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March 2017

Top 33 FREE Fantasy Baseball Draft Tools You MUST Use

By | 2017-03-21T13:04:16+00:00 March 21st, 2017|Fantasy Baseball|

Couldn't we all use a helping hand once in awhile? Especially if it's free! Something this site has become known for is tracking down great free Fantasy Baseball draft tools and free Fantasy Football draft tools. Why am I always finding new tools? Well, it's mostly because I'm always looking for help with my own Fantasy teams!

Fantasy Baseball Book Excerpt: My “39 Dirty Tricks”

By | 2017-03-21T13:03:18+00:00 March 16th, 2017|Fantasy Baseball|

Fellow Fantasy Baseball writer Benny Ricciardi approached me a couple weeks ago about contributing to his new Fantasy Baseball book, “The Definitive Guide To Fantasy Baseball.” Of course, I was happy to join in! This is an e-book (and paperback book) filled with great content by great writers, like Nando Di Fino, Michael Rathburn, Jake Ciely and Scott Engel.

February 2017

My 5 Strategy Tips to Drafting Catchers in Fantasy Baseball & 2017 Rankings

By | 2017-02-06T16:45:24+00:00 February 7th, 2017|2017, Fantasy Baseball|

Catchers are awesome. You should know this by now. But most people just don’t know what a great catcher means to a baseball team. The question is – do catchers in Fantasy Baseball mean just as much to their Fantasy team? You are forced to draft two catchers in Rotisserie (we’re really refer to Head-to-Head Fantasy catchers later), which forces Fantasy owners to dip deep down into a position that’s more known for defensive ability.

January 2017

Catching Up: 2017 Fantasy Baseball Changes You Need to Know

By | 2017-01-12T14:57:19+00:00 January 13th, 2017|2017, Fantasy Baseball|

While most baseball fans are still tingling from the Chicago Cubs World Series win in Game 7 against the Indians, there’s one group of people that have been waiting for Spring Training even longer: Fantasy owners. What 2017 Fantasy Baseball changes do you need to know about before Draft Day?

March 2016

2016 Fantasy Starting Pitcher Rankings: An Embarrassment of Pitch Riches

By | 2016-03-25T11:28:26+00:00 March 25th, 2016|2016, Fantasy Baseball|

While the 2016 Fantasy Starting Pitcher rankings certainly weren’t the first set of rankings you looked at this season, they are ones you’ll end up paying more than the normal amount of attention as the season wears on. There are reasons for this! Since Fantasy Baseball writers regularly expound on the great virtues of waiting for starting pitchers (smartly so!), owners usually end up working on their hitters first and foremost. Even if they do choose to draft a starting pitcher or two early – it’s still not several starting pitchers.

2016 Fantasy Outfielders Rankings: Jacks of All Trades

By | 2016-03-25T11:28:47+00:00 March 25th, 2016|2016, Fantasy Baseball|

In Fantasy Baseball, the outfielders position is unlike any of the others, despite having the looks of the other hitting positions. Our 2016 Fantasy outfielders rankings exhibit the differences you should understand. With other Fantasy Baseball positions, you’re usually dealing with mostly power hitters (corner infielders) or run producers with speed (middle infielders) or players you’re just hoping don’t sink you (catchers).

2016 Fantasy Third Basemen Rankings: Hot Players on Hot Corners

By | 2016-03-25T11:29:08+00:00 March 25th, 2016|2016, Fantasy Baseball|

In recent years, the third base position has thinned out just a bit, but you’ll certainly find that’s no longer true with our 2016 Fantasy Third Basemen Rankings. While it’s true that Edwin Encarnacion and Miguel Cabrera have defected over to the not-so-defense-heavy first base side, along with Ryan Zimmerman, there’s still no reason to panic!

2016 Fantasy Relief Pitcher Rankings: How Do You Spell R-E-L-I-E-F?

By | 2016-03-25T11:31:37+00:00 March 25th, 2016|2016, Fantasy Baseball|

It’s understood that our 2016 Fantasy Relief Pitcher rankings are likely going to change faster than any other set of position rankings on this site. It’s not to say ours aren’t good rankings, but instead, that even good closer rankings are subject to the insanity that is the ninth inning in Major League Baseball. Why is the closer position the most volatile position in sports, though? Why does this position, year in and year out, go through the most changes compared to every other position in baseball – and sports?

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