There is nearly an infinite number of formats in fantasy baseball and working without outfielders is always a challenge. Some leagues have three starting outfielders. Others have five. Then, you get the question of whether you break it down specifically by position or whether you consider them all generically. My
Every time we cover outfielders we get to a point where we have to make a strategic decision. Do we cover each position specifically or do we cover all outfielders together? Each time I seem to make a different decision based on the needs of the time. Usually I go
In that last edition we took a look at the top 20 fantasy outfielders according to the PECOTA projections. Naturally, when we start looking at 21-40 we start seeing far less separation. So, sometimes we have to apply our own instincts and we must define our terms. We are looking
We come to our last position amongst hitters with right fielders and oddly enough this is the deepest position on the diamond. Right field has more studs and really good young players than any positions, so choosing a top ten was brutally difficult. The rankings this year have taken a
Right field might be the strongest position on the diamond. At least, it has had two players that have captured the attention of the baseball world. Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton have hit home runs by the bushel, but are they best right fielders in the game? Total points encompass
We started the weekly standard series a month ago to highlight the very best position player, starting pitcher, and relief pitcher available. Of course, we installed a few parameters to keep us honest and to be more helpful to you. First, we limit the pool to players that are available
The 2016 Texas Rangers were a statistical anomaly. Their Pythagorean record came in at a paltry 82-80, but they finished at 95-67. That is plus 13 wins for the math impaired. They were plus five games the season before. This is where your perspective dictates how we move forward. Positive
“Cause I’m here in right field just watching the dandelions grow.” — Peter, Paul, and Mary I spent many a game in right field in my youth. I could postulate that it was about my strong throwing arm, but it was really about the same thing as the song above.
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.
I would like to begin our coverage of right fielders by thanking everyone that has been loyal to our site over the past year. As we wind down 2016, it becomes important to thank those that make all this possible. Eyeballs are what moves the needle and we would like