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Welcome back, RotoBallers! Batting average is just one of many statistics fantasy owners must consider, but contact rate can also be telling of all-around success at the plate. A sudden increase or decrease in contact rate could signal the beginning of an extended hot or cold streak, leading to important waiver wire choices or start/sit... Read More

There is only two weeks left of baseball so that means you are either in the final four or championship game. You've made it this far so you are doing something right! As I normally mention, when it comes to the back-end of your rosters it is always worth riding guys who are on a... Read More

Welcome back to the Cut List. Each weekend from now until the end of the season, I’ll be offering my thoughts on players who don’t deserve to keep drawing a nonexistent salary on your fake baseball teams. Now that we’re beyond most league’s trade deadlines, the only way to improve your team is via the... Read More

Welcome back, RotoBallers! As a reminder, in this piece we're looking for weekly streamers in head-to-head leagues, which means players who are 50% owned or less in Yahoo! leagues and who have seven games in the week. These players could provide great value off the waiver wire, particularly in head-to-head leagues, for week 25 of... Read More

Hello everyone, and welcome to the second edition of RotoBaller’s new series, Breaking Down Rookie Playing Time in September. In this article series, I will break down several prospects who have been promoted at some point following the July 31 Trade Deadline, and what you all should make of them for fantasy leagues. Let's get to... Read More

Welcome back, RotoBallers! Batting average is just one of many statistics fantasy owners must consider, but contact rate can also be telling of all-around success at the plate. A sudden increase or decrease in contact rate could signal the beginning of an extended hot or cold streak, leading to important waiver wire choices or start/sit... Read More

The fantasy playoffs are here! It is a time to buckle down and dig deep to find a weekly diamond in the rough that can help lead you to the championship. As I mentioned last week you should have no fear dropping 'big' names who have struggled or are injured for multiple weeks. The end... Read More

Welcome back to the Cut List. Each weekend from now until the end of the season, I’ll be offering my thoughts on players who don’t deserve to keep drawing a nonexistent salary on your fake baseball teams. Now that we’re beyond most league’s trade deadlines, the only way to improve your team is via the... Read More

Welcome back, RotoBallers! As a reminder, in this piece we're looking for weekly streamers in head-to-head leagues, which means players who are 50% owned or less in Yahoo! leagues and who have seven games in the week. These players could provide great value off the waiver wire, particularly in head-to-head leagues, for week 24 of... Read More

Hello everyone, and welcome to the first edition of RotoBaller’s new series, Breaking Down Rookie Playing Time in September. In this article series, I will break down several prospects who have been promoted at some point following the July 31 Trade Deadline, and what you all should make of them for fantasy leagues. Let's get... Read More

Welcome back, RotoBallers! Batting average is just one of many statistics fantasy owners must consider, but contact rate can also be telling of all-around success at the plate. A sudden increase or decrease in contact rate could signal the beginning of an extended hot or cold streak, leading to important waiver wire choices or start/sit... Read More

The fantasy playoffs are here for most Yahoo leagues. It is a time to buckle down and dig deep to find a weekly diamond in the rough that can help lead you to the championship. With teams already eliminated you should have no fear dropping 'big' names who have struggled or are injured for multiple... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 11% of Yahoo Leagues ANALYSIS: Washington Nationals second baseman/shortstop Wilmer Difo is in a tough position with the return of Trea Turner, but is still a fantasy asset. Difo played shortstop while Turner was on the disabled list, and has a .289 batting average this season, but now... Read More

Welcome back to the Cut List. Each weekend from now until the end of the season, I’ll be offering my thoughts on players who don’t deserve to keep drawing a nonexistent salary on your fake baseball teams. Now that we’re beyond most league’s trade deadlines, the only way to improve your team is via the... Read More

Welcome back, RotoBallers! As a reminder, in this piece we're looking for weekly streamers in head-to-head leagues, which means players who are 50% owned or less in Yahoo! leagues and who have seven games in the week. These players could provide great value off the waiver wire, particularly in head-to-head leagues, for week 23 of the... Read More

Welcome back, RotoBallers! Batting average is just one of many statistics fantasy owners must consider, but contact rate can also be telling of all-around success at the plate. A sudden increase or decrease in contact rate could signal the beginning of an extended hot or cold streak, leading to important waiver wire choices or start/sit... Read More

Hello everyone, and welcome to my weekly Top-30 Fantasy Rankings for Impact Rookies! In this series, I will be going over the top prospects in baseball and discussing which ones figure to have an impact for the rest of this fantasy baseball season. This is the final Top 30 ranking of the year. Sad. With... Read More

Welcome back to the Cut List. Each weekend from now until the end of the season, I’ll be offering my thoughts on players who don’t deserve to keep drawing a nonexistent salary on your fake baseball teams. Now that we’re beyond most league’s trade deadlines, the only way to improve your team is via the... Read More

Welcome back, RotoBallers! As a reminder, in this piece we're looking for weekly streamers in head-to-head leagues, which means players who are 50% owned or less in Yahoo! leagues and who have seven games in the week. These players could provide great value off the waiver wire, particularly in head-to-head leagues, for week 22 of the... Read More

Welcome back, RotoBallers! Batting average is just one of many statistics fantasy owners must consider, but contact rate can also be telling of all-around success at the plate. A sudden increase or decrease in contact rate could signal the beginning of an extended hot or cold streak, leading to important waiver wire choices or start/sit... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12-team and AL-only leagues OWNED IN: 32% of leagues ANALYSIS: Tim Anderson of the Chicago White Sox was a hot name heading into fantasy drafts this year. For most of this season the young shortstop has disappointed both for the Chicago White Sox and fantasy owners. However a light has flicked on for... Read More

With the the fantasy baseball playoffs right around the corner, it will be wise to own players who can help you the most. It shouldn't matter what they have done up to this point as any player who catches fire can have a nice short-term effect while it lasts.  Week 21 will include players who are... Read More

There may be lots of baseball left, but not so much fake baseball, as we inch closer and closer to September. Playoffs are coming, and it's no secret that there aren't a lot of players left on the wire who can make a huge impact, but some of my pickups in the last few weeks... Read More

Hello everyone, and welcome to my weekly Top-30 Fantasy Rankings for Impact Rookies! In this series, I will be going over the top prospects in baseball and discussing which ones figure to have an impact for the rest of this fantasy baseball season. We have now reached the point in the season where all the... Read More

Welcome back to the Cut List. Each weekend from now until the end of the season, I’ll be offering my thoughts on players who don’t deserve to keep drawing a nonexistent salary on your fake baseball teams. As we go deeper into the season, expect this list to become more ruthless, but also note the... Read More

Trade deadlines have already passed in many fantasy leagues, so I'll focus more on lesser-owned players to assess their value, rather than potential buy-low or sell-high candidates. If your league doesn't cut off trading in August, remember that it's never too late to take advantage of a desperate owner trying to stay out of the... Read More

Welcome back, RotoBallers! As a reminder, in this piece we're looking for weekly streamers in head-to-head leagues, which means players who are 50% owned or less in Yahoo! leagues and who have seven games in the week. These players could provide great value off the waiver wire, particularly in head-to-head leagues, for week 21 of... Read More

Welcome back to this investigative piece where we examine players who have seen some notable changes in their power profiles -- for better or for worse -- in 2017. As usual, you don’t need me to tell you that Miguel Sano or Aaron Judge is strong or that Jarrod Dyson and Billy Hamilton are toward the bottom in average exit velocity. We’re approaching... Read More

Just as the season was fast approaching in April, it is now fast approaching its end in August. The fantasy baseball playoffs are around the corner and it seems like the injury bug has bitten again, but fear not because the waiver wire is always full of pick-me-ups and replacements, it's just about sifting through... Read More

Welcome back, RotoBallers! Batting average is just one of many statistics fantasy owners must consider, but contact rate can also be telling of all-around success at the plate. A sudden increase or decrease in contact rate could signal the beginning of an extended hot or cold streak, leading to important waiver wire choices or start/sit... Read More

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