Archive for September 2009

How a derivatives market may hold some answers to evaluating fantasy team performance.

If one is lucky enough to be involved in a close, thrilling finish, there can be an enormous amount of strategic gamesmanship involved.

Matt Kemp has become a darling in the fantasy community. But here are some reasons why everyone might wish to be cautious.

Move over Pujols, Hanley, Braun, and Wright. Why the Twins catcher deserves consideration as the #1 get in fantasy leagues.

In the final month of the season, justifying some players’ job security on your team becomes more difficult. Is it time to cut bait on players who will only barely outperform the waiver wire?

It’s never too early to plan.

Not all risk-takers are created equal in fantasy baseball.

Incentives can keep owners interested and teams competitive late in the long fantasy baseball season.

Eriq tells you which bullpen situations you should be paying close attention to.

It may not be as hard to make up ground in batting average as you think.

A team full of players who could see their ownership rates increase as the summer goes on.

Tips for analyzing potential trades at the All-Star break.

Five players whose value could be affected by what happens between now and the trade deadline.

The latest visit to the Roster Doctor.

Owners who aren’t trying to win can be a big problem.

A new version of the Roster Doctor.

A formula can help you figure out the runs category.

When it’s time to to jettison your underperforming players.

The Roster Doctor is here to help.

A new edition of the Roster Doctor.