15 Team NFBC Style Roto League

My last draft of the season, this is an NFBC style draft. The NFBC is a high-end fantasy baseball league, I believe the lowest entry fee is 150 in those leagues.This is a cheap copy of that league on Yahoo. It is your basic 5x5 scoring with two catchers, one 1st-SS, one CI and MI,... Continue Reading →

The Rookie Team

Originally, I was going to do a 25 and younger team, but I have switched this to my all-rookie team. Now, I made up my own rules for a "rookie" I am considering my rookies as any hitters with less than 162 game experience in their career and any pitchers with less than 30 starts... Continue Reading →

NFBC ADP Round 7 and 8

NFBC Round 7 Seung Hwan Oh Craig Krimbel Todd Frazier Ian Kinsler Kyle Schwarber Hanley Ramirez Roberto Osuna Chris Davis Cole Hamels Justin Upton Adrian Beltre Wade Davis I think 90% of my love for Schwarber this season comes from watching him show up in the World Series and just destroy baseballs after having four... Continue Reading →

Late Round Studs

Here I am looking for those who are going in the 12 round or later in drafts, ADP around 144, these are guys that can still contribute a bunch for you and are guys that should be considered to help you win your fantasy league. The ADPs are taken from the NFBC; I like the... Continue Reading →

Yoan Moncada and Lucas Giolito

Yoan Moncada comes into the season as the #2 overall ranked prospect in the MLB top 100 and Lucas Giolito comes in at #11 overall ranked prospect. This past offseason has boosted the White Sox farm system to one of the top systems in all of the MLB. The hope is to build a contending... Continue Reading →

We Are Halfway Through!

We are roughly¬†half way through the Brewers 2017 spring training, and things are looking up for this team right now. The Brewers are 10-8 after a slow start currently in 6th place in the cactus league. There are three weeks left in the season, and we are starting to see some players sent to the... Continue Reading →

NFBC ADP Round 5 and 6

*Those in bold I like in the current round, those in italics I do not like in the round, Things have updated a bit since my last two rounds I wrote about. Braun went from 48 to 47, and Gary Sanchez is now at 48. At 48 that puts Sanchez at the second catcher off... Continue Reading →

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