I’ve been playing fantasy baseball for such a long time that I can remember when FIP and BABIP were both a Really Big Deal. It seems difficult to believe now but a few short years ago, fantasy analysts would simply utter a pitcher’s FIP and this was considered valid shorthand for player performance. BABIP didn’t…
Zimmer has been getting on base and running for the Indians, and fantasy owners are starting to notice.
Does a recently high batting average bode well for Arcia’s immediate fantasy future?
He’s running with an opportunity to playâ€”but how long can Taylor keep up this kind of production?
Garcia continues to produce well beyond his career norms at the plate. What should you do with him? Maybe just sit tight.
With malace toward none but stolen bases toward many, here’s Mallex Smith.
Baseball players look less lucky and more skilled than ever.
A look at several players who might be well equipped to sustain lofty batting averages on balls in play.
Wilson examines a few worm-burners who benefit from the glovemen behind them and a few flyball hurlers whose outfielders cramp their style.
How Statcast exit velocity impacts the future of fantasy baseball analysis.