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Gary Brown

Digging for Diamonds

In most dynasty leagues, you need to keep track of at least 300 players. In deeper leagues, you may have to keep track of 600-plus. If you’re in TDGX or a TDGX reader league, you need help and you need to know 800-plus names. This means that purging some players

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Bold Predictions

As I begin to write this, it’s still October, which means the statute of limitations on a HEY LET’S REVIEW MY BOLD PREDICTIONS FROM BEFORE THE SEASON piece has not yet come to pass. So, HEY LET’S REVIEW MY BOLD PREDICTIONS FROM BEFORE THE SEASON! The week prior to Opening

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GeneralProspect TalkUncategorized

As I’ve stated before on this site, I’m a firm believe in the Internet Rule that standalone pieces should not exist. Columns, much like reactions, must have equal and opposite columns. This is true even if such posts are as benign as my piece last week, in which I highlighted

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Bold Predictions

It’s so close to Opening Day at this point (12 hours!), you can almost taste the Rangers beating the heck out of the Astros. And here at The Dynasty Guru, we’re celebrating the march to Opening Day by having every contributor come up with 11 bold predictions. Yes, we know

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2013 Dynasty League RankingsUncategorized

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.

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2013 Dynasty League RankingsUncategorized

Today is Day Three. Over the next 29 days, this site will be dedicated almost solely to the task at hand – the 2013 Dynasty League Rankings. If you’re looking for background on both the content you should expect and the dates you should expect them, check out the 2013 rankings

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Prospect TalkUncategorized

Play started yesterday in the 2012 Arizona Fall League, kicking off another season of extremely localized scouting. For those of you unfamiliar with the AFL, it is an extracurricular league that plays for six weeks after the minor league playoffs have ended. Each major league team sends around six representatives

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