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Earlier, we listed the best defensive players in baseball, according to Bill James’ Runs Saved analysis. Today, we look at the other side–the worst fielders in baseball. James’s analysis looks at the worst fielders at each position, according to runs given up compared to the average fielder at the position. This is a compilation of [...]
It doesn’t matter any when it comes to fantasy baseball, but we all know that defense is an integral part of the actual game of baseball. And, when it comes to defensive ability, you tend to get varying opinions. That’s because defense is not as easily quantifiable as offensive statistics are. So, when we see [...]
From the February 18 Spadora on Sports radio show, Fantasy Baseball Dugout editors review rankings for starting pitchers and catchers for the 2012 season. Plus, BallparkBob continues his series on sleepers–this time discussing the outfield position. Kate Upton and MLB2K12. Plus, a tribute to Hall of Fame catcher Gary Carter.
Ask and ye shall receive. Last night we completed, published, and released to the Twitterverse our first official 2012 ranking of fantasy baseball catchers. Check them out by clicking the link below. Top 25 catcher rankings for 2012 To quickly summarize them… There’s a new no. 1 in town for 2012 – Indians backstop Carlos [...]
Jonathan Bentz of Fantasy Baseball Dugout discusses the Michael Pineda for Jesus Montero trade and its impact on fantasy baseball 2012. Michael Pineda to the Yankees: Fantasy Analysis In getting traded to the New York Yankees, Miguel Pineda immediately gets thrown into a spotlight/pressure cooker situation. He’s projecting right now as no. 2 in [...]
Bob Bentz of Fantasy Baseball Dugout discusses the 2012 fantasy baseball sleepers at the catcher position on the Spadora on Sports radio show. Click this link to check out our Top 25 catcher rankings for 2012.
by BallparkBob Finding a sleeper at catcher is probably the toughest position to acquire a hidden gem. That’s because catchers are more injury prone, take more time off, and, quite frankly, they usually don’t hit all that well in the first place. Here are our 2012 fantasy baseball sleepers at the catcher position. Click this [...]