Using the Chewbacca Defense: Some Players Who Won't Keep It Up

It’s always important to distinguish amazing early season stats that will continue from those that won’t. Remember Chris Shelton? In 2006 his March/April numbers were the things dreams are made of, as he hit .326 with 10 homers and 20 RBI. He finished the year with 16 homers and 47 RBI. His is the epitome … Continue reading

Don't Pap that Ass if His Hips Don't Lie: Some Reliever Info to Consider

Closers are, without a doubt, the most confusing and polarizing position in fantasy baseball. Some analysts say don’t take any, they always pop up on the waiver wire (think David Aardsma and Ryan Franklin, neither of whom were their team’s opening day closers). Despite this, some others say that you need a top closer, as … Continue reading

Think You're Screwed? Some Fantasy Advice for Those Who Messed Up

So you missed out on a certain category or position on draft day. You needed power from third base, but your third baseman is Chone Figgins. You needed speed out of your last outfield spot, but you took Jeff Francoeur (who I happen to love, as shown here). No worries. There are always undrafted options. … Continue reading

A Dutch Master, A Baker… a Candlestick Maker?: Pitchers to Aim for in 2010

Be afraid, be very afraid. This is generally the mantra people take into draft day when considering how to draft pitchers. I’m here to give you courage (and a heart… and a brain!) Most pitchers are not hard to predict, the biggest problem with them is that there are the “either he’ll win me my … Continue reading

Don't be the Fighting Lincecums: Draft Strategies for Zombies and Aliens Alike

As fantasy baseball season approaches, more and more people are getting ready for their drafts. Essentially, there are three types of drafters. The first is the “ooooh, this Sunday?!?!? drafter. He (or she, if you happen to have an alien claiming to be a girl that likes fantasy sports in your draft) is the most … Continue reading