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Again in Lieu of “The Sleeper and the Bust”
I said that it wouldn’t happen again. I was wrong. I’m terribly sorry. Terribly, terribly sorry. The latest episode of “The Sleeper and the Bust” will not go live in this post. Eno Sarris and I talked about streamers for the weekend as well as potential keepers you might decide to drop for streamers or to […]

SP Streamers for Friday September 19th
As always, Streamers are listed in the order in which I would use them Jose Quintana pitched a dandy his last time out, allowing 1 run over 7 innings while 

MASH Report (9/18/14)
• I am putting about 90% of my effort into the unofficial DL (list below). Remember to click the date for the most up-to-date article on the injury. Next Monday’s list will probably be the last one on this season and then I will wrap up this season and look towards next season. If you have […]

Flirting with destiny: Near no-hitters by inning
Jake Arrieta came close to MLB's fifth no-hitter Tuesday night before giving up a hit in the eighth. What pitchers have gone deepest into no-hit bids without ever completing one? On a night that two teams punched their tickets to the postseason, the baseball world was riveted by a one-sided

The Daily Fantasy Forecast 9/18
(Editor’s Note: Try our FanDuel Cheat Sheet with picks, sample lineups, and tons of sortable matchup stats) 10 days left in the regular season and the Angels are the newest team to punch 

Closer Report: Week 25
Man do I hate the end of the year.  People chasing saves are all into it, while the ones that are dead in the water could care less.  And let’s be honest, they were prolly dead in the water all year when it came to saves.   Please, blog, may I have some more?

The Superb Six (FanDuel 9/18)
(Editor’s Note: Try our FanDuel Cheat Sheet with picks, sample lineups, and tons of sortable matchup stats) We are getting down to the wire, the Angels clinched the AL West last night and 

Pitcher-catcher battery leaders in extra strikes
While some catchers are better at framing than others and some pitchers are better at exploiting that, we don't necessarily know who to credit. Still, we can determine which batteries have done best overall at getting extra strike calls. Dave Cameron recently re-raised the issue of 

DraftKings – It Ain’t Easy Being King
With roughly 11 games left in the MLB season, picking players to write about can get tricky over at DraftKings. Why is it tricky? Well for starters look at the Nationals lineup last night - not one player in that lineup is a regular starter. On the flip side it can help you find value in pitching, which is always a plus. Some guys you wouldn't generally use at pitcher become more appealing. The only problem with this for writers is we usually write our articles well before lineups are pos...

A Minor Review of 2014: Indians and Tigers
Welcome to the annual series: ‘A Minor Review of 2014.” This series is a great way to receive a quick recap of the 2014 minor league season for your favorite club(s), while also receiving a brief look toward the 2015 season and beyond. It can also be a handy feature for fantasy baseball players in […]

Waiver Wire: Playing for all the marbles
It all comes down to this. Can you squeeze one more win from the waiver wire? Our Al Melchior takes one last look to help you finish the season with a title.

They Hold No Quarter: Outfielders by BP Fantasy Staff
These players aren't widely owned, but they might be useful fliers for keeper-league owners looking ahead to 2015.

Free Agent Watch: Week 25 by Mike Gianella and Bret Sayre
For the last time this season, looking at players who might be on the waiver wire and are worth rostering, depending on the format of your league.

Upcoming Matchups for Stolen Base Streamers
I covered matchups a couple of weeks ago and last week for a few players who run often and aren’t full-timers but aren’t purely pinch runners. For fantasy baseball players who could use help that would in fact make a difference in their standings in the related category in short time we have left, these […]

Buy ‘Em or Deny ‘Em: Cubs’ Rookies: Should We Trust Alcantara, Baez or Soler Down The Stretch?
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Rookies are often difficult to trust, especially when fantasy owners are hanging in the balance.  The Cubs have given us some great ones this season, but let’s check in on three of the best to determine how they have

League Championship Series predictions
Predicting the LCS teams, pitching match-ups, and outcomes. My last post discussed my thoughts on what teams would make the playoffs and win the Divisional Series in each league -- for the American League I predicted underdogs De...

Fantasy Football Week 3 Sleepers: Tannehill, Floyd and others
Ray takes a look at some Week 3 sleepers that could help you win your fantasy matchup this week. This weekly feature will take a look at some sleepers, at each position, who could help fantasy teams win their weekly matchup. To determine the sleepers, I will be using the fantasy points allowed at each position statistics, courtesy of 

The Daily Grind: 9-18-14 – Presented by FanDuel
Agenda Starter/Relievers Daily DFS Friday Picks Table FanDuel has unleashed the World Fantasy Baseball Championship; a week-long, $5,000,000 celebration of Fantasy Baseball in Las Vegas! The WFBC has something for everyone, from the $250,000 single-entry championship, to the live $3,000,000 DFBC Final in Las Vegas. Remember to use promocode FANGRAPHS to get your huge 100% […]

Thursday, September 18th FanDuel Cheat Sheet
  For those that haven’t tried out our FanDuel Cheat Sheet we have Sortable-Downloadable Stats, Sample Lineups, the actual CHEAT SHEET!, over unders, park factors, and so on and so 

The Nationals Just Became the Syracuse Chiefs
The day after the Orioles and Nationals clinched playoff berths, Baltimore, at least, fielded a respectable lineup. Jimmy Paredes and Christian Walker look a little out of place in their order, but they are mostly the result of losing Manny Machado and Chris Davis. The Nationals? Not so much. Their lineup on Tuesday was barely […]

The Mariners' lack of depth has hurt them
The Mariners have three of this season's best players. They also have some of the worst, which is why they might be on the outside looking in when October rolls around. This article might be seen as an excuse to put another photo of Endy Ch...

Closer Updates: A’s, Cards, Nats, Phillies, Rays, Royals, Red Sox, White Sox
If you’re still checking for fantasy updates at this point in the season, you are either dedicated to winning the consolation bracket or ready to take home a fantasy championship. Either way, sit back and get comfortable. It’s time for some closer updates… Boston Red Sox – After pitching sparsely over the past month, Koji Uehara is back in action for the BoSox (26 saves, 2.56 ERA, 0.93 WHIP, 11.2 K/9). Because he’s a little rusty, expect Edward Mujica (6 saves, 4.03 ERA, 1.01 WHIP, ...

Get To Know Him - Jake Arrieta
UPDATE:Since his June 18th start, when this post was originally written, Arrieta has made 15 more starts, winning 6 of them, and even with 2 rough starts in August, never saw his season ERA hit 2.90.  We followed along closely in the 2nd half, and based on our scoring system, Jake Arrieta was the 40th best pitcher in fantasy baseball after the All-Star Game.  Arrieta is one of 46 pitchers with 70+ IP under the belt since the break, and of those pitchers, no one has faced less batters.  On...

Alex Colome & Christian Walker: Deep League Wire
An innings limit and suspension are the events that resulted in opportunities for the two men discussed below. Hopefully, you’re in a position where a good start and a potential extra homer or two actually contribute to your money spot finish. Alex Colome | SP TB | CBS 3% Owned After his last start on […]

Glen Perkins could be shut down soon
Closer Monkey - bullpen updates and closer depth charts from all 30 MLB teams, straight to your inbox September 18, 2014 Minnesota Twins – Glen Perkins has had an abysmal September, and Twins doctors performed an MRI on his entire arm on Wednesday to try to find out why. Jared Burton was in line for the vulture save last night until Minnesota scored a few runs in the eighth; he will serve as interim cl...

Week 3 Start Em, Sit Em
Many owners may come across some tough decisions this weekend while setting their lineups. Armando is attempting to make those decisions easier by providing you this week's starts and sits. Armando Marsal Fantasy Writer @Armando_fbguru on twitter Quarterbacks Start Em Jay...

Fantasy Freestyle: Small Moves That Might Matter by Jeff Quinton
Gaining a little extra value here and there can make a difference.

TTO Scoresheet Podcast: Episode 35 by Ian Lefkowitz, Ben Murphy and Jared Weiss
The Outcomes go out on a high note with a guest appearance from Scoresheet co-founder Jeff Barton.

Roto Riteup — Presented By DraftKings: September 18, 2014
Today’s Roto Riteup is being brought to you in heartbreak central, aka Oakland, California. I saw the events of the game unfold…I don’t really want to talk about it anymore. On today’s agenda: 1. Carlos Carrasco does it again 2. Thoughts on the Colorado Rockies catchers 3. Norichika Aoki is on fire 4. The daily five […]

Week 3 TE Rankings
Robert offers up his TE rankings for you to use when making your lineup decisions for week 3. Two weeks of the NFL season have now been completed, and injuries are depleting the players at some positions.  Luckily the TE position has been relatively unscathed, other than

David Wright: Early Look at 2015 Fantasy Value of Mets’ 3B
What do Miguel Cabrera, Todd Frazier, Anthony Rendon, Josh Harrison, Adrian Beltre, Josh Donaldson, Kyle Seager, Evan Longoria, Pablo Sandoval, Nolan Arenado, Matt Carpenter, Aramis Ramirez, Lonnie Chisenhall, Carlos Santana, and Casey McGehee have in common? When he was shut down, they all ranked ahead of David Wright on ESPN’s standard league 2014 Player Rater at […]

10 Stories From 09/17/2014 Box Scores: Carrasco The Ace, Rusney Castillo Debuts & More
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Alex Wood tossed a gem (6.0 IP, 1 ER, 5 H, 1 BB, 8 K), but the only “names” in the Nationals lineup were Danny Espinosa, Kevin Frandsen and Nate Schierholtz, as it was a “B” Team (or “C”

Alternate Baseball, Chapter Seven
Veeck—as in "wreck the historical timeline."

Fantasy Football: Week 3 Rankings, Waiver Wire and Trade Targets
The fantasy football crew at Fake Teams are here to help you win your leagues this season. Here are our Week 3 rankings, waiver wire advice and some players to target/sell in trades after Week 2. We hope we were able to help you win your Week 2 fantasy football matchups last week, and we are back at it in Week 3. Here are the Week 3 position rankings, waiver wire advice, and some pl...

Fantasy Baseball Stats: Daily All-Stars from September 17
Another day closer to the end of the year and judging by the top fantasy baseball stats that are being produced on a daily basis, the players seem to be showing no signs of tiring. We start with the star from one of the most offensively explosive games of the season.   Daily Fantasy Baseball […]

Week 3 Rankings

I Gotta Steve Something Pearce
Here's an example from your own life. You walked into a bar and negged the first girl you saw. Told her she had nice hair, then immediately asked her how often she dyes it. Never worked before. This girl laughed and talked to your dopey ass. She even thought it was charming when you told her to pay the bar tab. Went home, had great sex and the next morning she's moving some of her shirts out of her dresser, so you have room to bring a few of your things over. You tell her that's not ne...

Bullpen Report: September 17, 2014
-Welp. After just talking about some of Glen Perkins‘ issues last night, word came out this morning that the lefty is dealing with a myriad of issues involving his neck, shoulder, biceps, and elbow. What a laundry list. To make a long story short, the Twins’ closer is out until at least the weekend, and […]

Cash vs GPP Plays

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down For Week 3
  Did you survive? Week 2 of the NFL season was just like looking at your report card as a kid in school. You slowly,...

Bold Week 3 NFL Predictions
Written by Matt Bowen Entering NFL Week 3 the emotions running through fantasy owners run the gamut. From surprised to downright pissed Week 3 is...

“Perusing the Perimeter” Week 3 Blog

SP Streamers for Thursday September 18th
(Editor’s Note: Try our FanDuel Cheat Sheet with picks, sample lineups, and tons of sortable matchup stats)     As always, Streamers are listed in the order in which I would use them 

Exploring the Concussion Hangover Effect: Analyzing Swing Rates
Players exhibit significantly decreased walk rates in their first game back from the concussion list. Is this hangover effect due to changes in swing rates following time off the field, or is it something else? Baseball might not be the first spor...

Fantasy Baseball Keeper Strategy: Pay Attention to Positional Eligibility
As teams make their final push toward league titles, other teams are already building for next year. A number of high profile players are likely to lose eligibility at certain positions, so make sure you know who they are to gain another advantage over your leaguemates. While we are always excited to see players gain eligibility at a new position as fant...

RotoGraphs Audio: The Sleeper and the Bust 09/17/2014
Episode 167 The latest episode of “The Sleeper and the Bust” is now live! Eno Sarris and Nicholas Minnix on, among other topics: Derek Holland; the New York Mets’ 2015 rotation; Alex Colome; sources of saves for the rest of the season, including with the Detroit Tigers and Philadelphia Phillies; Nick Franklin; the Toronto Blue Jays’ […]

Daily SP Rankings: Thursday, Sep 18
So, who’s the better start: Doug Fister @MIA or Felix Hernandez @LAA? That’s what the rankings are for! (They also say Fister by a hair.) R.A. Dickey @NYY scares me because of the ballpark and the long ball, but I think on average this is an appropriate ranking. Tsuyoshi Wada against the Dodgers could be an interesting start as LA struggles against LHP. Vidal Nuno at Colorado — DFS stacker’s delight! For Wednesday’s rankings, click here. For an explanation of how these rankings we...

Working the Waiver Wire 9.17.14
These players all have great match ups coming up and will all be solid plays in your fantasy baseball playoffs, as most of you are now in the semifinals or finals of your 

Lineup Maximizer: Don’t Cross Cody Ross
Man, I have not watched a Braves game in a frog's leap, but lemme tell you, Freddie Freeman takes batting seriously. It is no joke when he steps to the plate. First off, Too Close by Alex Clare is his walkup song. Not a bad choice to set a  dramatic tone. What happens is Freeman enters the batter box, takes a quick glance back at the catcher and umpire, as ...

Week 3 PPR WR/TE Sleepers
Tyler offers you his advice on some potential week 3 WR/TE studs that PPR fantasy owners won't want to miss out on. Get them now while you can! Week 3 PPR WR/TE Sleepers As we come to the end on week 2 in this NFL season, injuries are starting to affect fantasy teams all around. With bye weeks approaching as well, it is my job to give you the best advice for u...

The NFL After Week 2
I exchange emails with myself to talk about what I like and dislike after Week 2 My esteemed colleague Brad Coustan is out this week, but that won't stop me from emailing him AND answering my emails.  Let's face it: I'm MUCH funnier than him, anyway.  So, here we go! Brian, Two weeks down into the NFL season and we already have a lot of things to like and a...

The Daily Fantasy Forecast 9/17
(Editor’s Note: Try our FanDuel Cheat Sheet with picks, sample lineups, and tons of sortable matchup stats) Welcome to the Hump Day edition of the Daily Fantasy Forecast for September 17th. We’ve got 

Taking a Closer Look at Starter/Reliever Pitchers
This should go without saying, but fantasy owners have to be careful with starting pitchers who previously spent time in the bullpen. As we all know, good relievers aren’t all cut out for the starting rotation. The ability to go hard for short bursts allows relievers to cover up deficiencies that prevent them from being starters, […]

Kevin Kiermaier’s Useful Splits
In his first extended stint of big league action, Kevin Kiermaier has shown a talent for hitting right-handed pitchers. To say a left-handed hitter can do damage against opposite-handed pitching is no new development, but Kiermaier has seemingly flown beneath the radar. The 24-year-old has made it into 99 games thus far and has accrued 336 […]

The Superb Six (FanDuel 9/17)
(Editor’s Note: Try our FanDuel Cheat Sheet with picks, sample lineups, and tons of sortable matchup stats) It was an eventful night in baseball, both the Nationals and the Orioles clinched their playoff 

2014 Fantasy Baseball: The Daily Double Switch for September 17th
Welcome back folks! Another beautiful night of baseball is approaching us tonight. Just a quick note before I jump into the content, be aware that since teams have clinched playoff berths you may see some young guys get more at-bats while the regulars get some rest. Don’t be so quick to just plug a guy in your lineup, always double check! Sign up at DraftKings! Weather There is a small potential for some weather in Oakland tonight, but nothing to concern me enough to stay away from the game...

DraftKings – Moneyball in the Fall
The commenters can already get going with the harassment. It’s 4 days until Summer ends, but as a sports fan, we all know that once the NFL season begins the Summer is over. Pshh! Details… We’ve already obsessed over wOBA and splits all year so we may as well just admit our Moneyballin ways ya’ll. What we haven’t fully admitted is our addiction to the aces. Well, Beanetown went all in with pitchers and traded away the big bat. I’m following suit today and spending about half...

Daily DraftKings Picks: Wednesday, Sep 17
Yesterday my Official Lineup came out blazing as Corey Kluber was dominant against the Astros and Wilmer Flores kept crushing with a two-homer, 43-point effort. Then Scott Kazmir, who was shaky but successful for his first couple innings, completely lost it and ended up posting a 1.75-point day. All-in-all, though, the Official Lineup scored 127.10 points and finished 1,358th-of-9,730 for a small cash. As much as I wanted to take Jake Arrieta as my second starter, I couldn’t find a way to j...

Wednesday, September 17th FanDuel Cheat Sheet
  For those that haven’t tried out our FanDuel Cheat Sheet we have Sortable-Downloadable Stats, Sample Lineups, the actual CHEAT SHEET!, over unders, park factors, and so on and so 

Flores De Los Metos
Yesterday, Wilmer Flores went 3-for-4, 2 runs, 6 RBIs with his 5th and 6th homers. With David Wright hurt, Flores has been playing every day. The Mets are thankfully still able to get Ruben Tejada into their lineup. The Mets said, "We've wanted to drop Tejada, send down Tejada or trade Tejada for a nickel on a dollar, but since we can't figure out the paperwork, we're playing him every day for the last three years." No Met in particular said that; all of them did. Why do...

John Holdzkom: a name to remember
Closer Monkey - bullpen updates and closer depth charts from all 30 MLB teams, straight to your inbox September 17, 2014 Detroit Tigers – After Glen Perkins handed the Tigers a win in the top half of the ninth, Joe Nathan’s poor command and Ezequiel Carrera’s defensive mistake combined to give it right back. After the game, Brad Ausmus confirmed that Nathan remains the closer, 5.10 ERA and al...

Bullpen Report: September 16, 2014
-Not a great night for closers in Detroit. First, Glen Perkins coughed up a 2-0 lead by serving up a three-run tater to J.D. Martinez. Not to be outdone, of course, Detroit’s maligned closer Joe Nathan permitted a couple runs of his own (two hits and a walk) in giving the game right back to […]

Week 2 Akountabilitee
I’ve been having some variation of the following conversation on Twitter a lot recently…      Me: “Start so-and-so over so-and-so” (in response to a...

SP Streamers for Wednesday September 17th
(Editor’s Note: Try our FanDuel Cheat Sheet with picks, sample lineups, and tons of sortable matchup stats)     As always, Streamers are listed in the order in which I would use them 

What Lies Beneath: Week 2 in Review
Analysis by Colin Heaton For those of us who play in very deep fantasy leagues, we know that finding players throughout the year on the waiver...

Daily Cheatsheet – 9/16
Recommended plays by position, dong predictions, weather, stack alerts, BvP, pitchers to stream… Our daily cheatsheet for today can be accessed by members by clicking the...

Daily SP Rankings: Wednesday, Sep 17
Cole Hamels, Chris Sale, Madison Bumgarner, David Price — there’s no shortage of must-start aces. As for the rest? A ton of guys rate league average or better! Let’s go to the rankings. C.J. Wilson rates well at home against a lefty-heavy Mariners lineup. Over the last two weeks the Mariners are 21st in wOBA (.289) and they’re 29th against LHP this season (also .289). In what’s actually the deepest day of pitching so far this season, we see 22 pitchers rate league average or better...

Daily DraftKings Picks: Tuesday, Sep 16
Yesterday my Official Lineup performed quite well, scoring 148.00 points and finishing 627th-of-5,750 in what was a day of high points totals. Pitching paved the way as Jacob deGrom fanned 13 Marlins in the early game and then Andrew Cashner outdid him with a complete game shutout. The Dodgers scored 11 runs as expected, though admittedly I hoped for more points out of the guys I picked, and unfortunately Bryce Harper exited after just 1 PA because he felt light-headed. Monday’s Official L...

One Man’s Trash: Storen Up Saves
I remember the first time I beat Blades of Steel on my Nintendo. It was a labor of love and the sappy midi-tune during the credits nearly brought my 10-year-old eyes to tears. Frankly, not much has changed since then. I'm still chasing that feeling of "beating the game" by managing fantasy baseball teams throughout the long season. It's the final push and all hands need to be on deck if you're close to a ring. Any player that helps your team win this year is a treasure. You can trash...

Phil Hughes: Major league number one?
Phil Hughes' resurgence came out of nowhere. How did he go from being a below average pitcher to one of the best in the game? Before the 2014 season, Phil Hughes' career was filled with inconsistency. In 2007, Hughes was rated as the

Top 5 Hitters 9/16/14
(Editor’s Note: Try our FanDuel Cheat Sheet with picks, sample lineups, and tons of sortable matchup stats) Top 5 Hitters for 9/16/14 Ian Kinsler vs Ricky Nolasco- .666 (4/6) 3 2B and 2 

Dynasty Fantasy Football: RB Rankings 1.0
Analysis by Josh Collacchi You’ve gotten DFS coverage at Project Roto, you have redraft coverage at Project Roto. What’s missing? Dynasty fantasy football. Not to worry,...

Streaming for Power
Power turns outs into hits, hits into RBIs, and fly balls into home runs. You have to draft for power, or you’ll find yourself behind in way too many categories. So hopefully you have some power on your squad and don’t necessarily need to stream for it now. But lets say you find yourself up […]

RCL Update: A Trout in the Pot is Better Than a Stanton in the Sea
I'll be honest, I really wanted to do a title about Rudy. After having a top-7 pitching week and moving into the top-10 overall, I wanted to kiss some a*s to the other man in charge. It was supposed to be "Rudy Comfortable", a play on Rudy Huxtable, but then Grey told me to talk about you guys and four girl readers. I obliged and started looking at the top-10 and the player rater to see what they have in common. The...

2015 New York Mets: Commanding Attention
Last second I changed the title from “Having a Presence” to “Commanding Attention”. If I were to talk about the team as a whole, I would have had to go with “Having a Presence,” but I’m focusing on their rotation, and well…they command our attention… It’s rough to be a Mets fan living in Minnesota. […]

Fantasy Roundup: Buying DeGrom in 2015
deGrom struck out the first 8 Marlins he saw on Monday (Photo: Since Jacob deGrom made his Major League debut on May 15 he has the 13th-lowest ERA, 29th-lowest WHIP, and 18th-highest strikeout rate (this will increase a few spots after his start on Monday) among qualified starting pitchers. For the first six innings on Monday he was brilliant, striking out 13 and only allowing three hits. In the seventh inning he allowed three hits (two of which were squibbers/bloops) and thr...

The Daily Fantasy Forecast 9/16
(Editor’s Note: Try our FanDuel Cheat Sheet with picks, sample lineups, and tons of sortable matchup stats) Can you guys believe we’re 2 weeks away from the end of the baseball regular season? 

Consistent bullpens and unicorns
Is there such thing as a "consistent bullpen?" In relation to one another, some have been far more consistent than others, but digging deeper, the waters get continually muddied. Bullpens are hard. Bullpens are notoriously difficult to evaluate. If you've spent any time at all poking around saber-oriented baseball sites, this is probably something you're aware of. Relievers are vola...

DraftKings – Tep That Esch
What a world we live in. Just a couple of months ago, me telling you an Oakland stack would be a good idea would've lead to you rolling your eyes, giving me your best Charlie Sheen, and ignored the rest of what I had to say because I was clearly not giving any info others weren't already doling out. YO GUYS LISTEN TO ME, KING FELIX IS A MUST START TODAY. Sheeeiittt, like we don't know a top pitcher is ...

A Bit of Appreciation for Mike Zunino
Fantasy baseball players, coming into this season, probably knew that Mike Zunino has shortcomings. Most of them have to do with his hitting. But some drafters were happy to target him as a dirt-cheap second catcher in two-C mixed leagues, for example. I wasn’t one of them. I thought that those folks were excessively ambitious. There […]

Deep League Waiver Worthy: Matt Clark & Aaron Hicks
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Aaron Hicks – Outfielder – Minnesota Twins Here’s a player we were high on entering the year, but he ultimately fell completely flat. He spent a lot of time in the minors this season, totaling 67 games between Double

The Superb Six (FanDuel 9/16)
(Editor’s Note: Try our FanDuel Cheat Sheet with picks, sample lineups, and tons of sortable matchup stats) We are winding down the season here with about 2 weeks to go, and still playoff 

Tuesday, September 16th FanDuel Cheat Sheet
  For those that haven’t tried out our FanDuel Cheat Sheet we have Sortable-Downloadable Stats, Sample Lineups, the actual CHEAT SHEET!, over unders, park factors, and so on and so 

The Daily Grind: 9-16-14 – Presented by FanDuel
Agenda Help Of Every Kind Daily DFS Wednesday Picks Table FanDuel has unleashed the World Fantasy Baseball Championship; a week-long, $5,000,000 celebration of Fantasy Baseball in Las Vegas! The WFBC has something for everyone, from the $250,000 single-entry championship, to the live $3,000,000 DFBC Final in Las Vegas. Remember to use promocode FANGRAPHS to get […]

Fantasy football trade targets: Week 3
Looking to make a trade to bolster your lineup? Here are the players you need to target in Week 3, along with a few names to sell high on before it's too late. Injuries stole the show in Week 2, leaving multiple fantasy impact players on the sideline and potentially out for weeks to come.

Kennys Vargas is Walking a Fine Line
I was searching through depth charts the other day, trying to find an interesting tidbit or interesting name. I stumbled upon Kennys Vargas. He was covered here by Scott Strandberg upon his arrival. Of note in that piece: he’s a large human with large power; also there’s a Big Papi reference, which was purported by […]

Nicholas Tropeano & Nate Karns: Deep League Wire
All good things must come to an end, and for the purposes of this space, that means this is my final deep league wire column of the 2014 season. It’s been a lot of fun plunging the depths of the fantasy dumpster with you, and I appreciate you joining me each week in our ongoing […]

RotoAuthority Unscripted: A Second Base Cage Match
This is an article about old versus new. This is an article about years of production versus what-have-you-done-for-me-lately? This is an article about season-long performance and predictability versus unexpected hot streaks. And I don’t know how it’s going to end.  Yes, you guessed it. This article is about Chase Utley and Luis Valbuena. I suppose a bit of context is in order. In the RotoAuthority Silver League, I entered the month of September (or at least I exited August) with a prett...

Starting Pitcher SIERA Underperformers
Yesterday, I shared and discussed the 10 starting pitchers with at least 100 innings pitched who have outperformed their SIERA marks by the greatest degree. Today is a look at the opposite end of the spectrum — those starters whose ERA has most underperformed their SIERA marks. This could be an early list of pitchers […]

Deep Impact: Week 25 by Ben Carsley
Examining a handful of players who might pique your interest in deep leagues.

Papelbon suspended, Soria secures first save since July
Closer Monkey - bullpen updates and closer depth charts from all 30 MLB teams, straight to your inbox September 16, 2014 Philadelphia Phillies – Jonathan Papelbon’s homage to Michael Jackson has earned him a seven-game suspension, which started last night in San Diego. Ken Giles is the man to own in the Philly pen for the next week — and perhaps thereafter. The Phillies have tired of Papelbon&...

Fantasy Football Week 3 Waiver Wire: Injuries adding up
Ray offers you his thoughts on who you should target on your league waiver wire if your team was hit by the injury bug in Week 2. Well, Week 2 brought us all kinds of huge injury news and it started pretty early in the day with Robert Griffin III...

Fantasy Baseball 2015: Paul Goldschmidt is still a Top Pick
On August 1st, Paul Goldschmidt owners were dealt a fastball to the hand as they lost their top draft pick for the season. Prior to fracturing his left hand, Goldy had 75 runs, 19 home runs, 69 RBI’s, 9 steals, and a slash line of .300/.396/.542 in 109 games.  If Paul Goldschmidt was able was able […] Fantasy...

When the Sparrow Sings – Bottom of the Seventh/Top of the Eighth
Zack is out of the game, but his inner turmoil doesn't take a break as he remembers one of the most traumatic moments of his youth.

Baseball Profcast: deGrom Shines Again
In Episode 135, Professors Adam Nodiff (@ANodBaseball) and Jake Devereaux (@DevJake) recap all the fantasy relevant news from around the league. Submit a question for the guys to answer on tomorrow’s show! Today’s topics include: Head-to-head playoff strategy The future of the Yankees’ bullpen Whether Masahiro Tanaka has any 2014 value left Jacob deGrom continues to shine A game of Real or Fake with T.J. House and Carlos Carrasco You can check out all Baseball Profcasts on iTunes...

Fantasy Baseball Stats: Daily All-Stars from September 15
Less than two weeks are left in the regular season. The head to head playoffs are underway. So, now more than ever it’s important to know who’s putting up the top fantasy baseball stats. Today, we got a pretty even split from hitters and pitchers, with one of the game’s more underrated pitchers twirling an […]

10 Stories From 09/15/2014 Box Scores: Jacob deGrom Makes History, Belt & Rizzo Return & More
by Ray Kuhn After Monday night, there is only more week left where regular season baseball competes with Monday Night Football. But don’t worry, if you were sweating out your fantasy football matchup right down to the game winning field goal, we have you covered

Marlins Announce Futility At DeGromicon
I'm going to look right in your eye and say, "I don't know where Jacob deGrom's coming from." Don't turn away from me. *turns your face by chin* Look at me. I don't know everything. I'm sorry. I know that upsets you like finding out that Santa Claus is really just a drunk man in a costume. I apologize profusely if you didn't know that about Santa too. It hurts me to ruin your naivete more than anything. Your child-like innocence is what originally drew me to you. Al...

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