December 12, 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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A look at the fantasy potential of a couple of new Tampa Bay rookies.
Want to be caught with this man while going through airport security?
Reviewing his gaudy 2010 and looking forward to 2011.
News on players for shallow, medium and deep leagues.
A collection of small strategies for fantasy baseball.
A look at players of interest as the end of the season nears.
Starting with his recent engagement and ending with his All-Star caliber season.
Those who do not appear primed to finish the season on a high note.
That and a Bugatti Veyron.
Woulda, coulda, shoulda.
Whether to blink or not in a trade standoff.
Looking where you could have gone, or maybe did go, wrong.
The irony is unbearable.
Tweaking a near championship level squad.
Why the debut of Brad Lincoln excited some people more than others.
Try not to bang your head while reading.
Checking in on some outfielders of interest.
How much is it costing you?
Wash your hands and put on gloves, time to examine another roster.
Highlighting the hitters at opposite ends of the spectrum.
Shake well and the two often mix.
Keeping updated with the dynamic playing time situations of players across the majors.
Can fantasy baseball and poker combine like lamb and tunafish?
Catching up with the host of players with the common last name.
Two Bay Area outfielders who could make for interesting pickups.
As more fantasy leagues are switching to auction drafts, it is important to become familiar with how they work.
Realizing that the term "sleeper" doesn't apply in the eighth round.
Albeit with their arms tied behind their backs.
See what happens when experts collide.
My attempt to unclutter the cluster of outfielders taken from picks 50 to 70.
Not brought in through a blockbuster trade or big free agent signing, a look at what the home-grown Yankee left-fielder can offer.
Or, what do political elections and fantasy baseball drafts have in common?
Looking into a few pitchers people seem to be confused by.
Using ADP data and graphs to show which stats capture our liking.
Looking into a few players people seem to be confused by.
Every pick affects every other pick, which affects every other pick, which affects...
But I have to pick someone now!
How the Rangers' addition of Vladimir Guerrero shakes up their fantasy picture.
A look at a few pitchers who could have positive fantasy impacts in 2009 despite unimpressive strikeout totals.