Archive for September 2012

Can you win by spending more on relievers than starters?

Analyzing the schedule to try to steal some stolen bases

Why we should trust the long ball and the players who hit them

Seedlings of ideas intended to improve the game of baseball and :an experience

The concept of hustle is allegedly lost on fantasy baseball, but that’s not really the case

An early look at potential bullpen shake-ups for next season for those in keeper leagues with looming trade deadlines

You shouldn’t wait much longer to make your trades, except in these instances

Position players involved in trade rumors and what a trade would do to their value

Some players with trade buzz and what a deal might mean to the fantasy value of each

THT has joined forces with FanGraphs; the real winners will be our readers

Their owners may think they’re selling high, but I don’t

There’s no need to throw your eggs into one basket yet

League settings, personal engagement, and THT vs. Fantasy Squared’s Fangraphs league

Staying single and ready to mingle… with the waiver wire

Meaningful info and still small samples make the trade market fertile this time of year

Arms really are worth 90 cents on the dollar when compared to bats

Has the tumultuous closer position really helped validate the don’t-pay-for-saves model?

Another owner is creating a juggernaut; is there anything you can do? Help him, maybe.

A belated introduction to a unique expert league

Players who are outperforming their preseason ranks without playing above their heads.