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
Those of you (like me) who failed to make the playoffs in your fantasy football league will now be turning your attentions to baseball. Something you should have done weeks ago if you ask me. To ease you into it, I figured this will be a good time to look
Alan Harrison (@TheFantasyFix) and co-host Todd Clark (@lunchmade) take an early look at the 13-game slate on DraftKings for April 16, 2019. The fellas discuss projected game totals, take a brief look at weather conditions, talk about some favorite values among hitters and pitcher, discuss stacks, home run and stolen
Continuing on from part one of our outfielders review of projections vs ADPs, we are heading back to the American League Central and looking at the Minnesota Twins duo of Eddie Rosario and Max Kepler. Just a reminder, we are looking at where players are currently being drafted using their
Profile The Cleveland Indians drafted outfielder Clint Frazier fifth overall in 2013 as the very first high school position player selected that year. Coming out of the same hometown as Pirate prospect Austin Meadows – another young outfielder I had written about recently – Frazier received a franchise-record $3.5MM signing
Profile The Pittsburgh Pirates talented homegrown outfield may have another potential star buried in the weeds. 20 year old Austin Meadows was the Pirates’ ninth overall pick in the 2013 MLB ametur draft out of Grayson High School, and was the second player taken in the top-10 from Loganville, Georgia.