There are plenty of questions at third base entering the 2015 MLB season. While that means risk, it also means there is value to be had. Doug Anderson lays out his Third Base Rankings and goes deep enough for Mixed and Mono. He also targets a few hot corner hitters that could pay off in a big way for Fantasy owners in the coming season.
Scott Pianowski of Y! Sports continues looking at some pressing Fantasy Baseball questions by looking into the aging Tigers and deciphering how owners should handle some of Detroit’s most prominent names and biggest stars in their 2015 drafts. Well-known for their impressive batting order and strong rotation over the last few seasons, the Tigers are going for their fifth straight Central Division title in 2015, but with their team defense and relief pitching still concerning entering this season, there are plenty of questions in Detroit.
Fantasy Bachelor Episode 4 Recap & Scoring Results FNTSY Sports Network’s Pat Mayo and Paul Shaughnessy recap episode four of ABC’s The Bachelor while assessing the top scorers and which contestants were lost from the three tiers: Stars, Mehs and Scrubs. The guys review the scoring results in-depth, preview the rest of the season and reveal their favorite moments from the episode. Fantasy Bachelor: Scoring Rules | Ep.…
On today’s Touch ‘Em All podcast, Chris Meaney and Mike Omelan each present a DFS Basketball lineup to play on FanDuel for Wednesday January 28th. With 11 NBA games on the schedule, there are a ton of options to choose from. Many of the stars will be on the hardcourt tonight and sometimes picking which stud player to get in your lineup is half the battle. Meaney and Omelan each have a star player as well as a few value plays to plug in.
Chris Meaney, Corey Erdman, and Garion Thorne discuss their daily Fantasy Basketball lineups for Wednesday January 28th. Which players should you be building your DFS lineups around? Who are the value picks and which stars are worth their price. Is D.J. Augustin a must-play?
On today’s show Gabriel Morency is joined by Cam Stewart and Clam Chowder to discuss the favorites to win Super Bowl 49. Will Tom Brady get his 4th ring? Also, was Clam Chowder the one behind the deflated footballs in New England?
This Sunday, it all comes down to one big game. No, not the Superbowl – the Kitten Bowl! The Hearties and the Wildcats will do battle on the Hallmark Channel at 12 PM with kitten football supremacy on the line. It’s not just a real thing – it’s the best thing…
For years, Wieters teased us with that talent, that pedigree, that potential. He was a first-round pick in 2007, was in the big leagues by 2009, and averaged 140 games a year 2010-2013. Only … he wasn’t great. OPS+ over 100 twice, maxing out at 110, never more than 23 homers, bottoming out with a .235/.287/.417 slash line in 2013. Sure, he entered 2014 at only 28 years old, and he was doing more than enough to justify his spot as a regular, but Wieters had to be classified as an overall disappointment entering last season.
D.J. Augustin, PG, Detroit – Okay so by now you’re probably aware it’s time to add Augustin. In fact, if you’ve waited until now, you’re probably too late. Brandon Jennings will miss the remainder of the season with a torn Achilles tendon, which opens up a much larger opportunity for the sixth-year guard out of the University of Texas. Here are some statistical reasons Augustin is not only a rush-to-the-waive-wire guy but is also worth throwing trade offers for:
Two months ago, I asked whether Zimmerman was suddenly a sleeper. It’s odd to consider an established veteran a sleeper, or undervalued commodity, but coming off an injury-riddled season that saw him post the lowest HR/FB rate of his career, it’s not such a crazy label. In that article, I graphed his batted ball distance vs his HR/FB rate, which generally trended with each other. But his HR/FB rate seemingly fell much further than his distance suggested it should have in 2014.