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Everyone loves a downer at the party right? We just passed the halfway point of the season and now is a great time to reflect on the performances that have frustrated fantasy owners the most this season. I had more fun than I should have putting this article together last
Whether choosing to stream starting pitchers or looking for daily fantasy targets, knowing lineup splits is essential to success. The splits have similarities to the early season evaluation but there are some surging and falling teams to take note of in this July update.
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In part one last week, we looked at 20 starting pitchers whose underlying numbers showed potential for negative regression, based on the metrics of FIP, xFIP, and SIERA. With apologies to the oxymoron police, today I’ll review the starting pitchers who are on the opposite end of the spectrum with
I know it’s early for some to be thinking about whether to phone it in for the year or go for the title. But this series is going to span over a few weeks so I figured I’d start it now and then, as the title suggests, you can use