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
WELCOME BACK!!! Despite a scorching hot stove (I can’t believe the player you’re thinking of did or did not sign with the team you thought they would!), January and February can be some of the darkest months of the year (figuratively and literally). But fear not, restless readers. The Dynasty
It’s that time of year where we start to analyze the 2018 season and see what players are going to be climbing up or falling down draft boards in 2019. I’ll be going through position by position to find guys I expect to be risers and fallers, or the guys
Everyone loves a downer at the party, right? [Citation needed] We’re just a couple weeks shy of the halfway point of the 2018 MLB season, and now is a good time for reflection upon the season that is. It’s probably my New England cynicism that drew me to put together
Many dynasty owners will enter the 2018 season without much hope to contend for their league’s championship. However, it is a mistake to sit back and let the fantasy season develop around you. Here are four things you can do to improve your team for 2019 and beyond.
Austin Barnes is a talented baseball player. He’s an elite contact hitter with some pop, has speed, and is a strong defender. What’s not to love? Well, there’s reason for worry that he won’t ever reach his ceiling, and for reasons that have nothing to do with his talent and
It’s been a slow off-season. Like, a really slow off-season. With the hot stove frigid, fantasy baseball players haven’t had many ways to quench their thirst, unless they’ve thrown themselves head-first into football, basketball, or hockey. January and February can be some of the darkest months of the year (figuratively
I know what you’re thinking: “he’s a catcher and the catching landscape is so boring it’s Elon Musk’s right hand man at The Boring Company” (yes that’s a real thing, they have hats). While that is generally correct, the fact that he’s a catcher probably played a role in why