There have been a lot of zeroes put up on the board so far in 2013.
The Towers of Power Fantasy Hours is back after a 2-day delay
Clay Buchholz has rewarded Jason’s faith ih his first three starts this year.
Jason and Paul discuss hot starts, cold starts, injuries of the week, and witness Greinke’s season take an unfortunate turn for the worst during the show. Carlos Quentin is fertilizer.
Jason looks through list of players added in NFBC leagues over the past week and offers notes on a bunch that surprisingly remain unowned in many of them.
For the second straight start, David Price was not sharp. Then again, neither were most of the aces that pitched on Sunday.
There Is Always Trust In The Wikipedia. Jason and Paul review the opening week of the season and Jason Parks stops in to discuss his trip to Arizona and what caught his attention.
Jason uses historical examples to see whether pitchers with declining strikeout rates can reverse that trend.
Paul Sporer couldn’t go to ToutWars, but he sits down to chat with Jason, Mike, and Paul Singman about their teams, strategies, and drinks of choice at Foley’s.
With Tout Wars now in the books, Jason looks at the similarities and differences between that auction, CBS, and LABR.
I did not get everyone I wanted, but am still pleased with my results.
Jason is back and is joined by Mike Gianella as they talk about the depleting third base pool, Aroldis Chapman, concerns with Tommy Hanson, the latest installment of the ESPN top 500 list, Jason’s NFBC draft, and what the two of them have planned for their Tout Wars drafts this weekend.
Using data from recent seasons, Jason explains why drafters are waiting longer than ever to select their closers.
The Rays righty has become a popular breakout candidate, but there are reasons to temper short-term expectations.