Archive for July 2011

Can Vazquez be a true fantasy asset in the second half?

Chase Field doesn’t give them a big boost.

Would you roster this anonymous player?

This week’s edition reaches deep to find value, and gives you a few good trade targets

A tip on how to spend your FAAB budget.

Helping you win your fantasy league, one player at a time.

Disproving the myth that Dan Haren can’t pitch in the second half.

Presenting home run per outfield fly ball (HR/OFFB) park factors to empower your baseball analysis.

Helping you win your fantasy league, one player at a time.

All statistics current through at least June 1. Jordan Lyles | Astros | SP | 4 percent Yahoo ownership YTD: 2.57 ERA, 0.71 WHIP, 5.14 K/9, 0.00 BB/9, 38.1% GB% Oliver ROS: 5.07 ERA, 1.50 WHIP, 6.2 K/9, 2.0 K/BB I had the pleasure of witnessing Lyles’ quality major league debut/Carlos Marmol‘s historic blown save […]

Using the power of relativity to make sense of xWHIP.

An explanation of xWHIP and eFIP and the leader boards for all starting pitchers through May 28.

Two prospects to grab now, and some vets who can play roles for you.

Contrasting Norris and his clone, Brandon Morrow

Week 7 of the NL Waiver Wire.

What Would Jeffrey Do (with Alex Rios)?

Week 4 of the NL Waiver Wire series takes a look at some over/undervalue fantasy assets.

The Waiver Wire series kicks off with a look at some early NL assets that look promising, despite their ownership percentage.

A look at the rosters for a league composed of 14 loyal THT followers.

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