Monthly Archives: March 2012

Pitching Strategies: How Applying Astrophysics Can You Help You Find Value Starting Pitchers

by Thomas Callahan Pitchers cannot throw curve balls on Mars! The threads on a spinning ball throw air to the side and make the ball curve by what is known as the Magnus effect. This effect is non existent in … Continue reading

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2012 Rankings (NL-Only): Top 25 Outfielders

The outfield does not feel as deep as it used to be, but at least in the NL you have some of the elite options in the game to choose from.  However, once you get past the first 15 or … Continue reading

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Spring Training Summary: March 30: Michael Pineda Injured?, Cody Ross Impresses & More

We are less than a week away from Opening Day, yet that doesn’t mean things have gotten any clearer for some teams.  Who may have put their jobs in jeopardy?  Who is looking like a strong play?  Let’s take a … Continue reading

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Purchase The Rotoprofessor 2012 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide Now For Just $6!

The fifth update of the 2012 Rotoprofessor Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide (03/20/12) has officially been released, including Top 5 prospect lists for 2012 for all teams and updates projections for Ryan Braun, Ichiro Suzuki and many more! If you have … Continue reading

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The Trade Counsel: Don’t Disregard Your Draft Prep

by Simon Jones The opening day of the season has come and gone (at least for Seattle and Oakland), drafts and auctions are now complete, and fantasy owners everywhere are trying to make sense of their rosters. People in shallower … Continue reading

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Regression Risk: Looking At The Top 5 HR/FB Risers From 2010 to 2011

Obviously, players mature. grow and get better.  In other words, just because we see significant increase in a metric (like HR/FB), that we should simply use it as a negative against the player.  How often do we say that the … Continue reading

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