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2011 Fantasy Baseball Rankings: The Top 30 Outfielders

Thursday, March 31, 2011

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2011 Fantasy Baseball Rankings: The Top 30 Outfielders

Unlike third base and shortstop this year, outfield is extremely deep. In 2010, the average top-40 fantasy outfielder hit 22 homers, stole 20 base, scored 88 runs, knocked in 82 RBIs and hit .285. This speaks volumes to the depth of the position. While first- and second-round talents such as Braun, Crawford, CarGo, Holliday and Kemp are exciting to own, you’re probably better off filling your infield spots early in the draft. The likes of Alex Rios, Jacoby Ellsbury, Drew Stubbs, Ichiro Suzuki, Andre Ethier, Jay Bruce, Hunter Pence and Nick Markakis can all be drafted much later in the draft, and offer valuable production. Here’s the top 30...

2011 Fantasy Baseball Big Board, Nos. 81-90: B.J. Upton, Chris Young, Jayson Werth or Vladimir Guerrero?

Thursday, March 17, 2011

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2011 Fantasy Baseball Big Board, Nos. 81-90: B.J. Upton, Chris Young, Jayson Werth or Vladimir Guerrero?

Over the past few weeks, we’ve announced the top 90 players on our 2011 big board. Click on each player’s name for a more in-depth analysis, including 2011 projections!

2011 Fantasy Projections, No. 89: Why Washington Nationals’ Jayson Isn’t Werth His Current Draft Position

Thursday, March 17, 2011

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2011 Fantasy Projections, No. 89: Why Washington Nationals’ Jayson Isn’t Werth His Current Draft Position

Jayson Werth has one of the most impressive three-year averages (92 runs, 29 HRs, 84 RBI, 18 steals, .279 batting average) among all outfielders, yet he ranks just inside the top 90 on my 2011 big board. Werth's current ADP on Mock Draft Central is 49, and his Yahoo! Composite rank is 60. So why the low ranking from this Insider?

2010 Batting Average on Balls in Play Leaders: What to Expect in 2011?

Monday, January 3, 2011

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2010 Batting Average on Balls in Play Leaders: What to Expect in 2011?

According to The Hardball Times Glossary, the exact formula for BABIP is: (H-HR)/(AB-K-HR+SF). The major league average for BABIP is usually around .300. In 2009, it was .299. The 2010 season saw the average BABIP fall slightly to .297. Generally, if a player’s BABIP is well-above the major league average, we can conclude he has experienced some amount of good luck. However, this is not always true. Some players such as Ichiro Suzuki (career .357) and Joe Mauer (career .344) have a knack for finding holes in the defense, which results in an inflated BABIP...

2010 Big Board 41-50: Don’t Forget About Nick Markakis

Friday, February 26, 2010

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2010 Big Board 41-50: Don’t Forget About Nick Markakis

In the coming weeks, I will attempt to create the most accurate 2010 big board available. This draft guide will be released 10 players at a time until my top 50 have been revealed. These lists will take into account past, present and future values based on standard 5×5 H2H settings. As I introduce each player one-by-one, it’s my goal to reveal something you didn’t already know. Feel free to agree or disagree with my rankings, as I’m always up for a healthy debate...

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