May 21, 2013
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Which players to put on ice?
The Doctor's offseason begins.
There are always more than two to consider.
How to play for the future.
Skewed strategies don't always blossom in strange leagues
Please, please, it is mean reversion.
Just a few starters can lead to disaster
Jimenez and Latos are discount goods
Take two-for-one and call me in the morning
A patient scrambles for relievers
Undoing an extreme draft strategy
On lock-ins, not lock-outs.
A look at my home league draft.
Existential questions about Flushing's favorite sons.
Borderline keepers in a league with great keepers.
The Doctor is back with a look at keepers
Don't spend your time and energy worrying about upside or downside
Don't hate me yet.
No, this is not April Fools.
Things could only get better, unfortunately.
I look back over my season and shake my head.
There are so many top-20 pitchers this year.
How many pitchers tgo keep?
Trading your future for a brighter today.
What the blockbusters can teach us
The doctor does the rounds on the DL.
A patient with slugging and OBP problems.
They're not so different.
Stretch your flexibility out.
Some gifts are better left unopened.
Considering a swap of David Price for Justin Upton.
My take on the great quant debate.
A team's stars lie within itself.
Itching to use what you're endowed with?
House call for Carlos Quentin
Much fantasy pedantry is misplaced.
The doctor examines an interesting strategy.
There's no free lunch with a side of Frasor.
The next big thing is a surer thing.
So many questions lead to only two answers.
Fantasy Econ 201
A look into my home league draft.
To thine own evaluations be true.
Work backward, think forward.
Playing doctor always helps.
What mostly matters is how much wood WILL the woodchuck chuck.
A player's trade value is a lot less than you think.
Some stocking stuffers for relaxed leagues
A pitcher's ace status is irrelevant.
Don't let your gurus abuse language.
A little self-abuse never hurt anyone.
First, heal thyself.
What's Werth worth?
And I didn't sleep in a hotel last night.
What types of players are sentimental owners interested in?
Certain things about wins are predictable.
The doctor diagnoses keepers.
In fantasy baseball, the pursuit of happiness comes before liberty.
Diagnosing some trades.
Why give you hope when I can spread fear? Eleven players who are set to take a dive in the second half.
The pros and cons of revealing trade negotiations to other players
Middle infielders—nay. Corner infielders—hurray!
What to consider before leaving all your relief pitchers on the side of the curb.
A new Roster Doctor.
By June, pretty lucky.
Another edition of the Roster Doctor.
Another installment of Roster Doctor.
Early season update.
Another look at a fantasy player's roster.
Need a save? Pick the closer that's sleeping in a hotel bed.
Another look at a fantasy player's roster.
Go ahead, do your worst
The Empire strikes back?
The latest advice on what to do with a fantasy baseball roster.
Hint: It is easier to find position scarcity than you think.
An introduction to a tier-based draft strategy.
Why you need to be careful with upside-only players
Free saves are like free lunches
On Listening to the Experts (Part 1)
If the numbers don't add up, then you must recompute.
How many points is a home run worth?
What are the relative merits of a points league versus a rotisserie league?
"I’m playin’ for keeps
This time it’s real
And I want you to know
Exactly how I feel" - Elvis
Don't forget to think about rules for the end of the season before the season starts.
Picking rules for your league doesn't have to be hard, but be sure to think through each rule's consequences.
Every time you make a trade, you bargain. Here's a little about who gets the better of the deal.