View image | gettyimages.com The beginning of April is an exciting time for baseball fans as it is. When you add in the spectre of a blockbuster trade (hours before the first game of the season) you get some real excitement. The San Diego Padres and Atlanta Braves pulled off
View image | gettyimages.com The outfield is always a quagmire in fantasy baseball. Some leagues simply put all of them in the same category. Some leagues split them into their specific positions. Others use three starting outfielder and some have five starting outfielders. For our purposes we will split them into
As it turns out, there is no position as volatile as center field. A part of that volatility comes in the form of picking which outfield position in which to put some players. Nine times out of ten it’s easy. Most players play one position and stay there. However, that doesn’t happen
It has been a wild winter in the NL West, and we haven’t even approached the new year. It’s hard to keep track of everything and how it will affect the upcoming fantasy season. Normally, we would simply list the moves, but there are just too many to simply list.
At this point in the season, 90% of the standings in your fantasy baseball league are decided. If you play in a keeper format, it’s time to look to next year. After a little disclaimer, let’s run down three down-on-their-luck players to stash for next season. Obviously, keeper values are
In the Week 24 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re moving on to Edward Mujica, moving on from Anthony Rizzo, and moving on up with Javier Baez. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy leagues. This
Like every other position, right field was rocked by injuries this season. If you assume a 12 team league then you had ten right fielders taken in the first ten rounds. When the season is over, only two of the ten players will likely be among the top ten right
While this year’s rookie hitters pail in comparison to last year’s rookie hitters, there still are some worth keeping or at least considering keeping. As of right now there’s just a small top tier worth keeping in most if not all leagues, while there are several more with value in
Sundays in Miami are usually reserved for, I’d assume, going to the beach as well as detailing the exploits of a certain serial killer. However, last Sunday those events were put on hold, at least temporarily, for a pitchers’ duel between two of the best young arms in the game.
Yasiel Puig see ball hit ball far. The Dodgers’ 22-year-old stud hit his seventh homer Monday night in just his 20th MLB game. He’s doing just about everything right. Minus a gaffe in Monday’s game in right field, he’s making highlight plays defensively and offensively. MLB Network’s Heidi Watney tweeted