Mar 03

2015 Reliever Position Primer

Aroldis Chapman enters 2015 as a consensus top flight option at his position, but do you want to draft him? (Photo: US Presswire).

2015 Reliever Position Primer [View the Starting Pitcher Primer] Avoiding the saves chase in drafts has been commonplace advice for some time. However – and somewhat ironically -you’ll likely be chasing saves during the season, if you pass on draft day. Additionally, regardless of your draft-day approach, at some point it is almost certain you’ll …

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Mar 02

2015 Starting Pitcher Position Primer

Sure, the last time we saw him Clayton Kershaw was hit around, but he remains the #1 pitcher in the game (Photo: S.tephen Dunn/Getty Images North America)

2015 Starting Pitcher Position Primer With offense down across baseball there are more fantasy relevant pitchers, and it is becoming increasingly common to see fantasy aces fly off the board early in drafts. In standard formats, pitching comprises half the categories, so acquiring a go-to arm and astutely building around him is encouraged. Still, depth …

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Feb 24

The Price is Right: the Brandon Belt breakout is upon us in 2015

Brandon Belt was able to produce 12 big flies in 61 games last season. If he stays healthy he could have a big fantasy season (Photo: 
(October 15, 2014 - Source: Christian Petersen/Getty Images North America).

Giants’ 1B Brandon Belt got off to a hot start in 2014 before seeing his season cut short by injury. Look for the breakout to resume in 2015, with the pre-injury data supporting a solid stat line on the way.

Feb 23

Week 19 Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire; Darren Helm

Chris Meaney previews Week 19 of the Fantasy Hockey season and suggest a few players owned in fewer than 50 percent of Yahoo! and ESPN leagues worth grabbing including Darren Helm

Feb 22

The Price is Right: Yan Gomes set to deliver value again in 2015

Yan Gomes swatted 21 balls out of the park in his first full season (Photo: Bob Levey/Getty Images North America).

A year ago this week I shared a post advocating for Yan Gomes as a solid value play at the Catcher position, with an ADP of C12 in early mock drafts. By now we all know Gomes delivered solid value on that price tag, and his 2015 draft day cost has risen considerably as a …

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Feb 19

Garrett Richards throws in the pen, gives hope to those looking for late round pitching help

Garrett Richards put together a strong season in an injury shortened 2014 (Photo: John Minchillo/Associated Press).

Update: Richards is slated to miss the first 2-3 weeks of the season and will likely ease into a full workload thereafter. Still, all that really serves to do is drive down his price – as an investor, you’d rather the Angels ease him in. If you’ve owned Clayton Kershaw in any of the last …

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Feb 17

Three Teams Staring At Long 2015 MLB Seasons

One of the best things about spring training when it comes to baseball is that every single team should feel like they have a shot to go all the way. There are always at least a few surprise teams in the game, and that keeps things interesting. However, the 3 teams listed below are going …

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Feb 16

Week 18 Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire; Anders Lee

Chris Meaney previews Week 18 of the Fantasy Hockey season and suggests a few players who are owned in fewer than 50 percent of Yahoo! and ESPN leagues who should be on your roster. Meaney is joined by Dave Pitman from the Fantasy Sports Network, where they talk four-game streams for the week led by Islanders rookie Anders Lee.

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