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Early 2020 ADP Reflections - Third Base

Fantasy Baseball Advice - An Early Look at 2014 Drafts

It's the last week of baseball's regular season, and fantasy baseball is winding down, as well.  But here at RotoBaller, it’s never too early to start looking toward next season, so let's start to think about 2014's draft. Pick numbers one and two overall should come as no surprise, but who else among baseball’s elite... Read More

6 years ago

Stash Me if You Can: 2014 Keeper Options at every Position

In this piece, RotoBaller Tyler Petagine examines 2014 keeper candidates at every position, for both deep and shallow leagues.  It's an indispensable resource for keeper-league owners faced with end-of season decisions!   2014 Keeper Options 10-team Leagues or Deeper / 14-team Leagues or Deeper   Catchers 10T: Wilson Ramos (WAS- C) -  Ramos was hampered... Read More

6 years ago

A Dynasty League Trade-off: Prospecting for Success

For seasonal league owners and in some cases for keeper league owners, the goal is always to win now. Well in dynasty leagues, however, the key to success is to take a much more patient approach.  You have to at least let your players develop; that mean it's okay if your players struggle mightily in... Read More

6 years ago

So You're Playing for Next Year: Keeper League Values Around the Diamond

We've come to the point in the fantasy baseball season when, especially in roto leagues, it's all but clear which teams are contending for the money spots.  In keeper and dynasty formats, it's important for those teams that are out of contention to make some transactions with an eye toward next year.  This means evaluating... Read More

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Fantasy Baseball Strategy: Make Smarter Moves and Maximize your Value

As the calendar gets ready to turn to August, the stretch run is coming into sight.  Rotisserie fantasy owners must look at where they'll be able to pick up ground in their leagues and where they have room to give. The concept is simple but very often overlooked. Not all fantasy stats (HR, R, K,... Read More

7 years ago


Fantasy Baseball Musings: Against Streaming, or In Defense of Averages

I don’t know if a tool to thwart this madness exists, but for the sake of parity I would love to see one implemented. If you know of one, especially on Yahoo!, please yell at me, pronto. Otherwise, stand up and scream if you are in a points league and you detest pitcher “streaming.” There’s... Read More

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Fantasy Baseball Strategy: How to Manage your Team in Month One

This is the second article in a series of RotoBaller Strategy pieces.  Last week we laid out for all you RotoBallers Why We Love Fantasy Baseball.  This week, we're getting into actual strategy.  In the future we'll explore topics like "How to Trade," "How to Play the Waiver Wire" and more, but for now we wanted... Read More

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DFS Strategy Analysis: How to Approach Salary Cap Leagues, Part 2

The Three Main Strategies When playing salary cap leagues, it is important to have a strategy in mind. Depending on the day, it will be better to have a balanced approach rather than a lineup full of studs and scrubs. On other days, there will be a slew of slumping sluggers available for cheap because of their recent... Read More

7 years ago

RotoBaller.com Daily League Analysis: How to Approach Salary Cap Leagues, Part 1

Tips and Strategies for Salary Cap Leagues If snake and pick’em leagues aren’t your thing, RotoBaller.com has got you covered with some tips and strategies for Salary Cap leagues. This is Part 1 of our "How to Approach Salary Cap Leagues", and Part 2 will be published tomorrow. We play at fanduel.com where you are... Read More

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RotoBaller.com Daily League Analysis: How to Approach Daily League Snake Drafts, Part 2

The information in this Daily League Strategy piece is limited to those sites which permit daily snake drafts such as the ones described. Stay tuned to RotoBaller.com for more articles covering all of your favorite Daily League formats in the coming days and weeks! Daily Snake Drafts: Part II In Daily Snake Drafts: Part 1,... Read More

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RotoBaller.com Daily League Analysis: How to Approach Daily League Snake Drafts, Part 1

The information in this Daily League Strategy piece is limited to those sites which permit daily snake drafts such as the ones described. Stay tuned to RotoBaller.com for more articles covering all of your favorite Daily League formats in the coming days and weeks! Daily Snake Drafts: Part I One of the fun things to... Read More

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Breakout or Bust? The Fantasy Impact of Second-Year Prospects

Brandon Belt Just about two years ago, Brandon Belt was a hot topic among fantasy enthusiasts, and with good reason. The young Giants first baseman had just blown through three levels of the minors in 2010, finishing with a combined .352 BA, 24 HR and 112 RBI. In 2011, he picked up right where he... Read More

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PED Rumors: 2013 Fantasy Baseball Outlook for Braun, Cano, Granderson, A-Rod

So what are we to make of this entire situation with some significant names potentially getting suspended for 50 games? Well for one thing, it's certainly a bit of a shocker, even with all the news in the past few years about steroids and performance enhancing drugs. On the other hand, it's not really THAT... Read More

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BREAKING NEWS: Braun, Cano, A-Rod, Granderson all suspended for PEDs?

Here is some potentially HUGE breaking news released by rotoinfo.com earlier today. RotoBaller will be monitoring this story 24x7 - and are available to discuss, consult, and answer any questions you may have about this matter as you prepare for your fantasy baseball drafts. RotoBaller.com's Fantasy Analysis: A potential bombshell report is beginning to circulate... Read More

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RotoBaller's 2013 Fantasy Baseball Strategy: When in Doubt, Go with Position Flexibility

When in doubt…Go with flexibility. Much like when choosing that special someone at a bar, for fantasy position players, when in doubt, go with flexibility.  As the game of baseball evolves, teams are looking for players that are more athletic and capable of playing more than one standard position. Multi-position eligible players are more valuable... Read More

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Each and every year we see an incredible number of players step foot on the NFL gridiron. Just in 2019, using Pro-Football-Reference.com Play Index, a total of 2,025 players took part in at least one game while one (Emmanuel Sanders) did the impossible and played 17 (!) games in the regular season as he was... Read More


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