Haters gonna hate, but Adalberto Mondesi can win you your fantasy league

It is possible that there is no player in 2022 drafts who polarizes opinion as much as the Kansas City Royals’ third baseman, Adalberto Mondesi. Last season, whole teams were drafted around the stolen base potential of Mondesi, fueled by mouth-watering projections of… G AB R HR RBI SB AVG 137 531 78 15 63Continue reading “Haters gonna hate, but Adalberto Mondesi can win you your fantasy league”

Who is 2022’s Cedric Mullins?

Analyst Justin Mason cemented his place in fantasy baseball folklore with his 2021 preseason obsession with Baltimore Orioles outfielder Cedric Mullins. In 2019, Mullins hit below .100 AVG in the big leagues and scraped a .233 batting average (.648 OPS) in 117 games in the minors between Double-A and Triple-A. As a 25-year-old in Covid-shortenedContinue reading “Who is 2022’s Cedric Mullins?”

Exploring the 15 new Designated Hitters

It appears that the introduction of the universal DH is one of the few aspects of the new CBA on which both sides agree. This presents interesting opportunities for the most forward-thinking fantasy baseball players. Mr. Roster Resource, Jason Martinez, has updated the rosters on Fangraphs to include possible DHs. In addition, Mike Axisa ofContinue reading “Exploring the 15 new Designated Hitters”

Don’t overthink drafting Noah Syndergaard

What can I say about former Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard that hasn’t already been said? Firstly, I hate the anglicization of his name. The “gaard” looks and feels Dutch. It should be pronounced with a hard “H” and no final “D.” Sinn-der-Haaar. But apparently, he has distant Danish Viking ancestors. Hence the nickname “Thor,” althoughContinue reading “Don’t overthink drafting Noah Syndergaard”