Category Archives: Strategy

Two-Start Pitchers 2014: Week 3: April 14 – 20: Jordan Zimmermann, Brandon Morrow & More

by Ray Kuhn Having a short memory is important when filling out your fantasy team. Conversely, when sample sizes are this small long memories are useful as well. It is still too early to overreact, but being cautious is also … Continue reading

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Two-Start Pitchers 2014: Week 2: April 7 – 13: Tony Cingrani, Tyson Ross & More

by Ray Kuhn It may not be a pretty picture when you look at your standings, but it is important to remember that we are just now through one full week of baseball. In other words, do not overreact. Yes, … Continue reading

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Commissioner Guidelines To Follow To Ensure A Successful League

by Rich Justmann Whether you’re a first time commissioner or an old-hand one, there are several ways to ensure relative peace and tranquility in your league. The guidelines below have served commissioners well over the fantasy years: 1. A league … Continue reading

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Two-Start Pitchers 2014: Week 1: March 30 – April 6: Tanner Scheppers, Alex Wood & More

by Ray Kuhn The assumption is that as we embark on a new season this week will be one of the best, if not the best, if you are searching for Two-Start pitchers. However is that really the case? On … Continue reading

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To Wait Or Not To Wait On Pitching.. There Lieth The Rub

by Rich Justmann Every fantasy expert says “Wait on pitching!”  “It’s deep this year.”  “Pitchers always get hurt.”  Well, I looked up ‘bunk’ in the dictionary.  Definition:  ‘The act or intention to act in such a way as to wait … Continue reading

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Rotoprofessor Roundtable: Which Catcher Should You Target On Draft Day?

Let’s take a look at this week’s Rotoprofessor Roundtable, where I posted the following question to the writers: “Which catcher are you planning on targeting on draft day and why?” It was an intentionally vague question, so let’s see what … Continue reading

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