Archive for March 2011

On lock-ins, not lock-outs.

A look at my final draft of the year.

How will the Padres and their fans adjust to a world without Adrian Gonzalez?

Will competitiveness return to the desert in 2011?

On April 2, 1869, Hugh Jennings was born. Through his life, he would be known as Hughie, Ee-Yah and finally as a Hall of Famer.

Taking a crack at quantifying count-based fastball velocity variance.

New Toon Thursday with TUCK! brand toons

Greed is good. The benefits of drafting more than your “fair share” of closers.

The role of the stolen base in daily fantasy baseball.

Can enough things go right to save 2011 for the Mariners?

Trevor Cahill may not be Oakland’s best starter, but he’s good. He and three other strong arms could be 2011’s difference makers.

The Giants stunned everyone by running the table in 2010. With the element of surprise now eliminated, can they repeat in 2011?

How to appropriately react when the new season begins.

After months of waiting and wondering, our staff takes a guess at what’s in store for 2011.

My NFBC Main Event team

The Supreme Court of Fantasy Judgment looks into what fantasy commissioners must do to effectively run their leagues and shows some appreciation for the time and energy they dedicate to their efforts.

Mat dreams of a shakeup in the front office.

The team looks stronger; its division opponents don’t.

An attempt to predict those tricky vulture wins.

The end of ignominy is still hard to identify.