While taking a trip to a minor league baseball game may not sound like the most riveting experience ever, it’s an experience I highly recommend. Not only are you able see get far closer to players than at most major league games, but, oftentimes, you’ll also have the ability to personally
Back in 2013, prior to the Rule IV MLB Draft, Jon Gray was a well-built right-handed power arm coming out of the University of Oklahoma. In that year’s amateur draft, Gray went from one of the best couple of amateurs in the land to a pitcher in the Colorado Rockies’
I’ll concede that Kings’ rookie big man, Skal Labissiere, was not really on my radar until recently. (Am I even spelling his name right?) While those who cling to WARP projections and CARMELO forecasts (such as myself) can claim to have “seen coming” Nikola Jokic before others, over reliance on such
It’s been over two months since the Dynasty Guru first published their first baseball rankings in over 108 days, and since then we’ve published consensus ranks for every position and two top 500s from our gurus– Bret’s and Tom’s. We’ve ranked around 690 players total across all the different lists
After releasing our consensus dynasty quarterback, running back, and wide receiver off-season rankings, we will now close the positions out with our consensus tight end rankings. The culmination of these rankings will be our consensus rookie rankings. All of these off-season lists will finally be capped off with our #TDG250.
Don’t put all of your eggs in one basket. Growing up, my grandfather would regularly say this to me, which isn’t surprising since it’s a very grandfatherly kind of thing to say. It’s reminiscent of a time when people had lots of eggs, so many so that they used baskets