Posts Tagged ‘Fantasy Baseball Draft Strategy’

Fantasy Baseball Top Prospects: Kyle Drabek Poised for Big Season

Saturday, March 26th, 2011

Drabek is going to contribute to fantasy rotations in 2011.

Trim the fat. That’s what many major league teams are beginning to do and while this time of the year isn’t all that stressful for established players, many rookies are sweating it out. Their fate can alter drastically on short notice, which can leave some ballplayers too rattled to perform adequately. Just about all the youngsters on this list will break camp with a big league squad, but a couple of them are presently locked up in a fierce battle for one of the last few roster spots. Only a couple new entrants into the PPR discussion this week, while the young guns that presently held spots have solidified their respective slots. Check out the latest

fantasy baseball prospects only from FBS. 

1)    Kyle Drabek – Tor  (LW:1)

 With news breaking late this week that Brandon Morrow will begin the season on the DL, Drabek locked in a rotation spot that many had assumed he already earned. (more…)

Fantasy Baseball Top Prospects: Drabek, Hellickson Lead Way

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Drabek is a serious sleeper for 2011.

Position battles are beginning to shake themselves out and jobs are already getting locked down and that can only mean one thing, summer is almost here. A large contingent of rookies that opened up the spring with their respective clubs have already been reassigned to minor league camp and others promise to be right behind them. The youngsters that have survived this long have really impressed coaches in camp and have earned a legitimate shot to leave spring with the big league team. My rankings are largely unchanged from last week, but a few new names have popped into the discussion while a couple others have taken the proverbial dive. Read on and get learned. (more…)

2010 Fantasy Baseball: Draft Strategy

Sunday, March 21st, 2010
Yankees Derek Jeter

Jeter is a top fantasy shortstop.

If you haven’t drafted your 2010 fantasy baseball team yet, the time is just around the corner. You’ll undoubtedly be in front of a computer screen with several magazines and websites at your disposal.

Or maybe you’ll be gathered with your entire league and fierce competition, eating chips and drinking beer, over-analyzing your own picks, and laughing at your opponent’s selections.

But regardless of what all the magazines, sites, and your friends tell you, there is still a simple, basic strategy that can work for you every time. (more…)