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09-15

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Dynasty Dynamics: The Barren Land of Fantasy Backstops
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Ben Carsley

09-12

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The Buyer's Guide: Deep Minor-League Grabs
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J.P. Breen

09-01

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Fantasy Freestyle: Five Low-Minors Prospects I Like
by
Wilson Karaman

07-20

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TDGX Transactions: Let's Talk About Yulieski Gurriel
by
George Bissell

06-30

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3

Fantasy Freestyle: Dynasty Prospects: A Few of My Favorites
by
Wilson Karaman

06-23

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4

Dynasty Dynamics: Six Dynasty Prospects to Stash or Flip
by
Ben Carsley

06-22

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TDGX Transactions: Throwing the Kitchen Sink
by
George Bissell

06-16

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The Top 40 Dynasty League Prospects
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Bret Sayre

06-09

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Fantasy Freestyle: Evaluating the California League All-Stars
by
Wilson Karaman

06-09

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Fantasy Freestyle: Building a Contender in TGDX
by
J.P. Breen

06-09

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9

Minor League Update: Games of Wednesday, June 8th
by
Mark Anderson

06-08

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TDGX Transactions: Let's Trade Victor Robles Again
by
George Bissell

06-07

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Five to Watch: Double-A Hitters
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Greg Wellemeyer

06-06

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The Buyer's Guide: Minor-League Edition
by
J.P. Breen

06-01

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8

Dynasty Dynamics: Seven Prospects to Stash or Flip
by
Ben Carsley

06-01

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TDGX Transactions: CC Sabathia's Unforeseen Renaissance
by
George Bissell

05-25

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TDGX Transactions: Hello Newman
by
George Bissell

05-24

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Five to Watch: Low-A Hitters
by
Greg Wellemeyer

05-18

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2

TDGX Transactions: Investing for the Future
by
George Bissell

05-18

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Dynasty Dynamics: Rebuilding in TGDX, Part II
by
Ben Carsley

05-12

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Fantasy Freestyle: Prospect Tweet Bag
by
Wilson Karaman

05-11

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TDGX Transactions: Let's Make Some Deals
by
George Bissell

05-11

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6

Five to Watch: High-A Hitters
by
Greg Wellemeyer

05-04

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TDGX Transactions: Embracing Darkness
by
George Bissell

04-28

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TDGX Transactions: Oh the Places You'll Cano
by
George Bissell

04-20

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TDGX Transactions: Betting on Bettis
by
George Bissell

04-06

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6

Dynasty Dynamics: Rebuilding in TDGX
by
Ben Carsley

03-23

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28

Dynasty Dynamics: A Different Dynasty Top 101
by
Ben Carsley

03-14

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Fantasy Freestyle: Targeting Under-the-Radar Prospects for Rebuilds
by
J.P. Breen

03-10

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Dynasty League Positional Rankings: Top 75 Relief Pitchers
by
Bret Sayre

03-09

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Get to Know: Relief Pitcher Prospects
by
Ben Carsley

03-03

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Dynasty League Positional Rankings Continued: Starting Pitchers on the Ocean's Floor
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Wilson Karaman

03-03

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Dynasty League Positional Rankings: The Top 175 Starting Pitchers
by
Bret Sayre

03-02

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Tale of the Tape, Dynasty Edition: Andrew Heaney vs. Yordano Ventura
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Greg Wellemeyer

02-29

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Get to Know: Starting Pitcher Prospects for 2017 and Beyond
by
Ben Carsley

02-26

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Get to Know: Starting Pitcher Prospects for 2016
by
Ben Carsley

02-23

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Dynasty League Positional Rankings Continued: Outfielders on the Ocean's Floor
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Wilson Karaman

02-23

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Tale of the Tape, Dynasty Edition: Clint Frazier vs. Austin Meadows
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Greg Wellemeyer

02-23

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Dynasty League Positional Rankings: Outfielders, Part Two: 26-125
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Bret Sayre

02-22

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Tale of the Tape, Dynasty Edition: Gregory Polanco vs. Christian Yelich
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J.J. Jansons

02-22

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Dynasty League Positional Rankings: Top 125 Outfielders, Part One: 1-25
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Bret Sayre

02-19

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Fantasy Three-Year Projections: Outfielders, Part Two: 41-100
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Greg Wellemeyer

02-18

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Fantasy Three-Year Projections: Top 40 Outfielders
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Greg Wellemeyer

02-18

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Get to Know: Outfield Prospects for 2017 and Beyond
by
Ben Carsley

02-17

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Get to Know: Outfield Prospects for 2016
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Ben Carsley

02-15

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Fantasy Prospect Rankings
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Bret Sayre

02-11

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Dynasty League Positional Rankings: Top 50 Shortstops
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Bret Sayre

02-11

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Dynasty League Positional Rankings Continued: Shortstops on the Ocean's Floor
by
Wilson Karaman

02-11

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Tale of the Tape, Dynasty Edition: Franklin Barreto vs. Jorge Mateo
by
Greg Wellemeyer

02-10

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Get to Know: Shortstop Prospects
by
Ben Carsley

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June 7, 2016 6:00 am

Five to Watch: Double-A Hitters

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Greg Wellemeyer

Examining a handful of Eastern and Southern League prospects who are worthy of your attention.

Around this time last year, I started taking a look at prospects whose early-season performance had their dynasty stocks on the rise. While it’s awfully early to be diving into minor league stat lines, it’s not an exercise completely devoid of merit. You may well miss more than you hit, but last year’s early-June leaderboard mining revealed prospects such as Jacob Nottingham, Trey Mancini, and Cody Reed as prospects whose value was changing dramatically.

I hope it goes without saying that you should always try to pair stat line scouting with actual reports if you can find the information. To that end, you should definitely be reading the amazing work done by our prospect team: daily minor league updates, Monday morning ten packs, eyewitness accounts, notes from the field, chats, mailbag Q&As. It’s quite staggering how prolific they are as a unit, and how much my dynasty game has improved by soaking it all in.

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June 6, 2016 6:00 am

The Buyer's Guide: Minor-League Edition

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J.P. Breen

A look at whether now's the time to buy or sell four notable prospects.

Normally, I focus on the majors in this space and try to offer some thoughts as to why fantasy owners should buy/sell different players. With dynasty leagues getting ever more popular, though, it’s seems valuable to cast our gaze to the young ‘uns and place “buy” or “sell” tags on them, too—as the savvy dynasty owners are focusing just as much on their minor-league rosters as on their major-league ones.

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June 1, 2016 6:00 am

Dynasty Dynamics: Seven Prospects to Stash or Flip

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Ben Carsley

Examining whether now's the time to buy or sell a bundle of prospects who are off to hot starts.

So you’ve missed out on Ronald Acuna, Harrison Bader is gone, Dylan Cozens never loved you, someone snapped up Hunter Dozier in April, and even The Other Cody Reed is owned. It’s been tough sledding for you when it comes to grabbing the hot new talent in the minors this season, and your dynasty league’s MiLB roster is looking a bit thin as a result.

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June 1, 2016 6:00 am

TDGX Transactions: CC Sabathia's Unforeseen Renaissance

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George Bissell

Recapping the moves made by the experts in the TDGX experts dynasty league this week.

Welcome back to the latest installment of TDGX Transactions, BP’s weekly series providing fantasy owners with an inside look at The Dynasty Guru Experts League (TDGX), a 20-team (40-man roster) 5x5 rotisserie dynasty league. It is the literal embodiment of the phrase “deep dynasty.” It’s also populated by some of the most talented fantasy baseball analysts and competitors on the planet. In addition to taking an in-depth look at each week’s TDGX free agent acquisitions ($100 FAAB budget per team with zero dollar bids allowed) we will also break down every major trade, with perspectives from both sides of the deal.

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May 25, 2016 6:00 am

TDGX Transactions: Hello Newman

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George Bissell

Recapping the moves made by the experts in the TGDX experts dynasty leagues this week.

Welcome to another installment of TDGX Transactions, BP’s weekly series providing fantasy owners with an inside look at The Dynasty Guru Experts League (TDGX), a 20-team (40-man roster) 5x5 rotisserie dynasty league. It is the literal embodiment of the phrase “deep dynasty.” It’s also populated by some of the most talented fantasy baseball analysts and competitors on the planet. In addition to taking an in-depth look at each week’s TDGX free agent acquisitions ($100 FAAB budget per team with zero dollar bids allowed) we will also break down every major trade, with perspectives from both sides of the deal.

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May 24, 2016 6:00 am

Five to Watch: Low-A Hitters

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Greg Wellemeyer

These young bats might be years away from the majors, but they're worthy of your dynasty-league attention.

Around this time last year, I started taking a look at prospects whose early-season performance had their dynasty stocks on the rise. While it’s awfully early to be diving into minor league stat lines, it’s not an exercise completely devoid of merit. You may well miss more than you hit, but last year’s early-June leaderboard mining revealed prospects such as Jacob Nottingham, Trey Mancini, and Cody Reed as prospects whose value was changing dramatically.

I hope it goes without saying that you should always try to pair stat line scouting with actual reports if you can find the information. To that end, you should definitely be reading the amazing work done by our prospect team: daily minor league updates, Monday morning ten packs, eyewitness accounts, notes from the field, chats, mailbag Q&A’s. It’s quite staggering how prolific they are as a unit, and how much my dynasty game has improved by soaking it all in.

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Recapping the moves made in the TGDX experts dynasty league this week.

Welcome to another installment of TDGX Transactions, BP’s weekly series providing fantasy owners with an inside look at The Dynasty Guru Experts League (TDGX), a 20-team (40-man roster) 5x5 rotisserie dynasty league. It is the literal embodiment of the phrase “deep dynasty.” It’s also populated by some of the most talented fantasy baseball analysts and competitors on the planet. In addition to taking an in-depth look at each week’s TDGX free agent acquisitions ($100 FAAB budget per team with zero dollar bids allowed) we will also break down every major trade, with perspectives from both sides of the deal.

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May 18, 2016 6:00 am

Dynasty Dynamics: Rebuilding in TGDX, Part II

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Ben Carsley

An update on Ben's efforts to restock his dynasty-league squad with future contributors.

Back in early April, I broke down what had been a busy offseason for my #TDGX team and promised to fill you in on updates as the season progressed. Seven weeks later, it seems as good a time as any to review the moves I’ve made through the season’s early days, which include a blockbuster trade and a whole lot of small, unexciting waiver wire pick-ups. Yay rebuilding!

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May 12, 2016 6:00 am

Fantasy Freestyle: Prospect Tweet Bag

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Wilson Karaman

It's a bag of tweeter-requested prospect reports!

I opened up the floor on the Twitter over the past week or so to solicit some requests from readers on dynasty prospects who’ve caught some eyes in the early going, and apparently outfielders and right-handed pitchers are all y’all care about. So I checked in with other members of our prospect team to fill in the blanks as to whether the early-season performance has been supported by the process, and I’m happy to present a few names who’ve impressed scouts along with the statline-watchers.

David Dahl, OF, Colorado Rockies (Double-A Hartford):
Despite battling persistent injury issues, including a ruptured spleen last summer that sounds like nails on a chalkboard feels, Dahl still cracked the top 20 of our Dynasty 101 in the off-season. And he’s responded with arguably the best start of any top prospect still in the minors. He’s crushing Eastern League arms to the tune of .278/.371/.609, with nine doubles, nine homers, and 11 stolen bases in just 133 plate appearances. And the numbers, while obviously extreme, have at least something to them. Per Adam Hayes, Dahl’s showing plus-plus bat speed, though he’s struggled to consistently sync his hips and hands because of it. The approach and some swing-and-miss makes it unlikely the hit tool plays where it appears, though plus power (that’s regardless of Coors, mind you) is very much a possibility. Even at the lower end of his healthy projection, wherein he strikes out a bunch and only ever hits .250-.260, Dahl has confirmed with his early power-and-speed showing that if he can stay on the field he’s now one of the elite fantasy prospects in the game.


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George recaps a busy trade week and all the other moves made in the TGDX experts dynasty circuit.

Welcome back to TDGX Transactions, BP’s weekly series providing fantasy owners with an inside look at The Dynasty Guru Experts League (TDGX), a 20-team (40-man roster) 5x5 rotisserie dynasty league. It is the literal embodiment of the phrase “deep dynasty.” It’s also populated by some of the most talented fantasy baseball analysts and competitors on the planet. In addition to taking an in-depth look at each week’s TDGX free agent acquisitions ($100 FAAB budget per team with zero dollar bids allowed) we will also break down every major trade that occurs during the season.

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May 11, 2016 6:00 am

Five to Watch: High-A Hitters

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Greg Wellemeyer

Eyeing a handful of prospects who've taken a step forward in the early stages of the 2016 campaign.

Around this time last year, I started taking a look at prospects whose early-season performance had their dynasty stocks on the rise. While it’s awfully early to be diving into minor league stat lines, it’s not an exercise completely devoid of merit. You may well miss more than you hit, but early-June leaderboard mining revealed prospects such as Jacob Nottingham, Trey Mancini, and Cody Reed as prospects whose value was changing dramatically.

I hope it goes without saying that you should always try to pair stat line scouting with actual reports if you can find the information. To that end, you should definitely be reading the amazing work done by our prospect team: daily minor league updates, Monday morning ten packs, eyewitness accounts, notes from the field, chats, mailbag Q&A’s. It’s quite staggering how prolific they are as a unit, and how much my dynasty game has improved by soaking it all in.

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George recaps his own busy week, and the other moves made by the experts in this dynasty circuit.

Welcome back to TDGX Transactions, our newest weekly series at BP, providing fantasy owners with an inside look at The Dynasty Guru Experts League (TDGX), a 20-team (40-man roster) 5x5 rotisserie dynasty league. It is the literal embodiment of the phrase “deep dynasty.” It’s also populated by some of the most talented fantasy baseball analysts and competitors on the planet. This series, will take an in-depth look at each week’s TDGX free agent acquisitions ($100 FAAB budget per team with zero dollar bids allowed) and break down every major trade that occurs during the season.

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