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 Guru is
Keaton and Jake discuss the top 600 with resident rankings guru Jesse Roche. To all the fans of the pod, please rate and review us on your iTunes or Stitcher app. Every bit helps! League Transactions Josh Donaldson to Atlanta (3:00) CJ Cron, Tampa Bay/Minnesota (4:30) James Paxton traded to
Christian Yelich is making me look really, really good this year. I’ve always been a fan of the contact-oriented ground ball machine even before he was traded to my hometown Brew Crew. What’s drawn me to Yelich in fantasy leagues is the fact that he maintains a high batting average,
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
I’m not writing about Rhys Hoskins today because he is an unknown gem, because he will be cheap to acquire, or because he is under-owned. The Phillies’ outfielder is very well-known after he exploded onto the scene last year by blasting 18 home runs during an amazing 50 game stretch.
It’s Bold Predictions season all around baseball, where experts get to make crazy, out-there claims about what they think players could do this year. Be them busts, break outs or baffling, everyone’s doing them, and so are we. However, we’re not stopping there. We’re taking it to the most Xtreme
Imagine for a moment that you’re Domingo Santana. Congratulations, you’re a professional baseball player! Not only that, but you’re coming off of a breakout campaign where you hit 30 home runs in a full-time role for a team that finished the season on the brink of the playoffs. Life is
One of the best pieces of advice my dad gave me growing up was to buy off-brand. He would always say, “they cost less money, and if you look at the ingredients, they are exactly the same.” This advice can be applied to fantasy baseball too. Who are some underrated