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December 2015

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Dylan Bundy is no longer fun to read about. You can trace the history of ‘Dylan Bundy Reading Enjoyment’ in headlines over the past 3 years here at TDG: The Number One Prospect for 2014 Is… (April 2013), Early Injuries to Three Major Prospects (April 2013), Forgotten/Undervalued MiLB Players (October

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As I write this piece I have just been eliminated from the semifinals of my fantasy football dynasty league.  It stinks to lose in the playoffs but I’m taking this one in stride.   It doesn’t take long for me to turn my eye towards my true love—my 16 team dynasty

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If you’re searching for a great trade target in dynasty leagues this off-season, then Raisel Iglesias is the player for you. What does one look for in a dynasty trade target? Ideally, they’d be young, at a discount, lacking name value, and have upside.  There’s not too many players out there

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Regular TDG readers or TINO Podcast listeners will be familiar with the concept of what I’ll paraphrase as “weird formats.” Those same readers will be aware, then, that not everyone enjoys the weird format. To me, the weird format is what separates our great game of dynasty fantasy baseball from

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When it was announced that the Hiroshima Carp had decided to post Kenta Maeda, the right-hander finally got his long-awaited wish to play in the big leagues. Us fantasy owners also got our wishes — the chances to own the long-time Carp ace on our respective teams. We’ve already started wondering what

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A lot of the time, minor league numbers don’t tell the whole story for prospects.  In fact, sometimes they are downright misleading and can result in an unfair shift in value for the player.  Minor league statistics can be the product of factors such as extreme offensive environments and ballparks, or swings in

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Change is hard. We accept the status quo, even if we see flaws in the way things are. Trying to enact change can cause anxiety, fear of the unknown, or interpersonal strife. This is true in all walks of life, fantasy leagues included. Leagues that have been around for a

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