Julio Rodriguez and Jarred Kelenic Hope everyone is being safe and staying healthy out there. I joined a new Dynasty league in late March with 16 teams, and 65 roster spots (30 majors, 35 minors) and decided to write about it in real-time. So you will be reading some
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 Patrick, Keaton and Shelly review the week that was, cover the key injuries that occurred, cover some interesting happens from the early goings including DRC+ leaders and Exit Velo, talk Top Podspects, and answer a listener Q Topics include: Ozzie Albies (6:10) Max Fried (9:40) Touki
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.
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
Episode 57: The Doctor Is In! Producer’s note: This is one of the most interesting fantasy baseball podcasts I have ever heard! On today’s episode, our fearless fantasy gurus analyze and discuss some of the most notable injuries with Dr. Mike Tanner! Dr. Tanner has treated patients with orthopedic injuries for
The History Urias made his major league debut as a 19-year-old and posted a 3.39 ERA across 23 1/3 innings with over a strikeout per inning in 2016. The following season he found himself back in AAA after a rocky start to 2017 in the big-league rotation. After a few