Posts Tagged ‘fantasy power rankings’

Top 5 Weekly Fantasy Matchups (August 22nd)

Sunday, August 22nd, 2010

The classic Ichiro pose.

With six weeks left in the fantasy baseball season, owners in contention are looking for any competitive edge against the competition. We’ve done some serious number crunching at FBS to provide owners with a guaranteed recipe for success. Let’s take a closer look at some of the guys you may want to consider this week. (more…)

Top Weekly Fantasy Sleepers (August 20th)

Friday, August 20th, 2010

Byrd is the word in Chicago.

Trading a big bat can actually help out both teams from a fantasy perspective. Let’s take a look at the recent Braves/Cubs deal. Not only do the Bravos pick up the bat that they were looking for with Troy Glaus faltering, but the Cubbies will now rely on Marlon Byrd to be the primary RBI guy. Let’s take a closer look at the two of them and a few other sleepers who are going to help your team this week. (more…)

Closer Report (August 19th)

Thursday, August 19th, 2010

Frankie's season is over.

Is Francisco Rodriguez on your fantasy team? If so, you need the Closer Report more than ever. There were a few poor performances this week and you don’t want to pick up a closer that is going to continue his downward spiral on your squad. There wasn’t too much for any closer to brag about this week as our list of A students is down, and mediocrity is the word of the week. (more…)

Fantasy Baseball Waiver Wire (August 18th)

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

Despite a shaky start, Lind is heating up.

If your team is in need of a boost, we suggest taking a gander at the fantasy options listed below. These guys are absolutely on fire and are available in most standard leagues. Don’t wait too long as these guys are bound to be snatched up by week’s end. (more…)

MLB Fantasy Power Rankings (August 16th)

Monday, August 16th, 2010

Hellickson is 3-0 with a 0.60 WHIP.

These rankings are based on a 300 point system, 150 for offensive production and 150 for pitching production. 30 points (1 point for each team) is the most points any team can receive in a given category. For instance, if the Rays lead the league in HR’s they will get 30 points for that category.

The 5 offensive categories used:

HR’s, RBI, Runs, Average, and SB’s

The 5 pitching categories used:

Wins, Saves, WHIP, ERA, and K’s

Fantasy Power Rankings PDF Chart (more…)