What are you saving your free agent dollars for?…
When you see fire, run toward it
Trading a stud playing out of his head is tough but wise.
Balancing need and value when shopping on the waiver wire
With new names among the fantasy elite, which will still be there at the end?
I worked from home today, which meant a consistent stream of sports news outlets streaming in the background for many hours. As such, I was subject to incessant chatter about the back-end bullpen situation for the Detroit Tigers. Normally when we think about the detrimental effects of the 24-hour cable news cycle, we apply it […]
Avoiding some common strategic pitfalls when dealing with a detrimental injury
Hot starts I’m buying into and some I’m not
Some cold starts that concern me, and some that don’t.
Ranking those most likely to inherit closer jobs
Many adopt a don’t-pay-for-saves approach. but that can be an oversimplification.
In an auction, you vote with your dollars, so weigh in when your opinions are strongest
The Rockies probably can’t scale the mountain in 2013, but they can map a route for later
2012 was a tale of two halves for Ike Davis. Which Davis will we see in 2013?
Rehab for a league with way too many scoring categories
On the annual debate of who to take first overall in a fantasy draft
The strategic implications of having the first or last ordered pick in a snake draft
How moves to new teams will impact a batch of fantasy-relevant players
Some marquis names have changed teams; does this help our hurt their fantasy value?
A small change in league design can make a big difference to user experience