Archive for September 2010

By churning pitchers the final week you can squeeze an extra 30 innings above your league’s innings cap, enough to pick up a few extra wins a couple dozen strikeouts.

With Desmond Jennings and Jeremy Hellickson long gone it’s time to turn to stealth prospects.

A look at which players most appeared on winning teams in public fantasy leagues.

You can mount a campaign with an empty war chest.

Sometimes there’s too much realism in fantasy baseball.

First fantasy draft turned out worse—and better—than expected.

Advocates of each strategy share a core philosophy.

If he’s hurt and it’s a freak accident or ailment, he’s on my fantasy roster.

How major league misery makes fantasy opportunity.

In keeper fantasy leagues, giving up early is sometimes the right thing to do.