Ahhh… cold-weather bats are among my favorite types to target in fantasy. Simply put, scouts generally don`t get enough exposure to these players because they often don`t play as many games or showcases as their warmer-climate brethren. They also don`t play nearly as often unless they`re on the showcase circuit.
The prospect mavens have been working hard over the past few months here at the TDG offices to bring you some of the best consensuses at least in our opinion rankings of the top and not-so-top prospects in the game that will hopefully give you a leg up on your competition
Here are our 2024 consensus #11-#30 Third Basemen!! #11-#20 Before I start analyzing this very intriguing tier, allow me to set the scene. One of the things that holds me back just a bit as a fantasy player is that I like rostering players I just plain like watching. I
Welcome everyone to the August 2023 update to TDG’s Top 500 List for OBP Dynasty Leagues. This list assumes a 15-team, 5×5 Roto league with OBP for our batters and QS and SVH for pitchers. The list also assumes that rosters are the ‘keep forever’ dynasty format with one starting
The Triple Play is back for a sixth season! This regular feature is broken down by senior writer Phil Barrington and he is joined by a rotating panel of some of the best Dynasty Baseball writers in the business. If you’re new to the Triple Play, this series breaks down
Welcome to the PROSPECTS ONLY portion of our ranking SZN here at The Dynasty Guru, with the bottom half of our top 30 2B prospects list. There was little movement from the consensus rankings for this group after the debate, though several Guru’s felt Wenceel Perez has a chance to
This prospect rankings article updates my offseason prospect projections piece, making use of my research on aging and the minor leagues featured at ‘Scout the Stat Line,’ a website Ross Jensen and I co-publish.
With the signing of Seiya Suzuki comes the final update to my FYPD rankings this offseason. There are not a large number of changes in volume, but some notable changes to some particular players I’ll highlight below the ranks. While nothing really changed as far as a player’s ability goes,
With the turn of the calendar to 2022, so begins the MLB International signing period. Just in time, I’m happy to share my updated rankings, and add some of the prospects expected to sign in the next couple of days. You’ll see two of the international free agents high on
Background A left-handed hitter out of Toronto, Ontario; Black measures in at 6’2” and 190 lbs. A three-year starter at Wright State, Tyler put up an NCAA career triple slash of .353/.468/.612 prompting Milwaukee to take him with the 33rd overall pick of the 2021 first-year player draft. Prior to