Whether you are a long-time dynasty player or new to the format, it is not too hard to figure out the top players. Everyone will be after those players and you should be able to get your fair share of them.
But the difference between winning and losing is finding the players in the late rounds or off the waiver wire who may have a breakout season. While the baseball season only weeks away, dynasty league owners are gearing up for their drafts or scouring the waiver wire to find possible hidden gems.
Today we are going to look at three players who could provide a spark to your pitching staff. One of the players in Kansas City Royals starter Brady Singer while the other two – Drey Jameson and Ryne Nelson – are battling for a spot in the Arizona Diamondbacks rotation. Nelson enters the season as the 8th-ranked prospect in the Arizona system while Jameson is ranked 9th.
Singer is the more established player as he is entering his fourth season with the Royals and is coming off a solid season. In fact, he is currently rostered in 85 percent of ESPN and Yahoo leagues.
Jameson and Nelson, however, are basically being ignored by fantasy owners. Jameson is rostered in only 0.8% of ESPN leagues and 5% of Yahoo leagues and Nelson is rostered in 0.5% of ESPN leagues and 2% of Yahoo leagues. Arizona selected both Jameson and Nelson in the 2019 draft, nabbing Jameson out of Ball State in the first round and Nelson out of Oregon State one round later.
Let’s take a look at the three pitchers.Please, blog, may I have some more?