Congratulations on surviving another off-season. Now that the new year is upon us, it’s time to spend the next month traveling across the positional landscape, labeling players with numbers that correspond to their value. It’s the very definition of freedom. A ton of hard work was put into these rankings,
I’m all about originality when it comes to ideas. Like Justice Potter Stewart and pornography, I know it when I see it. And I saw it last week when TDG’s very own Ben Carsley revisited the preseason prediction he got wrong in an act of self-deprecation the world has seen
Dustin Ackley. Jesus Montero. Justin Smoak. Michael Saunders. This was supposed to be the nucleus of The Next Great Mariners Team. Ackley was a safe pick as a plus-bat second baseman out of college. Montero was the M’s’ No. 4 hitter of the future. Smoak would give them some much-need
When I was a younger man, newly enthused by the idea of scouting and analyzing prospects, I loved few things more than player comparisons. It’s a trap that many of us – even the most seasoned pundits – fall into on occasion, and you read about them all the time.
Before we dive back into the analysis, a few reminders about the context of the league, as it’s not a straight-forward format. It is a 20-team 7×7 H2H league that uses all of the standard 5×5 categories, plus OPS/Total Bases for hitters and Quality Starts/Holds for pitchers. The active rosters
It’s so close to Opening Day at this point, you can almost taste the Rangers beating the heck out of the Astros. And here at The Dynasty Guru, we’re celebrating the march to Opening Day by having every contributor come up with 11 bold predictions. Yes, we know that people
Not much of an introduction here for Part 2, as we’ll just jump right into the fold. The only thing to note is that here is where the underbelly of the position rests, and it causes there to be a minimal difference between a lot of players on this list.