The nice thing about fantasy baseball is that you don’t need to worry about a player’s personality. Unless, of course, that personality prevents him from reaching his full potential.
If you have no idea what Steve’s talking about here, forget it. You never will. Don’t worry about it. But if you do, then you know exactly what he’s talking about. You’re of a certain age range and you became enraptured with Strat-o-Matic at a certain point. Your life would never be the same.
Dave thinks back on those APBA cards, older brothers, and the metallic ring of shaking dice.
Ben examines the surprising lineup shuffling that could make Tony Womack more valuable than Kenny Lofton.
Ben discusses the guys who just missed the cut in his pre-season position rankings.
Ben provides the rest of his list of the top 75 fantasy starting pitchers for 2004.
Ben provides the top 40 of his list of the top 75 fantasy starting pitchers for 2004.
Ben ranks the 30 projected closers and also offers some contingency plans.
Ben wades through the deep pool of fantasy outfielders and ranks his top 50 for 2004.
What starts with an Alex and ends with an Alex? Ben’s top 20 fantasy shortstops for 2004.
Ben helps you sort out the logjam at the top of the third base fantasy rankings, and ranks the rest of the top 20 as well.
Ben takes a look at the top 20 fantasy first baseman for this season and puts them in order for you.
Ben ranks the top 20 second basemen in fantasy baseball this season, from Alfonso Soriano to Mark Ellis.
Ben ranks the top 20 catchers in fantasy baseball this season, from Mike Piazza to Miguel Olivo.