The Sunday before the All-Star Game is symbolic for two very different reasons. At it’s simplest, it’s the end of the first “half” of the season and the agreed-upon time to reflect and digest what we have been given over the last three-plus months by the baseball gods. It’s an
The All Star Break is almost here. At this point, you know exactly what type of team you have. You know your team’s strengths and weaknesses. You know if you have a shot at the top spot in roto, or the playoffs in H2H. If you reside at the top
Unless you’re living under a rock or have a very demanding job, you already know… Chris Paul is a Rocket. (A Rockets?) A Rocket, pretty sure. The thirty-two-year-old guard opted out of the final year of his deal, which allowed the Clippers to collect salvage value on the departing superstar
Last month, Jack Cecil wrote a great article outlining the dearth of impact, cornerstone prospects in the 2017 draft. The takeaway was that higher picks in dynasty drafts this year will have lower relative value compared to other years – namely 2018 – due to the lack of any truly
Danny Jansen‘s draft stock seemed primed for a meteoric rise as he entered the 2013 season as the Appleton West Terrors’ starting catcher. At 6-3/225, Jansen is big, strong, physical, and had all the requisite skills to stick at catcher. Several teams had already been in touch with him prior to his
The Brewers have been in the spotlight thanks to their hot start to sit atop the N.L. Central. Eric Thames and Eric Sogard have stolen the spotlight with surprising performances, but others on the team have had standout performances without nearly the same fanfare.