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 BACK!!! 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, moreso for you Astros and Sawks fans
Let’s play a game: what do Brian Dozier, Rougned Odor, Andrelton Simmons, Jonathan Schoop, Jose Ramirez, Paul Dejong, Max Kepler, Travis Shaw, Randal Grichuk, and Sal Perez have in common?
I know it’s early for some to be thinking about whether to phone it in for the year or go for the title. But this series is going to span over a few weeks so I figured I’d start it now and then, as the title suggests, you can use
We’re here! OPENING DAY. Felt like forever. Now that we know who made their respective MLB rosters, and those who didn’t, I’ve got a fantasy sleeper for each division. As a baseline, All of these guys are pulled from the outside the top 200 picks, based on Fantrax ADP.
I’ll be debuting a series of articles during our ranking season to discuss some of the more interesting batted ball profiles for young (mostly) offensive players, position by position. These will include players who have made substantial changes as well as notable players who have not – we’re looking at
1) Jose Altuve, Houston Astros, (Age: 29, Previous Rank: 1) Playing through injury to end the season, Altuve’s overall numbers took a small step back in 2018, most notably in his steals total. Altuve failed to reach 30 steals for the first time in his career. Hopefully you listened to
Players fall off the map every year. Some declines we see coming; some we don’t. After being aggressively drafted back in the spring, the following players have all experienced sickening declines in value in the season’s first half. The extent of each player’s depreciation is probably beyond what even the
It’s been a slow off-season. Like, a really slow off-season. With the hot stove frigid, fantasy baseball players haven’t had many ways to quench their thirst, unless they’ve thrown themselves head-first into football, basketball, or hockey. January and February can be some of the darkest months of the year (figuratively