He wasn’t Horace the Horrible.
Archives for June 2013
It’s Rule 4 draft day, but you still need to manage your fantasy teams
A method for calculating risk and reward
Reproduces the hitter Z-score research of the last few weeks for pitcher roto stats.
When you see fire, run toward it
MLB is back on the witch hunt, but there’s still daily moves to be made
Can somebody—anybody—do something other than walk or strike out? I desperately want to know.
Yasiel Puig, Brandon McCarthy and Jacob Turner are featured today.
The increase of the Three True Outcomes has reached dangerous heights
The latest in the business of baseball.
Michael A. Stein of Fantasy Judgment discusses a recent case where the Court rejected a trade in a league with unique keeper requirements.
This season is feeling a bit heavy on exploitable pitchers
Looking at the logic behind these deals
Yasiel Puig is bringing his light-tower power to Los Angeles.
Is Houston missing an opportunity by spreading its draft money too thinly?
Dom Brown had a month’s worth of home runs in a week.
It’s a new month but the same Grind
They’ve played at least enough games this season to make some silly assumptions
A look at what makes a game exciting