The NL screwed things up for a while, when 16 teams (more…)
Category Archives: Top 10 Misunderstood
When I think of a Leading Indicator I think of something that changes ahead of a change in results. Like when a player reports to spring training in the best shape (more…)
We obsess about Saves and Steals. The Closers chart is a staple of fantasy baseball sites, and while no one lusts after one-dimensional speed guys, like Rajai Davis, our special roto-sense keeps us on the lookout for these hidden gems who can help us make a move in steals.
Maybe the widespread discussion of VORP and WAR have straightened this one out, but once upon a time there was a lot of chatter about the (more…)
A lot of the analysis in that two-part Most Misunderstood piece on the Hitting/Pitching budget split (No. 9 (more…)
If you would like to catch up with the first part of this discussion read this.
So, hitters and pitchers each earn half the fantasy value in (more…)
I was writing this story today, No. 9 of the Most Misunderstood Concepts, when I got a call to be on Jeff Erickson and Chris Liss’s SiriusXM radio show to talk (more…)