By now, most leagues have already held their drafts. Well, my hometown league is adhering to the original Rotisserie rules and waiting until the end of the first week of the regular season. Aside from the few traditionalists out there, the majority of owners have their shiny new teams and can’t wait to start making moves.
Whether it's for your fantasy team or the team you root for, we all dream of ways to make our team better.
Todd Fertig gives his Report Card for the Kansas City Royals.
Justin Hulsey of Baseball Digest Affilate Site I-70 Baseball checks in to follow up on his story about replacing Tony La Russa with his list of candidates for the job.
Joe Maddon is solidifying himself as one of the best minds in the game.
The Association of Minor League Umpires (AMLU) and its parent organization, Office and Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU), have partnered
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I learned from a fairly early age that baseball can be pretty unpredictable. When I was very young, I remember watching a game on TV with my father next to me on the couch.
Supply and demand is the most basic of all economic concepts. If there is a shortage of a product, the demand for it will be higher. People will have a greater desire for it. If it’s a product that anyone can acquire with ease, the demand will not be as high. I equate this concept to fantasy baseball, especially the Going 9 NL Only league.
One of the most difficult aspects in analyzing baseball, whether it is for fantasy or real world purposes, is knowing when a slow start is really more than just a temporary issue. Some players are notoriously slow starters.
Arizona Diamondbacks: Seems to be
Going 9 Baseball contributor George Kurtz takes a look at the latest news and notes around the American League