Whether choosing to stream starting pitchers or looking for daily fantasy targets, knowing lineup splits is essential to success. The splits have similarities to the early season evaluation but there are some surging and falling teams to take note of in this July update.
Click Here To Listen Patrick, Keaton and Shelly are here to review the week that was in the MLB, talk hot or not, prospect stock exchange and of course the Top Podspect Topics Include: Promotions and Demotions: Andrew Knizner (8:15) Nate Lowe (10:10) Injuries: Luke Weaver (11:50) Forrest Whitely (12:20)
Streaming starting pitchers and decided on what lineups to target can make or break your matchup, and even season. Knowing teams platoon splits can help you choose lineups to avoid and the lineups to feast on.
Hello, and welcome to Prediction Week at The Dynasty Guru! Because Opening Day is only two days away(!), we thought it would be the perfect time to set some of our most bombastic last second takes in stone. Each day this week we’ll be featuring a different topic, and five
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
He we are again! Grinding through position by position, seeking players whose stocks are up or down. I’m running through position by position to find guys I expect to be risers and fallers, or the guys I think you should know about as you gear up for drafts and trades
Episode 57: The Doctor Is In! Producer’s note: This is one of the most interesting fantasy baseball podcasts I have ever heard! On today’s episode, our fearless fantasy gurus analyze and discuss some of the most notable injuries with Dr. Mike Tanner! Dr. Tanner has treated patients with orthopedic injuries for
Welcome to TDG top 500 OBP update, reader. Please share, join the conversation by commenting below, on Twitter and on our Facebook page. I’ll try to do a Reddit AMA, too. By now you have surely scrolled down to the rankings and I’m writing for pride. If you’re familiar with my
Everybody loves a good prodigy. The Bryce Harper/Aaron Judge types that burst onto the scene or the palpable buzz surrounding hot prospects like Ronald Acuna. Those players are splashy and exciting, fun to own and to watch play baseball. Their aura is so loud that there’s no debate about whether
The beauty of fantasy baseball auction drafts is flexibility and opportunity. Since owners are untethered from a draft position, gems like Mike Trout and Clayton Kershaw are in play for everyone; all an owner has to do is pay. Many theories have emerged regarding auction drafting, and most would agree