Posts Tagged ‘pitchers’

h2h Corner ~ 2010 Pitcher Rankings

Chicks dig the long ball, and so do I. That’s just one of the many reasons I prefer evaluating hitters to pitchers. From a ranking perspective, hitters are more predictable and stable from year to year. In addition, they tend not to be as infected by the injury bug. Because of this, I approach pitchers a tad different from other fantasy writers when creating my ranks for h2h leagues. Continue reading

h2h Corner ~ 2010 Hitter Rankings

This article comes on the heels of my worst fantasy year in history. Sure, I won my most competitive, long-term, keeper h2h league and my free agent fantasy league, but I finished last in my two NFL leagues, got smoked in Survivor, and I lost my College Football Bowl Series league (hey, I drafted two suspended players). Continue reading

h2h Corner ~ Keep, Trade or Drop: Phil Hughes, David Price, Joba Chamberlain?

I love this one, it’s fraught with questions, like who will even be the Yankees’ fifth starter. You know and I know that starters are typically more valuable than relievers and this is no different for fantasy. For example, why are the first pitchers off the board starters? Because they pitch more innings and impact ratios, wins, Ks in a more meaningful way. Continue reading

Pitcher Drafting Strategy and Rankings in 5×5 h2h Leagues

h2h Corner

Chicks dig the long ball, and so do I. That’s just one of the many reasons I like hitters better than pitchers. From a ranking perspective, hitters are more predictable and stable from year to year. In addition, they tend not to be infected by the injury bug as much. Because of this, I approach pitchers a tad different from other fantasy writers, and mind you this is only for h2h leagues.

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