December 5, 2013
And here's the full roster.
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About Paul SingmanPaul has been managing fantasy baseball teams for many seasons and writing for THT Fantasy over the past three years. He looks forward to competing in the Yahoo Friends & Family League each year (past finishes: 4th, 4th, 12th) and his first year in the Tout Wars Mixed league. He is currently a sophomore at UPenn and if you work in the finance or film industry and are looking for a summer intern, he wants you to know he's really great at getting coffee. Reach him through e-mail here.
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Putting his contract aside, let's see what we can expect from the Mariners third basemen.
This time, putting up the numbers of last year is not ideal.
You might not care that Gerald Laird was traded to the Tigers, but perhaps you should.
In fantasy leagues, there is no such thing as getting too personal.
With star left fielder Matt Holliday gone, how will the Rockies outfielder on the opposite side of the field fare in 2009?
Replacement level theory became big when applied to MLB baseball. Let's explore its applications to fantasy baseball strategy.
Checking up on the reliable, yet not old, Baltimore outfielder
Continuing the series, a review of the starting pitchers of 2008.
Ramirez has been great the past five years. I'm looking to see if he will make that total six.
The outfielders of 2008, the last offensive group left to review and a deep one.
Continuing the series, a more complete look at the first basemen of 2008.
Although it is early in the off season, in this article we will get drafting advice from the Joker, appropriately on the day after Halloween.
Continuing the series: Utley has competition.
Continuing the series is a review of the shortstops of 2008.
I've compiled configured the Average Draft Position from Yahoo and ESPN drafts. Download the files to your computer for easy access.
Following our review of catchers, we will head backwards around the diamond and review how third basemen fared this season, both as a group and individually.
A review of the catchers of 2008 and the position as a group based on preseason predictions and past years.
Should you draft middle relievers, even the best ones?
Alex Gordon, Ryan Zimmerman and Ryan Braun were picked second, fourth and fifth respectively in the 2005 amateur draft. How do they compare now?
A discussion about quitting in fantasy baseball and how seriously the game should be taken.
A look at the past, present, and future of Cubs starter Rich Hill.
With one week left in the season, let's see which pitchers are viable streaming options to help make up ground in Win or K races.
Upset about this season? Join Paul in keeping this simple goal for next season. (Warning: May be more difficult than it appears.)
An early and possibly premature look into how first basemen as a whole fared in fantasy (so far) this year.
A look into the Dodgers' now established, yet still young outfielders Andre Ethier and Matt Kemp. Plus, how they figure to be valued in next year's drafts.