What can fantasy players take away from performances in the postseason and, particularly, the World Series? Despite the obvious small sample, the answer is not “nothing.”
How many would have figured what a huge difference Yolmer Sanchez would have made to a fantasy roster in 2017?
Where did we hit, and where did we miss (and where did we miss badly) in predicting 2017?
A talented prospect who never quite developed early on, Morton has persevered and improved in his early 30s.
Bruce hasnâ€™t posted a BABIP over .300 since 2013, and the shift is a large reason why. This past year, Bruce was shifted more than all but three players in MLB.
The value approach is what worked for me in 2015, and it is not difficult to see it working for me yet again in 2018.
He doesn’t steal bases as hoped, but Springer is a four-category star in fantasy baseball.
Judge’s ability to adjust bodes well for improvement.
Rockies pitcher has the talent and smarts to overcome that den of iniquity for pitchers, Coors Field.
What has Joe Mauer become since he’s no longer a catcher?
Kelvin Herrera, Aroldis Chapman, Seung-hwan Oh, Tony Watson, Adam Ottavino
Bud Norris, Greg Holland, Corey Knebel, Alex Claudio and Fernando Rodney.
Spend that leftover FAAB; you can’t roll it over to 2018.