On Monday, we discussed San Diego’s Padres second/third baseman prospect Jedd Gyorko and what he could bring to the fantasy table if he could earn the full-time starting job at the keystone. Today we’re going to take a look at another kind of opportunity seeker, and perfectly enough for our
When we cover prospects here at the Dynasty Guru, we’re looking at it through the lens of fantasy value only. And this feels like a good time to mention that if you haven’t checked out the Top 150 Dynasty League Prospects, here’s your chance: 150-121, 120-91, 90-61, 60-31, 30-1. However,
In his February 19th post, our Benevolent Dictator Bret Sayre detailed what exactly you’d be seeing here at TheDynastyGuru in terms of content between now and the start of the MLB season. The bulk of the content would be carried by the series on “The Opportunity Seekers”. What will that
Things start to get a little better after this one, I promise. It wasn’t too long ago that 2B was a position that you could get real offense at. Now it’s reduced itself to a mud-slinging battle with SS as to which is the weakest non-catcher position in the game.
Today is Day Four. Over the next 28 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