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February 13, 2017 6:00 am

Early ADP Analysis: Outfielders

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Matt Collins

A look at where players at this position have been selected in the early batch of drafts this spring.

We have reached the outfield section of our fantasy positional series, which means we’ll be looking at the deepest and most robust section of any fantasy roster. In this post, as always, we’ll be looking at the early ADP Analysis from early NFBC drafts and looking at the biggest movers compared to their standing in last year’s column. Once again, the average round is based on a 15-team draft. Without further ado, let’s get to the players.

(Early) Early Rounds

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A look at where the six-spotters have been going in early drafts this spring.

Welcome to the start of shortstop week. It’s a position that is on the rise, and now has a good number of high-tier options. In this space, you will find everything you need to know about the early ADP data. First, we pause for a quick refresher. The following data is from early NFBC draft data, and the average round reflects a 15-team league. Now that the housekeeping is out of the way, let’s take a look at the big movers.

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January 30, 2017 6:00 am

Early ADP Analysis: Third Base

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Matt Collins

A look at where third-sackers have been selected in the early batch of drafts this spring.

We have moved on to third base week, with everything you need to know about the hot corner coming over the next five days. In this space, you’ll once again find everything you need to know about early ADP trends as you start your preliminary draft preparation. As a reminder, this is pulled from the NFBC ADP data, and the average round is assuming a 15-team league. With that housekeeping out of the way, let’s dig into this interesting position that appears to be on the rise.

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January 23, 2017 6:00 am

Early ADP Analysis: Second Base

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Matt Collins

A look at where keystoners have been selected in the early batch of drafts this spring.

We have moved on to second base week, with everything you need to know about the keystone coming over the next five days. In this space, you’ll once again find everything you need to know about early ADP trends as you start your preliminary draft preparation. As a reminder, this is pulled from the NFBC ADP data, and the average round is assuming a 15-team league. With that housekeeping out of the way, let’s dig into this extremely top-heavy position that appears to be on the rise.

The (Very) Early Rounds

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January 16, 2017 6:00 am

Early ADP Analysis: First Base

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Matt Collins

A look at where the first-sackers have been selected in the first batch of drafts this year.

Welcome to first base week, where we’ll have everything you need to know about the position over the next five days. In this space, you can find the second edition of this year’s average ADP analysis series. As I explained in last week’s catcher edition, these ADP numbers come from the NFBC data, and the average round is assuming a 15-team league. Now, with all of that out of the way, let’s get to the good stuff.

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January 9, 2017 6:00 am

Early ADP Analysis: Catchers

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Matt Collins

A look at where the backstops have been going in drafts completed so far.

Welcome back to our Positional Series, where this week you’ll find everything you need to know about the catching crop in 2017. Last year, we debuted our Early ADP Analysis feature, and it’s going to be continuing this year. For a refresher, I’ll be looking at the ADP data from NFBC leagues and searching for some trends based on last year. I imagine our audience is fairly split between 12- and 15-team leagues, but for the purposes of the tables below, the average round column reflects a 15-team draft. With all of that out of the way, let’s look at some backstops.

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March 17, 2016 6:00 am

Fantasy Freestyle: Analyzing ADP to Identify Bargains

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J.P. Breen

Based on where they've been selected in drafts to date, these players could provide a significant return on your preseason investment.

Throughout the offseason, the Fantasy Team has analyzed every position group in multiple ways. We have offered tiered rankings, three-year rankings, dynasty rankings, and various kinds of player profiles. We have even suggested players to target and avoid at each position, though that’s more of a compilation of individual opinions than some kind of overarching consensus. I’d argue that no other site has provided such a comprehensive preview, both in terms of breadth and depth, of the 2016 fantasy season.

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March 17, 2016 6:00 am

Fantasy Draft Rankings: The Top 300

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Mike Gianella and Bret Sayre

Mike and Bret unveil their top 300 overall players for this year's draft.

This is a list of the Top 300 players as ranked by Bret Sayre and Mike Gianella. This list assumes standard 23 man rosters with two catchers, which is why the list is so catcher-heavy at the bottom. If you play in a league with one catcher, adjust accordingly.

ADP is from NFBC ADP, and is updated as of yesterday’s posted rankings on Stats Inc.’s website.

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March 9, 2016 6:00 am

Early ADP Analysis: Relief Pitchers

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George Bissell

A look at where closers and setup men have been selected in drafts held to date.

Welcome to the final installment of our new fantasy series focused primarily on analyzing early average draft position (ADP) trends. The goal of the series is to identify trends in the data to improve our draft-day strategy going forward. The early ADP data referenced for this entire series, housed at STATS.com, is from 2016 National Fantasy Baseball Championship (NFBC) leagues, which are comprised of 15 teams. Therefore, the average round data is reflective of that league size.

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February 29, 2016 6:00 am

Early ADP Analysis: Starting Pitchers

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George Bissell

A look at where the rotationa arms are being selected in the early batch of drafts this spring.

Welcome to the penultimate installment of our new fantasy series focused primarily on analyzing early average draft position (ADP) trends. The goal of the series is to identify trends in the data to determine what we can learn to improve our draft-day strategy going forward. The early ADP data referenced for this entire series, housed at STATS.com, is from 2016 National Fantasy Baseball Championship (NFBC) leagues, which are comprised of 15 teams. Therefore, the average round data is reflective of that league size.

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February 16, 2016 6:00 am

Early ADP Analysis: Outfielders

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George Bissell

A look at where players at this position have been selected in the first batch of drafts this spring.

Welcome to the latest installment of our new fantasy series focused primarily on analyzing early average draft position (ADP) trends. The goal of the series is to identify trends in the data over time to determine what we can learn to improve our draft-day strategy going forward.

A Brief Position Eligibility Primer
The standard we use for our pre-season content at BP to determine position eligibility is 20 games played. Some league providers set their eligibility threshold at just 10 games played, so make sure to check with your specific league settings if there is any question as to where a specific player may quality in your league. Hitters are ultimately ranked at the position deemed to be more valuable fantasy-wise. Fantasy owners should remain cognizant of hitters who qualify at multiple positions, but instead of rankings them at every position for which they are eligible at, we have chosen to rank them only at the position with more fantasy value.


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February 1, 2016 6:00 am

Early ADP Analysis: Third Base

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George Bissell

A look at where the third sackers are being selected in the first batch of 2016 fantasy drafts.

Welcome to the fourth installment of our new fantasy series focused primarily on analyzing early average draft position (ADP) trends. The goal of the series is to identify trends in the data over time to determine what we can learn to improve our draft-day strategy going forward. This week’s edition focuses on the hot corner, which features a trio of the most electrifying young sluggers in the game at the top of the position, and a slew of quality veteran options as well. The late rounds are relatively barren, but not completely bereft of talent if you know where to look. Regardless, the sheer volume of insane talent headlining the position makes up for it’s relative lack of depth.

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