Elite Fantasy Network · Ray's Rundown 12/2: The State Of The Game Last night MLB owners locked the players out. What does that mean moving forward? When will things be settled? Why does everything have to be done last minute? Why are owners handing out all these massive contracts if they don’t want to play
Elite Fantasy Network · Ray’s Rundown 11/26: Contracts & MVPs Wander Franco’s contract and the state of baseball. How does his contract fit in with other mega deals of youngsters like Albies, Acuna and more? What is going on with contracts and a potential lockout? Steve Matz signs with the Cardinals. The White Sox are
For the last two years we’ve had the battle in the fantasy games as we have tried to figure out how to handle the luminous talents of Shohei Ohtani. Should there be Ohtani Pitcher and Ohtani Hitter? Should there be One Ohtani? Does the answer differ based upon the type of league you play in?
Ray Flowers takes a look at hitters the last two weeks. Which guys are rolling along and producing big time numbers in each of the traditional five categories (avg-hr-rbi-runs-sb)? He also goes a bit further back by taking a look at player production since the start of last season. THE LAST TWO WEEKS Here are
Ray takes a look at the pitching landscape. Who has improved? Who is struggling? Which guys are enacting changes that have altered their outlook for the season? At the end of the piece, he talks about rookies and what is needed for them to have success in 2021. PITCHING Chris Bassitt just keeps getting outs.
Kyle Lewis returns while Moustakas and Soto exit. We will touch on the three dominant Brewers arms – Burnes, Peralta and Woodruff. There’s also plenty of other good stuff in there as we talk about arms like Arihara, Duffy, Fleming, Ohtani, Gausman, Lamet, Jansen, Luzardo, Pearson, Puk, Ross, Sheffield and Soroka. Get ready to dig