Rotisserie

Steve
Gardner
July 11, 2020 2:03 AM GMT
The most important quality in fantasy baseball is consistency. How we think a player will perform this season is often based on how he did last year ... and the year before. However, 2020 is going to be an unpredictable, high-speed roller-coaster ride … in the dark.
Matthew
Cederholm
July 09, 2020 2:04 AM GMT
In a full season, your pitching staff can survive a bad outing or two, but in a short season, even one disaster can significantly damage your ERA. We'll take a look at pitchers to avoid (and some to target) when drafting for the short season.
Kristopher
Olson
July 08, 2020 2:05 AM GMT
When it comes to the impact of the imbalanced schedule on the 2020 season, some of our perceptions may be on the money; others, not so much.
Brian
Rudd
July 05, 2020 2:04 AM GMT
In this short season, targeting pitchers who are likely to consistently work deep into games could give you a leg up on your fellow owners in wins and strikeouts.
Steve
Gardner
June 03, 2020 2:05 AM GMT
To win a fantasy league title this year, it’s going to take a little more imagination and outside-the-box thinking than in the past. Since many pro athletes have said it helps to construct a mental picture of themselves accomplishing their goals, I’m going to see if I can imagine what an 82-game season might look like. Please … Gaze into my crystal bubble, where the season I began in early spring using the Dynasty League Baseball online simulation has now reached the 82-game mark.
Steve
Gardner
May 26, 2020 2:04 AM GMT
One of the likely results of a shortened 2020 MLB regular season is a universal designated hitter. Adding one is going to create new roles for players in the National League – and potentially ease some lineup logjams. So let’s take a look at a post-hype sleeper from each NL team who could be poised to raise their fantasy profiles.
Steve
Gardner
May 05, 2020 2:04 AM GMT
A month into what would have been the 2020 regular season, we’re no closer to knowing when we’ll have meaningful baseball games this year – if at all. If we do have games, they will most likely be played in centralized locations. That could create a strange situation for fantasy owners by forcing them to eliminate a variable that’s always been a big part of the decision-making process: park factors.
Kristopher
Olson
May 01, 2020 2:04 AM GMT
In a shortened season, should you upgrade or downgrade players who frequently get hurt? The answer may be, "It depends."
Steve
Gardner
April 17, 2020 2:04 AM GMT
An extended offseason isn’t making things easy for the many writers and broadcasters who make their living discussing the national pastime. The main questions fans want answered these days are when baseball will return and what it will look like when it does.
Steve
Gardner
April 07, 2020 2:04 AM GMT
As painful as it was to see MLB's opening day come and go with no real games, a little bit of creativity can at least help soften the blow. We’ll never know how those contests would have played out, but virtual results can be a fun substitute.
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