The 2020 season is just about upon us, and TDG ranking SZN is almost concluded. So far the incredible rankings team of 26 writers has ranked and written up more than 600 players. Now that all the positional rankings have been completed and released, that just leaves one left: The
WELCOME! Our brave group of writers has been ranking, debating, re-ranking, re-debating, and re-re-ranking over 600 players for dynasty leagues. The fruits of our efforts will be filling January and February with the deepest, most thoroughly and painstakingly selected dynasty baseball rankings on the internet. We have top-40s, top-50s, top-125s,
Click Here To Listen Keaton, Shelly, and Adam are in the house to talk about the news and notes from around the league, injuries/call ups and the week that was in the MiLB and of course the Top Podspect. Topics Include: Signings/Call ups/Demotions Tyler O’Neil (5:35) Tyler Beebe (6:30) Nick
Click here To Lisen Debut! Vlad Jr (3:45) Signings/Call ups/Demotions Gio Gonzalez (7:25) Griff Canning (9:20) Carter Keiboom (12:05) Justus Sheffield (16:00) Luis Rengifo (16:00) Injuries: Jordan Zimmermann (17:05) Cody Allen/Ty Buttry (17:10) Trevor Rosenthol (18:00) Zack Cozart (18:00) Clint Frazier (18:15) Joey Wendle (19:00) Carlos Martinez (19:05) Austin Meadows
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
Bauer will out longer than most expect. Why I’m worried for James Paxton’s UCL despite positive reports. Aaron Judge isn’t close and Jose Altuve may be in/out of the lineup for the rest of the season.
Last year was the year of the home run, causing ripples through the entire fantasy landscape. Unsurprisingly, this had quite the effect on pitchers, although it’s been less talked about than the hitter side of things. What should fantasy owners do, if anything, about this trend?
Flags fly forever. We play fantasy baseball to win our leagues, not to just put together a consistent, above-average team. However, we all are working off similar rankings with essentially equal resources (draft picks, etc) to apply to those rankings. If you select a team based purely off rankings competing