We’re just about at the quarter poll of the 2021 season, so it is a good time to take stock of the old fantasy baseball squad. Are you carrying dead weight? Are you about to drop a guy you shouldn’t? We will take a look at a bunch of pitchers and try to determine the
Hitting and pitching today, and what that means in the game of fantasy baseball. Who is getting hits? Who isn’t? Who is hurt? That one comes up every day doesn’t it? There was another no-hitter. There’s a couple of guys coming back from injury on the hill, but of course, others heading to the shelf.
Last week I touched on a series of hitters and listed whether or not you should be holding or dropping them? This week, in this piece in fact, I will do the same thing expect I will be focused exclusively on the arms. Jake Arrieta has his best K-rate in four years. It is still
Dozier, Lindor, Madrigal, Moniak, Muncy, Trout and Yaz. Those are the hitters in the piece. After that, there’s a bunch of pitchers including one guy who was drafted to be a star on the hill who has really been struggling, while a guy no one was drafting is pitching like a star. HITTING Hunter Dozier
We’ve got hot starts from guys like Acuna. We’ve got players coming back from injury like Tatis. We’ve got unexpected love for guys like Joey Wendle and downright panic for guys like Patrick Corbin. Let’s dive in to some of the early season newsmakers before finishing off with a little look at how offenses have
Hitters and pitchers are the word of the day. Which hitters have a nice little streak going? There in here. Which pitchers have something interesting to be said about them? Yep, in here too THE HITTERS Elvis Andrus has a 10/25 season with a .282 batting average. He’s not back at the 2017 power levels
Starting pitching continues to vex most of us in the game of fantasy baseball. The Dodgers are changing up their rotation plans, but everything looks fine. Corbin has been a stabilizer for the Nats. Scherzer is nearing a return to game action for the Nationals. DeSclafani is being beaten by the long ball. Eovaldi is