Josh Shepardson

Josh Shepardson

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Josh is a savvy, grizzled veteran in the realm of make-believe sports. He's thoroughly experienced playing in season-long re-draft leagues, keeper formats and daily games. His fantasy advice for baseball and football has been found at many locations around the internet. He's finished in the top 10 accuracy scores among experts here, at Fantasy Pros, in three of four years competing with his colleagues including a first-place finish in 2012.


Articles From Josh

If it seems like stolen bases are hard to come by, they're certainly harder to come by than in previous years. Stolen bases are a tough commodity to come by because teams are running less frequently....

Outfield is a position that features a little bit of everything. If you need thump, speed, batting average or run production, you can find it in the outfield. Some players offer more balanced...

Catcher is ugly. Gary Sanchez added a jolt of life to the position, and I'm a believer in his stick, so you won't see him included in the busts. Buster Posey's power and average were down from...

Shortstop isn't the sinkhole it was in recent years. An influx of talent, as well as Manny Machado gaining shortstop eligibility, has added top-end talent to the player pool while also extending...

Third base is loaded at the top with a quartet of players featuring a top-10 ECR. One member of that quartet stands out as a bit overrated, and he makes the busts cut despite being an elite talent....

The keystone position was once one lacking in depth. This year, that's not the case. As a result, I see little reason to pay a position scarcity markup for some of the guys ranked in the top-70...

It's fantasy baseball draft prep season, and that means an abundance of articles using ambiguous terms or phrases such as sleeper, breakout player and, the subject of this article, position scarcity....

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 a player's second-half surge or face plant...

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