In most leagues, you are required start 5 outfielders. While I always want the best player available at each position, sometimes it’s a close call between a few guys and I focus on category needs here. Your #4/#5 outfielders will not be elite. I like to utilize those spots to make up for a category deficiency. If I didn’t secure a Billy Hamilton, Dee Gordon, … Continue reading Outfield Rankings – Balance Your Team
The National Pastime is just getting underway and the Phillies are looking to compete for a playoff spot. They have spent over $200 million in the offseason and have a lot of hope placed in their youth. However, longtime Baseball Executive Pat Gillick seems to think we are ahead of ourselves and 2019 will be the year. Are you siding with Pat? Could 2019 be … Continue reading Will the Phillies Have to Wait for 2019 to Compete?
Elite Eight is what I’m targeting at shortstop. I feel that the top 8 players at the position are a cut above the rest in terms of production and/or consistency. I’ll be happy if I can get a player from one of the top two tiers, otherwise I’ll take a chance late in the draft. When drafting your SS and/or middle infield spots, remember that … Continue reading Shortstop Rankings – Elite 8 or Wait
Remember that my rankings (unless otherwise stated) are based on a standard 5×5 league. Players qualify at any position where they played 20+ games in 2017. Make sure you know your specific league’s scoring, roster size, transaction process, and any other important settings. Third Base is a position that I feel will be very hit or miss. Many of the players have question marks and … Continue reading Third Base Rankings – Hit or Miss!
Remember that my rankings (unless otherwise stated) are based on a standard 5×5 league. Players qualify at any position where they played 20+ games in 2017. Make sure you know your specific league’s scoring, roster size, transaction process, and any other important settings. Second Base is a deep position, unlike in the past. When drafting your 2B and/or middle infield spots, remember that 20 HRs … Continue reading Second Base Rankings – Deeper Than In The Past, I’ll Wait!
In my first positional ranking article, I want to lay out that all rankings (unless otherwise stated) are based on a standard 5×5 league. Players qualify at any position where they played 20+ games in 2017. It’s important that you understand your league’s scoring, roster size, transaction process, and any other important settings. Whether drafting for fantasy football or baseball, I’ve had the most success … Continue reading First Base Rankings – Better Get Your Power Here!
On the way to being competitive, we all knew it would only be a matter of time before the Phillies opened up their wallets. But did they open it up on the right guy at the right time? Does Jake Arrieta make them an instant contender in the National League? In a move to show they are ready to compete for a second title, the … Continue reading Is Playoff Baseball a Possibility for the Phillies?
With the constant Cap troubles of a Super Bowl winning team, how will the Eagles survive? Howie Roseman has worked his magic once before, but this offseason will need a little more work. It seems inevitable that Torrey Smith will be on the inside looking in. If so, is Mack Hollins ready to step up? Ben Simmons is having a historic season, but still is … Continue reading Who is Your Favorite Fantasy Player of all Time?
The Phillies are in Spring Training and are filled with youth. What can we expect from them as far as wins? They have alot of players with big potential. Will their power be as advertised? With the Eagles strapped against the cap, it is going to take a lot of maneuvering to get the team where it needs to be. The Linebacker position is a … Continue reading Can the Phillies live up to their Power Potential?
Got a Fantasy Football Hangover? Here’s Why Fantasy Baseball Could Be Your Cure… It’s time to turn the final page on the 2017 NFL season. The Philadelphia Eagles were triumphant and every other team fell short. The season had no lack of stories: The Arizona Cardinals and Green Bay Packers never lived up to expectations due to injuries of star players David Johnson and Aaron … Continue reading Fantasy Football Hangover? Here’s Your Cure