Welcome everyone to the August 2023 update to TDG’s Top 500 List for OBP Dynasty Leagues. This list assumes a 15-team, 5×5 Roto league with OBP for our batters and QS and SVH for pitchers. The list also assumes that rosters are the ‘keep forever’ dynasty format with one starting
Thank you for reading and please feel free to put anything that I missed in the comments! Jorge Polanco to Injured List (Link) Byron Buxton Suffers Knee Tightness (Link) The Twins depth is once again being tested. With Polanco’s trip to the IL, Edouard Julien was recalled and was inserted
As always, thank you for reading and if there is any news that you think should be covered, add it to the comments! Tony Gonsolin Likely to Make Season Debut on Wednesday (Link) Gonsolin was dynamite in 2022, firing 130.1 IP with a 2.14 ERA, 0.87 WHIP, and 119 strikeouts.
What’s up Dynastopians. We’re back! And if you’re anything like me, you’re kinda tired. I get it, and I see you. The world is moving very fast. So let’s slow it down and get to the obnoxiously long list of grown people who hit balls with sticks. Or throw balls
Whew. I can’t express how excited I am to share my Top 500 List for OBP dynasty leagues. It’s my first publicly available personal endeavor, so I’d be lying if I didn’t say there was a little apprehension. But only a little, and this won’t be my last Top 500
Hello and welcome to our prospect pièce de résistance, the top 200 prospects coming into the 2023 season! This list is a collaboration between myself, Greg Hoogkamp, Andrew Jurewicz, and Chris Knock. We had some fun combing through the list after combining our individual ranks, but I think it’s safe
Hi and glad you clicked to see our top 500 dynasty players for the 2023 season. The list is designed for a daily 15-team league, a traditional 5×5 roto starting 2 catchers with Wins and Saves (no holds), and of course Batting Average. Enjoy!
Welcome back for the top half of our pitcher prospect rankings! We hope you enjoy the list!
Continuing with our highlights of the league’s top Starting Pitchers, as judged by our collection of industry experts, below are the players ranked #51-130. 51. Joe Ryan, Minnesota Twins (Age: 26, PREVIOUS RANK: 85) The AL had such a strong rookie class last year, Joe Ryan didn’t even get a
As the dog days of summer turn to the heat of the pennant races, not to mention the quickly approaching end of the minor league season and several callups of top prospects, we present a late-season update of the Top 200 Prospect Rankings! While there are likely some ranks you