In dynasty we are always looking for the next great thing to build around, constantly attempting to produce a franchise cornerstone. Unfortunately, the 2018 draft is not looking like the place to do that kind of shopping for your team. I’ll profile a few of the 2018 players, but the
Pitching injuries have taken over the fantasy season. The first domino to fall was Madison Bumgarner, a situation that has been highlighted many times in the past few weeks. The trend of elite pitchers succumbing to injury continued this week as Noah Syndergaard and Cole Hamels each suffered long-term injuries.
Tom Trudeau is joined by Ben Diamond and Tyler Baber to discuss April risers and fallers including: Power hitting phenoms Aaron Judge, Eric Thames, and Ryan Zimmerman: Who’s real, who should you buy now, is it too late? What to do with Broken Aces: Madison Bumgarner, Noah Syndergaard, Corey Kluber and All
In 2015, Jake Arrieta won the National League Cy Young Award. In a season when Zack Greinke and Clayton Kershaw had magnificent years, Arrieta was voted to have had an even better one. Let’s revisit some of his simple numbers from that year: 236 strikeouts, 1.77 ERA, 0.865 WHIP. Jake
Now that we’re a few weeks into the season, it’s prime time to check in on how some under-the-radar call ups and injuries to lineup regulars have changed the opportunity and trajectory of fringe fantasy relevant players. This article will seek to do just that, by examining three players whose
The day has finally come; NFL Draft Day! It’s Christmas for dynasty football players. We finally get to see where all the future superstars are drafted and we can begin to dissect how amazing they will be throughout their career. So let’s dive into the results from a crazy, unpredictable