The Waiver Wire series kicks off with a look at some early NL assets that look promising, despite their ownership percentage.
A look at the rosters for a league composed of 14 loyal THT followers.
The team looks stronger; its division opponents don’t.
A list of rosters (and player dollar values) for each of the teams in the inaugural THT Fantasy fantasy baseball league.
A lack of big offseason moves means the end of an era for the AL Central’s dark horse contender of 2010.
Looking at some strong, but cheap, NL buys.
A look at strategies for drafting and disruption in auction formats.
Where to find help as you prepare for your league’s auction or draft.
Way back in November, Brad Johnson, Richard Barbieri, Vince Caramela and I projected where we thought baseball’s top 30 free agents (plus Brandon Webb) would land this offseason. Now that all those have signed (or retired), it’s time to see how we did and comment in hindsight. Here is the breakdown of our respective accuracies: […]
Updated rankings by position, plus a surprise for loyal readers.
How to price fantasy players.
As David Gassko noted earlier this week, it’s looking more and more likely that Albert Pujols wants more money than the Cardinals want to pay him, and so he could become a free agent after the coming season. Recent reports also indicate that “there is ‘virtually no chance’ the Cardinals reach a deal with Albert […]
An analysis of The Hardball Times fantasy mock draft, courtesy of the drafters.
The drafters talk about their choices.
Ranking fantasy players by eligible position. This week, the top 50 relief pitchers.
A look at the results from Sunday’s mock draft with various baseball analysts around the web.
Expanding my original top 25 players under age 25 to a top 35 list with a handful of “just missed the cutoff” guys.
Ranking fantasy players by eligible position. This week, the top 100 starting pitchers.
Ranking fantasy players by eligible position. This week, the top 60 outfielders.
Today, Bert Blyleven finally got recognized for being the great pitcher he was. It took fourteen years, but it’s always better late than never. Congratulations, Bert. In the long, traditional and tainted history of baseball, you will find few players who were as good as Bert Blyleven. A pitcher who spent 86% of his career […]