Archive for February 2012

How Brett Myers will do as a closer and how valuable he is to the Astros in that role is not the question for this space. Just the fastballs. Let’s take a look at some quick-and-dirty numbers (four- and two-seam fastballs all together; age determined by season year minus birth year—neither precise nor seasonal). If […]

Are there reasons to worry about Ryan Braun this season?

The latest in the business of baseball.

After prospect trades, they still keep coming.

From battles with injuries and holding a spot to becoming the ace of the Diamondbacks.

Michael A. Stein of Fantasy Judgment discusses a recent case involving a dispute over an offseason trade in a fantasy baseball keeper league.

Pitch classification is not an exact science. It requires a lot of review and rechecks over time to ensure no funny IDs have snuck in and that a pitcher’s arsenel is accurately reflected. That last point can be the most difficult, especially if a pitcher changes things over time. And then there are changes in […]

The THT Fantasy staffers discuss whether top-200 rankings and similar lists have any value to drafters like you.

A look at the week’s news viewed through the prism of fantasy relevance

Here’s my thoughts about standard deviation, the THT rankings, and some strategy.