Archive for the 'Fantasy' Category

Even if they don’t start the year on the big league roster, rookies can make or break a fantasy season.

The 10-Day DL was a common excuse for failure last year, but how much of an effect did it really have?

A deep dive into the numbers and how the ball affects them.

Pitcher and hitter speed matters.

It pays to hit on unexpected fantasy breakouts, but how well do those breakouts hold onto their value the next year?

Some helpful tips for the general manager of your family.

Your favorite team is (isn’t) running like a wild deer in the spring. Here’s a look at what it means for your fantasy draft.

Can small sample sizes actually tell us something significant about players’ performance?

With the recent home run explosion, it’s OK to wait a little longer for starting pitching.

These unheralded pitchers can sometimes make all the difference in the world.

The 2016 season saw an epic power spike. Does it give us any lessons for this season?

The “Silly Little Game” has become big business, with financial and legal questions in its wake. What’s the future?

We’ve merged two of the best baseball fantasy sites on the Internet.

Today we take a look at one of 2013’s surprise top relievers

A recent contract extension will keep Lincecum in San Francisco for another two seasons

A top catcher becomes a non-catcher in real baseball, but fantasy owners still benefit

An under-the-radar prospect with a strong September audition

A prospect with major league experience

David DeJesus just signed the latest multi-year contract, but does he have a purpose in fantasy?

A World Series hero could also make an amazing platoon fantasy asset if you’re lucky