Category Archives: Fantasy Strategy

Introducing RV Current

Today I’m introducing a new projections source, which I’m calling RV Current. The idea is to use the same basic projection model I use in the preseason, but also include current year data in the model. The goal is a current … Continue reading

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Improving Future Statistics

While we can’t know the future, we can make educated guesses and projections about it. RotoValue does this by displaying projected stats (both my own projections, and for baseball, projections contributed from outside sources, Steamer, Marcel, and MORPS), and also by … Continue reading

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Throwing your Weight Around

Much of the point of RotoValue dollar values is that the parameters of your league are relevant to how you should value players. When you start 2 catchers per team, top catchers are worth more than if you start just … Continue reading

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One more benefit of FAAB: Easier Trading

In my post this morning forgot to mention another benefit of using FAAB: you can trade it! This encourages trading in multiple ways. First, trading FAAB can help balance out a trade offer. Sometimes you’re close to agreement, but think … Continue reading

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Going 9 Expert Draft

Last night I took part in the Going 9 Experts League draft. We started late (11:00 PM EDT), but the event was fast and fun. We drafted a total of 300 players in under 140 minutes, so it went much … Continue reading

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Process Versus Outcome

This year I’m doing an 5×5 AL-only experts’ league sponsored by Going 9 Baseball. The format is head-to-head, but with daily lineup changes. Each category counts as a separate “game”, so there’s 10 “games” each week. This week, I was … Continue reading

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