Part Two of a week-long series discussing game theory and baseball strategy.
First of a week-long series.
What would a team look like if it always had the platoon advantage?
It’s a classic of early baseball writing, but is it reliable?
Sorry girl(s), I’m not talking appearances.
Some guys just fall through the cracks.
Mike says: Quit bad-mouthing the free-swingers—or you’ll regret it!
Is there a new edge to be gained in fantasy games?
And they can afford to.
But a youth movement is not in the cards.
To remove or not to remove a rolling starter in the ninth?
Our Tribe bagged a flag in 1965. Can they repeat those tricks in ’66? Keep the fans in heaven in ’67?
The British are invading the pop music charts. The long struggle for American civil rights is taking decisive forward strides. Are our Indians ready to make this their moment too?
Is our re-Rockified Tribe ready to make Chief Wahoo say, “Yahoo!”?
What if Frantic Frankie didn’t fumble the Rock and misspend the Cash?
A look into batter and pitcher strategies depending on count.
A baseball philosophy we’ve known since youth, now redefined and applied to Daily Fantasy Baseball.
Jonah Keri’s book on the Rays describes how a small market team tries to compete in the American League East.
Borderline keepers in a league with great keepers.
Here are the three basic principles you need to know for Daily Fantasy Baseball Success in 2011.