Once February rolls around, I can’t help but start thinking about fantasy baseball. Sure, the NFL season won’t be over for a few more days, and pitchers and catchers have yet to report, but spring is right around the corner. … read more »
by Fantasy in 3 wks ago
This past week, we revealed 10 players whose slumps led to lower fantasy numbers in 2023 than we can expect in 2024. This week, we’ll look at the other side of the coin and lay out 10 players who aren’t … read more »
by Fantasy in Tue, Jan 30
With Spring Training and fantasy drafts just around the corner, it’s a good time to look back at 2023 to target potential bounce-back candidates. One way to do this is to identify hitters who suffered through an unusually brutal slump … read more »
by Fantasy in Mon, Jan 22
We’ve reached the final week of the 2023 baseball season. Whew! With that comes a lot of uncertainty when it comes to starting pitching rotations. Once a club’s postseason status is secured, good or bad, the level of variability goes … read more »
by Fantasy in Fri, Sep 22
We’re getting down to the wire, with only two weeks remaining in the regular season. Outside of the teams still fighting for a playoff spot, rotations are very fluid this time of year. Starters on squads already destined for the … read more »
by Fantasy in Fri, Sep 15
Schedules are more critical than ever this time of year, as teams with nothing to play for often rest their veterans to get a look at younger players and those they’ll need to make decisions about in the offseason. Rotations … read more »
by Fantasy in Fri, Sep 8
It’s September, and rosters are expanding. As such, starting rotations will likely see more changes than usual. Compounding the variability, teams out of the playoff race may opt to give some prospects a look, while the few teams whose spot … read more »
by Fantasy in Thu, Aug 31
This week, we lost another great starter for the season as the Angels announced Shohei Ohtani (SP,DH – LAA) tore his UCL. It’s been a rough go for the Halos, who went for it at the deadline only to see everything … read more »
by Fantasy in Fri, Aug 25
Daniel Vogelbach had one hit in four at-bats on Sunday, a solo home run in the seventh inning of a lopsided victory for Colorado.
Jeff McNeil went three for five with a run and two RBI in the Mets' 13-6 drubbing at the hands of the Rockies on Sunday.
Joey Lucchesi allowed three runs off four hits and three walks while striking out four in the Mets' loss to the Rockies on Sunday.
Tylor Megill dropped to 3-2 after allowing three runs off six hits and three walks to the Rockies on Saturday. Megill struck out four in the losing effort.
Adam Ottavino threw a scoreless ninth inning with one strikeout to earn his fourth save in the Mets' 1-0 victory over Colorado on Friday.
Kodai Senga won his fourth game of the year on Friday after shutting the Rockies out over six innings. Senga allowed only two hits and walked and struck out four.
Brandon Nimmo went two for three with a walk, double, HR, RBI, and run scored in the Mets' victory over the Rockies on Friday. Nimmo's HR was the only run scored in the game.
Justin Verlander lost his first game as a Met despite pitching relatively well. Verlander allowed two runs over five innings, striking out five Tigers. Unfortunately, the Mets' offense didn't provide any run support.
Francisco Lindor went two-for-eight with a home run, run, and two RBI in the Mets' doubleheader on Wednesday.
Mark Canha went two-for-seven with a home run, run, and RBI in the Mets' two losses to the Tigers in their doubleheader on Wednesday.