Full disclosure, if you didn’t know already, I am in fact an Angels fan. There I said it. I might have a bit of bias in this by way of hope. To that, I posit you this question: what more is a post on a baseball sleeper (fantasy or otherwise) than a prognostication of hope? […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
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In last week’s article, Top 20 Starting Pitchers: Early NFBC Drafts , I promised to provide Cliff Notes for my favorite pitcher analytics. Well, here we are. By compiling this, I strive to give you an appreciation for some of the data at our fingertips and make it all a little more useful for pre-season […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Happy preseason Razz-faithful! This will be my 3rd preseason (and full-season for that matter) writing player breakdowns for you here at Razzball. And let’s just say I’m starting to feel the pressure of success. In 2021, my first sleeper highlight was Joe Musgrove who went on to have an ace-level season. Last year for 2022, […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
With the season finished, we can finally look back at the big picture. I sit here watching Shohei Ohtani pitch for the final start of the season and think back on the journey. We witnessed amazing things. Ohtani has done something no one has ever done, again. Is it any less amazing when someone maintains […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
I sat here and debated what to do this week. Leagues are drawing to a close with some in their playoff matchups and others fighting for those last couple weeks of roto points. Do I pull out another suggestion for streaming from my bag (thanks Kremer) or like I alluded to last week, do I […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Today is a big milestone for me, this is my 100th article written at Razzball. Mindblown emoji. Have I really been here that long? Where has the time gone? It wasn’t so long ago I was just a humble reader with an eye for analysis and now look at me. I’ve gotten to know so […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Let me whisper in your ear… Have you ever learned about something that seems so obvious now that you are amazed you didn’t think about it more before? Yeah, this is one of those times. The baseball season is so long, it might as well be 2 seasons. And often with the ebb and flow […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Hey all, after a midseason sabbatical to take care of some family things, I’m back. And I’m seeing the world with a bit more clarity. Call it a furthering need for authenticity. When you are confronted with the mortality of your father—for me the positive visage of what a patriarch looks like: selfless, giving, strong, […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
So far this season Tyler Wells has seemingly done the impossible. One would think with a K-BB% barely above nine (9!) in the AL East there would be a culling. And yet, he continues to evade hitters and limit the damage. What is letting him get away with this and avoid getting smashed? Those questions […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Taken as a top 20 pitcher in drafts at the beginning of the year, Lucas Giolito hasn’t really lived up to the hype we were hoping for when he was taken as top pitcher coming off some statistically promising years in 2019-2021. Giolito started the season off well this year carrying a 2.63 ERA (2.93 […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
I benched Zach Eflin in my weekly leagues last week. There, I said it. Even us “analysts” can get it wrong from time to time. You think you have a beat on something and then a small round ball with randomly changed rules on stitching misses bats just the right way and then you are […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
I had to pivot last night. I could have gone with a few pitchers for today I’ve been keeping tabs on, but those can wait another week, I had already hinted at Naylor in last week’s outfielder post, but now he deserves a bit more attention. Josh Naylor went 3-for-5, 2 HR, 8 RBIs, one […]Please, blog, may I have some more?