30 Players, 30 Teams, 30 Predictions

Uptons

With the 2013 Major League Baseball season imminent, I wanted to give thirty predictions involving one player from each team. These predictions are from a Fantasy Baseball point of view. I will revisit these predictions after the season is over and see how close I came or how far off I was with each one.

Continue reading

Advertisements

Which Fantasy Players to Trade Away…And to Trade For

Heyward

Draft Them Then Trade Them – These players start out quickly, then slow down during the season.  These are the players to “sell high”. Continue reading

What To Expect From These Third and Fourth Year Pitchers

Cahill

Dan Marino has already told you what to expect from these third and fourth year hitters, now he tells you what to expect from these third and fourth year pitchers. Enjoy! Continue reading

How the Astros Move To The AL Affects MLB And You

Astros

Schedule:  As we all know, this move has necessitated an interleague series throughout the entire season.  The last series of the regular season has the Detroit Tigers playing against the Florida Marlins.  That could have a definite impact on the AL race, especially if the Tigers have an unexpected struggle to make the playoffs and end up needing the wins.  Though MLB really can’t see the future when the schedule is created, a series between the Astros and Marlins would have been more fair, but I get why that couldn’t be done or foreseen. Continue reading

You Don’t Have to Avoid These NL Fantasy Players, But Temper Expectations

RickieWeeks

Well, we’re approaching another fantasy baseball season.  Every year, we draft players who end up being disappointments.  Here now is my list of players I would be wary about drafting/bidding on this upcoming season.  They may not kill your team results, but you could end of overspending/drafting these players. Continue reading

You Don’t Have to Avoid These AL Fantasy Players, But Temper Expectations

Ellsbury

Well, we’re approaching another fantasy baseball season.  Every year, we draft players who end up being disappointments.  Here now is my list of players I would be wary about drafting/bidding on this upcoming season.  They may not kill your team results, but you could end of overspending/drafting these players. Continue reading

2013 MLBDirt Mock Draft Results

Miggy

On January 27, 2013, I had the pleasure of hosting and taking part in the first annual MLBDirt.com Fantasy Baseball Mock Draft. First things first, I want to thank Jonathan Mitchell, William Tasker, Daniel Marino, Charlie Nehl, Mike Schwartze, Wayne Bretsky, Ray Guilfoyle, Mike Hilbig, Mark Kaplan, Jeff Furtah, and Alex Kantecki for taking part in the draft. We had a mix of MLBDirt.com writers and six well respected Fantasy Baseball writers. All of these men are recommended follows on Twitter and I will give you their contact information at the end of the article. One thing that makes Fantasy Baseball fun is the different opinions you can get. These guys all have great insight and baseball knowledge.

Without any further adieu, here is the 2013 MLBDirt Mock Draft Results. Please feel free to comment and engage in discussion!

ROUND 1 Continue reading