreme with second basemen. For those that haven’t checked out this series before today, we are chiefly concerned with a statistic called

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About 90 years ago, a relatively young Yankees first baseman seemed on the path to a long and prosperous career. Coming into the 1925 season, Wally Pipp was coming off of two consecutive 100+ RBI campaigns. He had three other 90+ RBI seasons to his credit before that point. There

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

This is the third week we have done the dumpster diving series and each week we alter our approach a little as needs arrive. Second base is full of under the radar guys, so we will be dividing this position into two separate articles to help fantasy fans peruse through

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

It’s another day and another daily fix on the docket. One of the great things about daily fantasy baseball is that it allows you to tinker with your strategy from day to day. That’s also the best reason to come here to the Fantasy Fix for your daily fix. With

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballTotal Run Index

Past is prologue. The past is the best predictor of the future, but there is no perfect predictor of the future. So, when I think about total run index (TRI) and its use in fantasy sports, I have to consider the limitations. For anyone that studies sabermetrics, there are two

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballTotal Run Index

A wise man once said that you should always go with the devil you know over the devil you don’t know. Apparently, the early drafters in fantasy baseball don’t agree at the second base position. We can see two players that have virtually no experience at the big league level

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