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Cobb or Ruth? Williams or Mays? Bonds or Pujols? A debate as old as time. Is there an answer to who the best hitter in baseball is? Probably not. Am I going to solve the question in this piece? Likely...
We're never wrong, are we?   Actually, we are always wrong.   As I write about every year, and did yet against this season in Does the First Round Matter?, I point out that all the time we spend worry...
You asked for it, so here it is. Ray Flowers puts together a list of how an ideal draft would go. What players should be taken when? How much should the players cost? How to you judge when to take a s...
We're kind of like the Avengers here at the Guru team. We've go the best, the brightest, dare I say the best looking, on staff. Given that we're all used to saving the world with our super powers, it'...
I wasn't planning on writing this article this season. I thought that, after years of explaining why Overall Rankings lists are a waste of time, that people would stop asking for it. I was wrong. Sinc...
People love rankings. Who is the best at this? Who screwed up the worst at that? You know what we mean. However, unlike the other websites that make you click on page, after page, after page to find o...
When I was younger, the coolest thing about January was being able to go to the local shop and pick up a copy of the new fantasy baseball magazine on the bookshelves. The first thing I would do would ...
Average Draft Position, or ADP for short, is everywhere in the fantasy game. The idea is a simple one. Ask one person their opinion and they will tell you Kyle Jenner is smokin' hot. Ask another, and ...
This entire Guide is about evaluating talent. What's the right way to do it? What's the wrong way to do it? We will talk about playing time, opportunity, skills etc. throughout the Guide. So, let's lo...
Tiering is a fairly standard procedure in fantasy sports, or at least it should be. Here's a quick refresher on what it is and why you should be employing it at the draft. As discussed in How To Use A...