Archive for October 2008

Tim Dierkes looks at what went wrong for the Cubs in the playoffs.

Look for Chicago in five.

Tim Dierkes answers your questions on whose performances to believe so far this season.

Answering your questions on whose performances so far are for real

Tim Dierkes opens the fantasy mailbag once again. Should you cut Ted Lilly, Matt Kemp and Mark Lowe? Answers to those and many other questions.

Tim Dierkes dives into the fantasy mailbag, addressing questions on potential closers, Jair Jurrjens, Billy Butler, and Conor Jackson.

Tim Dierkes dives into the fantasy mailbag, addressing questions on potential closers, Jair Jurrjens, Billy Butler, and Conor Jackson.

Tim Dierkes cracks open the mailbag and discusses Huston Street, Manny and Alexei Ramirez, Francisco Liriano and more.

This week Tim’s mailbag focuses more on questions related to the projected performance of individual players; you won’t want to miss it.

Tim Dierkes assesses the fantasy prospects of Michael Young, Willy Taveras, and Jay Bruce while also fielding a few strategy questions.

Tim Dierkes assesses the fantasy prospects of Michael Young, Willy Taveras, and Jay Bruce while also fielding a few strategy questions.

Tim Dierkes dives into the mailbag, answering interesting fantasy baseball strategy questions.

Tim Dierkes dives into the mailbag, answering interesting fantasy baseball strategy questions.

Tim digs into another fantasy baseball mailbag to take on several strategic questions as well as name so deeper mixed league pitching sleepers.

Tim digs into another fantasy baseball mailbag to take on several strategic questions as well as name so deeper mixed league pitching sleepers.

Jason Bay, Brett Myers, and the Nationals’ outfield are among the many topics discussed in Tim’s first Fantasy Mailbag at THT.

Jason Bay, Brett Myers, and the Nationals’ outfield are among the many topics discussed in Tim’s first Fantasy Mailbag at THT.

The Cubs were the favorites, but the Diamondbacks rolled over them. What happened?

The Cubs and Diamondbacks tangle for a five-game series. Here’s why the Cubs will be the team to advance to the NLCS.

Tim Dierkes names twenty players he won’t be drafting in 2007.