It’s the time of the year where we offer congratulations to those of you brave dynasty league owners that survived the offseason. The greatness that 2016 will surely offer is upon us and that means we’ll be spending the next six weeks moving our way through the positional landscape, offering thoughts
If the season were to end today the Chicago Cubs would be heading to the playoffs for a wildcard showdown with their division rival Pittsburgh Pirates. As it stands right now the Cubs own the fourth best record in the National League at 35-29 and boast a +16 run differential.
Congratulations on surviving another off-season. Now that the new year is upon us, it’s time to spend the next month traveling across the positional landscape, labeling players with numbers that correspond to their value. It’s the very definition of freedom. A ton of hard work was put into these rankings,
Patience, as it relates to dynasty leagues is often times a curse rather than a blessing. If you’re stuck holding onto a failed prospect when you had an opportunity to get value in a trade, or missed an opportunity to add a better option for free because you just couldn’t let go of
From the 21st of January to the 20th of February, the writers at TDG will be taking you through our rankings position-by-position. As I mentioned in the primer, this year we’re doing things a little differently. Instead of having my personal rankings up on this site, like last year, these
When I first pitched this series, I made it pretty clear that I wanted some collaboration between me (or another TDG writer) and our readers in terms of selecting players you want to read about. That’s why it was pretty encouraging yesterday when I took to Twitter to ask for
I jumped at the chance to highlight the stars of the Mesa Solar Sox in TDG’s latest series covering the Arizona Fall League, because — if you didn’t know — I kind of, sort of like the Cubs. I was sad to see shortstop Javier Baez taken off Mesa’s roster when
When we cover prospects here at the Dynasty Guru, we’re looking at it through the lens of fantasy value only. And this feels like a good time to mention that if you haven’t checked out the Top 150 Dynasty League Prospects, here’s your chance: 150-121, 120-91, 90-61, 60-31, 30-1. However,
Not much of an introduction here for Part 2, as we’ll just jump right into the fold. The only thing to note is that here is where the underbelly of the position rests, and it causes there to be a minimal difference between a lot of players on this list.
Because I was so verbose with the Top 150 prospects, and nearly half of this list overlaps with a list rife with commentary, this is going to be a shorter version. A much shorter one, in fact. Minor league drafts are likely coming up soon for those of you in