Dylan Bundy is no longer fun to read about. You can trace the history of ‘Dylan Bundy Reading Enjoyment’ in headlines over the past 3 years here at TDG: The Number One Prospect for 2014 Is… (April 2013), Early Injuries to Three Major Prospects (April 2013), Forgotten/Undervalued MiLB Players (October
I swear I don’t usually do this. At least not so soon. But this past week, I traded a ton of talent and depth to land Carlos Gonzalez. And I don’t regret it at all. I don’t make giant, franchise-altering trades very often in the first year of my ownership.
From the 21st of January to the 20th of February, the writers at TDG will be taking you through our rankings position-by-position. As I mentioned in the primer, this year we’re doing things a little differently. Instead of having my personal rankings up on this site, like last year, these
With the turn of the calendar fresh in our minds, I thought it would be worth discussing (no, not resolutions) which prospects would be happy to see 2013 return from whence it came, and welcome instead a new year and anustart a new start. Each of these guys had bad seasons,
Let’s skip the formalities/well constructed introductions. In my last post, I covered four of my preseason predictions that stunk. In this post, I will cover the other seven that didn’t stink. In this way, I’m able to abide by two Internet Baseball Writing rules at once: I’ve revisited a preseason
Now we’re moving into a category with some meat to it – and not just because a number of these names could politely be referred to as “plus-sized”. We’re not exactly in a golden age for the 1B position in fantasy, but there’s still plenty of talent up towards the
Today is Day Five. Over the next 27 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