View image | gettyimages.com Sometimes you get numbers so out of whack that you have to rethink what you’re doing. That happened when I tracked the 22 second basemen that have had enough plate appearances to qualify for the batting title. According to baseball-reference.com (as of June 10th), the major
View image | gettyimages.com As we continue our plate discipline series we will pause for a station break so that those that are just joining us can catch up. I do this series once a year because it helps identify some sleepers you can add on the waiver wire. It
Last time, we looked at the youngster shortstops that have been left undrafted. Today, we will look at the older shortstops in the same situation. Some of these folks are still relatively young (two are 27 and one 28), so calling them veterans is a bit of a misnomer. Some
Shortstop is easily the most glamorous position on the diamond. This is especially true as players are growing up and if players are coming from off the mainland. Of course, much of that prestige comes at the defensive end. Lay you odds that most of the “Web Gems” you see
It’s a pitcher-heavy edition of fantasy baseball 3×3 for Week 20. We’re believing in Chad Gaudin, doubting Francisco Liriano, and enjoying Ian Kennedy’s new digs.
This Friday, be sure to to enter the “Spring Fling” over at DraftKings. It’s your chance to turn an $11 entry fee into a $20,000 first place prize! Enter here! The bleeding has officially stopped. Playing the one dollar play paid off, so we’re going to do it again today. If you
I generally hate self-promotion, but I did a series of articles on the new process of voting for Gold Gloves over at bigleaguesmag.com. I mention that because there are a lot of concepts that bleed over between evaluating fielding and fantasy baseball. The main one is that while the WAR
Shortstop was the weakest position last year on the diamond last year. Several of the shortstops we are profiling were below average offensive performers last season. Obviously, some of them will rebound to put up positive numbers this year and some won’t rebound. Four of the six profiled shortstops will