- Josh Fields and the Value of Faith and Positive Thinking
Over the last calendar year, Houston righty Josh Fields has been a top-30 reliever. That may not be the type of lede that grabs you by your collar and shakes a click out of you, but the "how" might
- Dealing Carlos Gomez in Keeper and Dynasty Formats
- Three ROS Helpers: Odor, Snider and Moore
- Mike Foltynewicz is Pretty Good
- More Love for Cameron Maybin
- Buying Low Using LOB%: Buchholz, Carrasco and Strasburg
- Combing Over the Wire: Four Deep League Options
a fraction of that level he'd have value in fantasy leagues.
The biggest concern early was a lack of playing time. Kang is a reserve, but slow starts from Josh Harrison and Jordy Mercer -- as well
- What's Jimmy Nelson Brewing?
- Early Season Trade Targets
- Dumpster Diving: Chris Heston's Early Season Success
- Checking in on Post-Hype Sleepers
- Josh Shepardson's Bold Predictions for 2015
, and I'm expecting 12-to-15 homers, 100-plus runs, 25-to-30 stolen bases and an average around .300 -- give or take five points.
4- Josh Harrison ranks out the top 20 third basemen.
- The Padres Bullpen: Who's Your Daddy('s Relievers)?
- Ace Ventura: A Shields-less Royals' Rotation
- How to Use LABR Mixed Draft to Your Benefit
League, Samardzija has a career 3.85 ERA and 1.27 WHIP. Steamer is calling for a 3.92 ERA this year. Avoid this guy.
NFBC ADP – 91st (High 51, Low 119)
LABR Draft – 115th
- Fantasy: Three Undervalued Catchers
- Fantasy: Don't Fear Jose Altuve Late in First Round
- Where Josh Harrison Goes from Here
players usually just walk to the mound and keep it simple when called upon, the risk of injury prevents clubs from letting truly valuable players fall on the sword which is why the Pirates let Josh
- Jon Niese Is Changing It Up
- 2015 Fantasy: More Starting Pitching Busts
- 2015 Fantasy Bust: Johnny Cueto
- 2015 Fantasy Sleepers: Starting Pitching
- Under the Radar: John Mayberry
- Josh Donaldson: Changes in Approach and Mechanics
- someone who has evolved into one of the best overall position players in the game.
Let’s dive into Josh Donaldson’s trends in the offensive arena, and attempt to find meaning in those trends
- Josh Harrison Eats His Wheaties
He's 27 and been a role player for the Chicago Cubs minor league system and more recently the Pittsburgh Pirates over the course of a seven year career. Drafted in the sixth round, Josh Harrison
- Chris Getz Retires, Outlasting Teahen and Fields
2009 trade between the White Sox and Royals that sent Getz and Josh Fields to Kansas City for Mark Teahen. The far-less-heralded Getz somehow outlasted both Fields and Teahen as a major league player
- Fibonacci Fields
If the smallest two fields had the same dimensions as, say, Dodger Stadium, the tenth field (the one in the very bottom right corner) would have a centre field distance of 4.16 miles.
- John Axford: the Cardinals’ newest reclamation project
- Josh Donaldson
On June 13, when Josh Donaldson was sent down, his line was an astonishing .153/.160/.235. In exactly 100 plate appearances, he had 1 walk, and that was in that final June 13 game. He had 1
- Braun Finds Power To All Fields
Announcers and hitting coaches love to talk about hitting the ball to all fields, and especially hitting the ball to all fields with power. Not every elite hitter uses such an approach -- Jose
- Explaining the Command Disconnect
- Do Better Pitchers Actually Have Better Command?
- Commanding the Zone
- Spring Training in September
- Josh Willingham: 2012 Sleeper
Josh Willingham had his best major league season last year with the Oakland A's. He is now a free agent this off season and has yet to find a new home. No matter where he ends up, he looks
- How Good Is Matt Garza?
- Beating the Defensive Shift
- Best Rotation Ever? Best. Rotation. Ever.
- Prince's Improved Approach at the Plate
- Breaking Down Stolen Base Break-Even Points
- Anatomy of the $100 Million Contract
- Respect, Measured
- Exploring Pitching Tendencies
- Zack Greinke and Pitch Sequences
- Ivan Nova - An Uncommon Rule 5 Story
cite are the cases like Johan Santana, Joakim Soria and Josh Hamilton — where players went on to become valuable pieces for their new teams. But when do Rule 5 players become successes after being
- Matt Cain, Destroyer of DIPS
- Santos' Swift Slider
- Frozen Fields
- Buck, Fields Find New Clubs
Heading into the 2007 season, outfielder Travis Buck and third baseman Josh Fields were primo prospects. Baseball America ranked Buck, the Oakland Athletics' supplemental first-round pick in the 2005
- A Pitch F/X Look at Cliff Lee
- Carsten Groundball Sabathia
- Josh Hamilton's Hitting Breakout
It looks increasingly likely that the Rangers will win the American League West division. If that happens, a big reason for their success will be Josh Hamilton and his monstrous season at the plate
- Sabathia's Strong June
- Josh Hamilton's Resurgent Hitting
On Sunday, Josh Hamilton carried the Texas Rangers' offense. Going 5-for-6 while knocking in the tying run in the ninth inning and the go-ahead tally in the tenth, Hamilton had the biggest impact
- Power to All Fields
I'll put an end to my quartet of splits-related postings by looking at one more area I find tremendously interesting - power to all fields. There are some guys in baseball who can only drive
- Traded: Mark Teahen for Chris Getz, Josh Fields
The Chicago White Sox organization has traded rookie second baseman Chris Getz and disappointing third baseman Josh Fields, a former first round draft pick, to the Kansas City Royals for infielder
- Position Battles: White Sox 3B, Pt. 1: Josh Fields
the White Sox plucked Josh Fields with the 18th overall selection in the '04 amateur draft, he was expected to be the heir apparent to Joe Crede. The Oklahoma State product didn't overwhelm anyone
- Can Josh Fields Power His Way To Relevance?
Josh Fields was a two-sport star at Oklahoma State, as he was the starting quarterback for the Cowboys and helped lead them to two wins over Oklahoma during his tenure. Fields made the decision