Monthly Archives: February 2012

Dissecting A Dynasty Draft: Rounds 1-5

Will Overton and I have teamed up to join a new dynasty league (coincidentally run by Sean Agranov).  The basic settings for the league, which is being done via a slow draft: 15-teams 5 x 5 23 starters, 7 bench, 15 … Continue reading

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2012 Analysis: Can Jon Lester Return To Fantasy Dominance?

You can name almost any Boston Red Sox player from 2011 and find some reason to complain about their performance (yes, there are some exceptions like Jacoby Ellsbury).  Among the disappointments were Jon Lester and, while the numbers were not … Continue reading

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Draft Day Decision: Five Outfielders To Avoid In 2012

There are a lot of reasons that people may suggest not drafting a player.  It could be based on injuries (both a high risk for one or the recovery of a previous one), potential loss of playing time, diminishing performance … Continue reading

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2012 Rankings (NL-Only): Top 12 Catchers

Last week we checked out how the catching position looked for AL-only owners (click here to view) and it didn’t look so bad.  However, can the same thing be said for those in NL-only formats?  Not quite, honestly.  Let’s take … Continue reading

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Could Vinnie Pestano Claim The Indians Closers Role From Opening Day On?

I am already on record as saying that Chris Perez is a major risk this season, but his injury just makes things that much worse.  While Perez is gunning to be ready for Opening Day, it is far from a … Continue reading

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Closer Tracker Launched + Brett Myers Moved to Closer

In case you missed it over the weekend, I relaunched our Closer Tracker, which you can view by clicking here (and there is a link at the top right of the page).  This will be kept updated all year long, … Continue reading

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