My FanDuel lineups have been very up and down lately, but at least there has been some up. Conventional wisdom says to go with a top-level pitcher because they are valued much higher in FanDuel’s scoring system. In that case, it’s a Clayton Kershaw day, so you know what to do. If you want to […]
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Start pitchers against teams that have hit poorly against starting pitchers. Start batters against teams that have had poor performance out of starting pitchers. This isn’t a daily fantasy baseball rule of thumb, but maybe it should be. It at least makes sense to me. But Google “fantasy points scored against starting pitchers” and you are not going […]
Trying out this new format for the second day in a row. There’s a lot less busy work with this style. I’m not sure it’s going to be quite as good, but I did have one of my best finishes of the baseball season yesterday.
One of my instuctors in college suggested that great writers give more stuff with less fluff. The goal, of course, was to get down to what was really important and avoid the useless filler that doesn’t help drive the story, or the reader, anywhere useful. Well, I was always a better procrastinator than writer, so […]
Want to waste $8? Go to your closest magazine stand and purchase a fantasy baseball guide. Want to waste a first-round fantasy baseball draft pick? Take an outfielder. OK. Maybe that is a bit harsh, especially since fantasy outfielders are shallower than in recent years. However, there are a lot of potential diamonds in the […]
If you remember nothing else from our site on draft day, remember that outfield is not nearly as deep as you think it is, or as a lot of experts might have you believe. I conducted a recent ESPN mock and, as usual, I concocted a crazy strategy. This time I picked three stud 30-30 […]
It seems that everyone, at some point, references the “Good Ol’ Days.” Like how gas was 50 cents a gallon in the good old days, and how a loaf of bread was a nickel. Of course, no one really ever points out that hourly income was a lot less in those days, too. And that […]