Mike looks back on the team he bought in last week’s Tout Wars auction, and explains how he will gauge his success.
Mike adjusts his bid limits based on the latest injury news and the players’ Tout Wars price tags.
Mike Trout stands alone at the top, and two White Sox appear in the group of value picks.
A three-man top tier stands a cut above the rest, but there are five-category contributors as low as tier three.
Mike examines the merits of category dumping with two keeper-league scenarios.
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.
A slew of injury updates and a few uncertain closer scenarios take center stage in the latest auction values update.
Although 5×5 leagues are now the mainstream format, 4×4 circuits still exist, and they require a distinct valuation strategy.
Matt Kemp moves up and fellow Dodger Carl Crawford moves down, among many other shifts in this week’s update.
Mike breaks down the returns on recent LABR auction investments and puts a popular auction theory to the test.
Mike adjusts his bid limits based on two expert auctions and the latest news from around the league.
Mike breaks down his team and explains the strategy that he employed in an expert-league auction.
The second half of our outfield rankings takes you from Carl Crawford through Chris Davis.
Reader comments and a spring training injury influenced this week’s biggest adjustments.
Mike uses a sample of league results to evaluate whether owners can win despite mailing in a category.
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