There are a ton of outfielders, but the ones at the top are more likely to make/break you. With that in mind, this busts list sticks with only the Top 30. For most of you, that means the players being picked as starting outfielders in 10-team leagues. It also means some of you are not […]
Category: Fantasy Baseball Busts
You should always be aware of fantasy baseball busts
Third base isn’t so bad, at least not as bad as some other sites have made it out to be. There are several 3Bs who could really surprise. Some might call them third base sleepers. Busts are on the other end of the spectrum and they get their name because they can “bust up your […]
In such a thin field, any shortstop bust is going to hurt a fantasy team in 2010. Of course, a couple players will outproduce their ranking too. These things tend to level out. But, how do we know which players to avoid in 2010? Let’s take a look at four candidates.
Truthfully, there are few second basemen who seem scary this season. So, you can expect that several of them will bust. More than likely, they won’t be the ones on this list either. That’s just how these thing work.
Most of you will probably spend a high pick on a first baseman and many of you will use an extra first baseman as a corner infielder or in your utility spot. There are many great fantasy players in the first base ranks. But some of them will disappoint in 2010:
Everybody should know by now that it’s likely Joe Mauer won’t live up to his lofty draft slot. Who else in the catcher ranks has the potential to disappoint in 2010?
Upside is all you hear about this time of year. “Pick the player with upside” has been written at Chinstrap Ninjas a number of times, mostly because it’s a great strategy. What isn’t discussed enough is downside risk. Downside risk encompasses the qualities we look for when determining busts. It is easy to spot — […]