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It can be difficult to draft players who, for lack of a better term, screwed you last season, but just like you and me, ...
by Clinton Ho in Featured Pros11 hrs ago
Welcome to another episode of the FantaysPros Baseball Podcast. The show is hosted by our own Bobby Sylvester (@bobbyfantasypros). He'll be interviewing featured experts and ...
by Blaine Blontz in Podcast16 hrs ago
MLB's Statcast can be a boon to fantasy owners looking for low-cost power potential on Draft Day. Sure, metrics that track barreled balls and ...
by Tom Whalen in Draft Prep16 hrs ago
We're gathered here today to focus on some strategery for those in AL-only formats. Only leagues are different beasts, with shallower player pools and ...
by Nick Mariano in Draft Prep16 hrs ago
It's often unwise to parse a player's full-season stats into halves, as the sample sizes are smaller and less meaningful. Having said that, sometimes ...
by Josh Shepardson in Draft Prep1 day ago
We held our first expert draft using our Draft Simulator Software earlier this week with experts who frequent our podcast as guests. When I built the ...
by Bobby Sylvester in Draft Prep3 days ago
Matt Harvey entered last season showing no signs of rust after missing the 2014 campaign recovering from Tommy John surgery. The owner of a ...
by Chris Bragg in Injuries4 days ago
Some might look at the 95-67 Rangers, who only scored eight more runs than they allowed, or the 84-78 Yankees, who were outscored by ...
by Alex Isherwood in Draft Prep4 days ago
Rare are the occasions where one is excited to pick late in snake drafts, but you've got this. We're going to select 11th here, ...
by Nick Mariano in Draft Prep4 days ago
Eric Thames has just spent three years dominating the Korean League but failed to make any real impact during his first shot at the ...
by Darius Austin in Player Profile4 days ago
Hardy is coming off a season with an average of .269 over 115 games. When healthy, he will slot into the back end of the lineup. The back spasms appear to be minor. Barring any setbacks, expect Hardy to be in the lineup on Opening Day.
by Trevor Grasso in Injury14 hrs ago
It's about time. Since rejecting the qualifying offer from the Orioles, Wieters has been a perfect fit for the Nationals lineup, one lacking in a starting catcher as well as catching depth. His fantasy value should be similar to that in 2015-2016, if not better.
by Roy Widrig in Transaction15 hrs ago
Wieters hit .246 last season with 17 home runs, 66 RBI, and a .302 OBP in 423 at-bats. Washington has a great lineup and Wieters will thrive with the players around him. The question becomes, what will the time-share be between former all-star Derek Norris and incumbent signee Matt Wieters. ...
by Israel Katz in Transaction15 hrs ago
Stroman showed no signs of the injury bothering him last season where he saw many of his stats, including ERA and wins, drop to significantly lower rate. He is poised for a breakout season in 2017.
by Roy Widrig in Injury17 hrs ago
Owners can breathe a sigh of relief, but this is still a condition to monitor. Donaldson has been a rock over the past four seasons, missing just 19 games combined.
by Roy Widrig in Injury17 hrs ago
Steven Wright had a breakout year for the Red Sox in 2016 finishing with 13 wins, 3.33 ERA, and 1.24 WHIP. His season was cut short due to shoulder issues. If he is healthy going into the season expect him to win a spot in the ...
by John Aubin in Injury20 hrs ago
If healthy Pomeranz should win the fourth spot in the Red Sox starting rotation. He had his best season last year but faded after the trade to Boston. He threw a career high in innings and also had an elbow issue which may have caused the poor performance ...
by John Aubin in Injury20 hrs ago
Hernandez is the projected lead off man for the Phillies. Last season, he had an average of .294 and an OBP of .371. His 11 triples led the majors. The Phillies will keep him in the lead off position as long as he shows consistency, but with top prospect SS ...
by Trevor Grasso in News2 days ago
Even with the second-half slump, Boegarts had a great season at the plate. He finished with a .294 average with 21 HRs, 89 RBI, 115 runs and 13 SBs. Going into fantasy drafts, Boegart is considered a top five SS and fantasy owners should think about grabbing ...
by John Aubin in News2 days ago
The Indians are worried about the three-years, 700 or so innings Kluber has put on his arm. Kluber has reached 215 or more innings the past three seasons and if he can't reach that amount again it could limit his fantasy value, but not by much. Leave Kluber exactly where ...
by Israel Katz in Rumor2 days ago