There is never a more fun time in fantasy sports then draft time. Fantasy football players are certainly gearing up for their drafts right now. It’s easy to place all of your eggs in that draft basket, but any good fantasy player knows that how you navigate the waiver wire
We have gotten to the virtual halfway point in the season. When you get to these landmarks it is always a good time to look back and forward at the same time. So, we are ranking the position players according to total points. Total points is the preferred platform for
If you missed the American League article, go back and give it a read. If you already have, then welcome back to the second part of my fourth edition of “No Way Pedro”. It’s similar to the bold predictions you’ll see swirling around the internet this time of year.
The catcher carousel took an unexpected turn when the Milwaukee Brewers parted big money to sign free agent catcher Yasmani Grandal on a one-year deal worth $18.25 million. On the surface, it seems like a strange deal but digging a little deeper, it makes sense for both sides.
At the halfway point it is always fun to check up and see how things are going. People play in different formats and we could look at all of them, but I prefer total points. For one, daily fantasy sports is becoming more and more popular with the laws loosening
As popular as total points formats have become, the standard five and six category leagues are still the most popular in the genre. Total points is a lot more accurate when it comes to pegging the value of a player, but the standard categories are so easy to understand. Everyone
It was a fantastic postseason and a World Series for the ages, but now the offseason for 2018 has begun. We will go through and rank the top 30 players at each position according to total points, five categories, and six categories. We begin with catchers and total points. Total
We had been looking at basic five and six category statistics before, but the total points revolution seems to be taking over the sport. Most of you see these numbers in daily fantasy baseball and with changes in legislation, you will only see daily fantasy sports more often. I prefer
Position rankings are something that usually gets saved for the offseason and we will certainly revisit it then, but the non-waiver deadline means different things depending on whether you are talking real baseball or fantasy baseball. In players playing in head to head leagues, you are looking at the last
We are used to looking at the best position player, starting pitcher, and relief pitcher on the fantasy market, but it is that time of year where everyone comes out with their list of all-star snubs. I’ll join in with the fun and pick one player at each position (plus