Tag Archives: Mike Trout

The Verdict: Be Aware of Panic Trades

After weeks and months of draft preparation, the first week of the fantasy baseball season is now in the books.  Some people are reveling in their glory of seeing their draft strategies come to fruition while others are already in panic mode as their players have flopped or gotten injured.  The truth is that the […]

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Fantasy Baseball: Mock Draft Review (March 15, 2013 – RotoWire Mock Draft Army)

On March 15, 2013, I participated in my second mock draft as part of the Mock Draft Army assembled by Howard Bender from Rotobuzzguy.com. This time, it was a 15-team mixed AL/NL 5×5 roto league, so rosters are not as loaded as they typically are in 12-team leagues. It was also only 21 rounds so […]

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Fantasy Baseball Rankings – Outfielders (Part 1)

Fantasy Baseball Rankings – Outfielders (Part 1) By: Kyle Brown (@CavghtLooking) My outfield rankings will be in two parts. The first will be my top 36 outfielders. Most leagues have twelve managers and three starting outfielders, so 36 seemed like an appropriate number. The second part will rank players that provide value as 4th or […]

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The Verdict: Don’t Mock the Mock Draft – Part 2

Pitchers are catchers have reported to spring training so fantasy baseball season is officially here.  That means you are likely preparing for one or more drafts within the next month and a half.  Last year, I wrote about the benefits of doing mock drafts as part of the preparation for your own fantasy baseball league drafts.  […]

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Passing Judgment: How to Improve Fantasy Baseball Roto Leagues

I will admit that I have been openly critical of rotisserie-style (“roto”) fantasy baseball leagues over the past few years.  Personally I believe that head-to-head points league better reflect a player’s true intrinsic value.  But, I recognize that most fantasy baseball leagues are roto – meaning there are a set number of offensive and pitching […]

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Fantasy Baseball – 2012 Positional Awards

With the 2012 MLB regular season now in the rearview mirror, I wanted to take a look back and break down the best fantasy players for each position in both leagues.  Like most years, there are some players that matched or exceeded expectations heading into the draft.  But there were also some players that came […]

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Passing Judgment – MLB 1st Half Awards

With the All-Star Game now in our rearview mirror, we can now truly reflect on the first half of the season.  When you look at the standings, there are teams in positions that no one in their right mind could have or would have predicted.  The fact that the Yankees and Rangers sit atop their […]

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