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FINALLY, after four long days, there is a Major League Baseball game tonight that counts in the standings. If you’re like me, you’ve spent the last 96 hours staring at your roster, as well as everyone else’s, to scratch together a bunch of trade offers out of sheer boredom. You’ve
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 the words of Hall of Fame NFL coach Bill Parcells, “You are what your record says you are.” While Bill has clearly never been on the hill on the losing end of a 1-0 shutout, the point is well taken. If we are still making excuses for players who
While some players are fighting for divisions and pennants, many valuable fantasy baseball assets are playing on teams where even the beer can’t chase their blues away. With the trade deadline less than two months away, many of these assets will be wearing new colors come August, but will a
Going into the 2018 season, one of the biggest stories in baseball was the arrival of two-way Japanese superstar Shohei Ohtani. A 23-year-old, left-handed power hitter with speed, who took the mound throwing right-handed every six or seven days was not something the United States had seen since, maybe, ever.
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
This weekend will mark the 1/6th point of the MLB season. While it’s essential to stay on top of the waiver wire from the jump, taking fliers on hot starts both in the majors and in the minors, it’s also important to be patient with the players that you drafted
The baseball fanatic in me, and hopefully in you, loves when Statcast releases a new tool to try and help us understand the game. This year, it’s publicly available “expected statistics.” For hitters, that means using the percentage of time a batted ball equals a certain result to determine what
This far into the season, you’d be hard pressed to find any critique of Josh Hader’s performance. Despite being drafted as a middle reliever just outside the top-100 in redraft leagues, and even higher in dynasty formats, Hader has filled in impeccably as the closer after the season-ending injury to