Here at The Dynasty Guru, we provide you with all encompassing information to better assist you in achieving world domination fantasy glory. A new series we are beginning is coverage of prospects that did not make our top 500 whom we believe have potential to be fantasy providers. Sometimes long-winded introductions
You’ve been following TDGX. You love TDGX. We all love TDGX. And every week here at The Dynasty Guru, I am going to be bringing you commentary from our flagship experts’ league, directly from the participants themselves. Today we’re going to cover all of the transactions made post-draft, including a
Here’s my extensive list of what to do about all the talent that signs with various teams starting July 2nd every year: … … Yeah. Nothing. It’s awfully tempting to get excited about these guys, especially if you’re a Cubs fan, as they’ve signed or are going
Bret, Ben and I are often asked our opinions on trades and on prospects, both here or on Twitter. We also get asked what we thought of trades that are already made, and we do our best to give honest answers whether that’s what the questioners want to hear or
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.
Because I was so verbose with the Top 150 prospects, and nearly half of this list overlaps with a list rife with commentary, this is going to be a shorter version. A much shorter one, in fact. Minor league drafts are likely coming up soon for those of you in