In mock drafts this year, I’ve found that draft slot and beginning strategy is not as important as it has been in the past. I can put together a winning team from virtually any slot while following any strategy — only 30-homer players to start, pick all but one of your pitcher with your last [...]
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In my opinion, Starlin Castro is the first shortstop I’d pick in redraft leagues. Troy Tulowitzki is awesome, but with a top-5 pick I either want a player who has a chance at 100-40-100-40 or a player who could get me 40+ homers and 120+ RBI and I don’t think Tulo can do either of [...]
Javier Vazquez is like a lightning rod of a player to fantasy baseball owners. There are certainly a few owners who will “never, ever draft him again.” Other variations on that phrase likely include expletive-deleteds galore. Nothing against Vazquez as a person, it’s just that he can put up phenomenal statistics one moment and mediocre [...]
Normally, I like to highlight rookies and prospects outside of the update, but there’s no time to wait with Eric Thames. Toronto’s starting right fielder, drafted in 2007, will be 24 in November. Thames is crushing it and far too available at 5% in Yahoo leagues. That means he’s available in a lot of dynasty [...]