By orleanscardinals at 8 April, 2009, 7:01 am
Fantasy Baseball Tips would love to provide player updates directly through our site. Until that happens, here are eight top fantasy baseball resources recommended for tracking MLB player updates throughout the season.
Note that while each site certainly offers additional content, services and information, the sites highlighted are primarily based on the ability to obtain fantasy baseball player updates on a regular basis.Read More >>
By orleanscardinals at 15 November, 2008, 1:30 pm
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In Yahoo fantasy baseball drafts, Lincecum probably went in rounds 8 or 9 and Lee may have gone somewhere around the 15th round. In one of my leagues, Lee wasn’t even drafted.
So does that mean fantasy baseball managers should push these guys up to elite status in their 2009 fantasy baseball draft? Not so fast. Let’s take a look at some of the historical data supporting this argument.Read More >>
By orleanscardinals at 19 October, 2008, 12:45 pm
Based off of Yahoo Sports’ average draft positions, imagine if this was the fantasy baseball team drafted at the beginning of the 2008 MLB season. Assume a standard 5×5 rotisserie scoring system.
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By orleanscardinals at 31 May, 2008, 1:40 pm
Just like the real major league baseball season fantasy baseball is a marathon. The fantasy baseball season spans 6 months of actual play and probably 1 – 2 months of spring training analysis and preparation. Competitive managers are always scouring statistics and looking for trends to take advantage of.
Time and volume are what allow fantasy managers to identify the numbers needed to make calculated decisions and the depth of roster makes it less likely that any 1 player will be essential for your season’s success.Read More >>