This is the third in a series on fantasy defenses. I started with an overview of trends in defensive fantasy scoring and last week looked at whether a defense’s “base” alignment affected its fantasy scoring. This week, I want to examine the impact on fantasy scoring of changing coaches and alignments. A quick review of […]
Who throws big innings? Does anyone any more? Ray Flowers will break down the declining numbers posted in the innings pitched category for starting pitchers. He will then discuss those hurlers that saw a large jump in their workload in 2018 by taking a look at innings pitched and pitches thrown. Lest you forget the […]
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. Since it’s still a question that I regularly receive, ‘Ray, where I can see the rankings but where is the […]
The snake draft is an art, not a science. Ray Flowers explains how to navigate the beast that is the snake draft in fantasy baseball!
This week, we look at whether a defense’s “base” alignment (“4-3” or “3-4”) affects its fantasy scoring… Picking up from last week’s article on fantasy defensive scoring, this week I want to look at whether a defense’s “base” alignment (“4-3” or “3-4”) affects its fantasy scoring. A quick primer on methods: I’m studying from 2002 […]
This off-season, I want to look at fantasy scoring by Team Defenses. Some of the issues I want to look at are the impact on Tm D fantasy points of: changing head coaches and defensive coordinators; having a head coach with a defensive background; using a 4-3 vs. 3-4 base defense; and changing the base […]