Archive for June 2009

Is clustering hits and walks together the reason why Javier Vazquez doesn’t pitch up to his peripherals?

Welcome to the new THT Fantasy… again.

Greinke? Santana? Lincecum? Or someone less obvious…

Another chance to play Roster Doctor.

A look at the changing closer situations from the past week and who might surface in Washington.

A quick update about the goings ons at THT Fantasy.

A look at why fantasy owners might be wise to trade for power now.

A look at Derek and Paul’s FSIC NL team.

Why is Arredondo owned in so many leagues?

My thoughts on using waiver priorities and my FAAB budget.

A link to this week’s roundtable discussion on who will be 2009’s Ryan Ludwick and Cliff Lee.

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My take on proper use of the waiver wire in leagues with ‘first-come-first-served’ free agent pools.

Some final thoughts on players, including some undervalued power threats.

Link to this week’s Fantasy Baseball Roundtable.

A look at which players have wound up on my fantasy teams most frequently.

A look at McLouth’s 2008 season and what 2009 might hold.

An introduction to THT Fantasy’s newest feature, Roster Doctor.

NCAA Final Four bracket contest for THT Fantasy readers.

A look why we should reconsider Hanley Ramirez as the No. 1 pick in 2009 fantasy drafts.