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(by mightymanager82) posted on December 7, 2013
Let’s imagine for a second Albert Einstein played fantasy baseball. In this imaginary fantasy world, sabermetrics would have been invented 60 years before it actually was. So his ace went down midseason and he had to hit the waiver wire, looking for someone to fill his empty spot. Do you think he was gonna hop on his computer (remember still in imagination land) and scroll through the free agents looking at wins, ERA and WHIP to make his choice? I can tell you this with much certainty he would not and neither should you. I’d bet my first-round fantasy pick that he would be looking at a whole different set of stats, those that fall under the category of advanced. Out of those, he would likely be looking primarily at xFIP (eXpected Fielding Independent Pitching). In case you didn’t know, he kind of had a thing for equations, and this one isn’t about converting mass to energy — it’s about converting injuries and trades into trophies. [More]
Another exciting week has gone by in the NBA. First, I’d like to welcome all the fantasy GMs who drafted D-Rose early and the whole city of Chicago back to planet Earth. It’s sad but it’s true; Rose is gone for the season. Fear not, because the light of my foresight shall redeem you and your fantasy team. Thanksgiving is just around the corner but don’t save your appetite. Instead, feast upon the glory that is Week 5 of The Hot Hand: Fantasy Basketball. [More]
(by R.J. White)
You know the saying, “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.” Apparently, that’s going to apply for me to a certain Philadelphia quarterback. I was the schmuck who told you to pick up Nick Foles a few weeks ago and play him in a great matchup against the Cowboys. Foles stunk up the joint for much of the game before being knocked out of play with a concussion. However, I’m going back to the well and considering him a potential starting option in Week 9 against the Raiders. [More]