Today marks the midway point of the third week of this young fantasy baseball season. How's your team doing? Are you freaking out yet? You shouldn't be. Unless it's a happy freak-out. Still, it can be hard to see your team start in the loss column. It's hard to see a bunch of DL10's next to... Continue Reading →
Some of you may remember Adi and his contributions he made to Baseball and Brews last season, and I'm please to now introduce him as a permanent staff writer for Baseball and Brews. Part of Adi's contribution moving forward will be a weekly Friday piece on Prospects and Pitchers to help everyone keep an eye on... Continue Reading →
Not another one of these prediction posts! Well, kinda. But this one focuses a little more on the fun and the wonky rather than just the usual stuff. Bold? Silly? Terrible? Moderately-accurate? Statistically irrelevant? Statistically irreverent? My (insert adjective here) predictions for the 2018 MLB season are here, and these hot takes will, if nothing else, give you something to read on the toilet at work. You're welcome.
It's almost Opening Day. I AM SO EXCITED ARE YOU EXCITED???? All that energy is as contagious as herpes in a freshman dorm, and sometimes we have to remind ourselves to slow down and not push the panic button in the early going. Sometimes, however, that panic is warranted, and in addition to helping you... Continue Reading →
I've been intrigued by Villar since the beginning. As a baseball fan and a fantasy owner, how can you not be? He's a speedy shortstop with power, and the lure of a 20/20 season is in his profile. Jonathan Villar went from 2016 fantasy darling to a waste of an early 2017 draft pick, with... Continue Reading →
It's draft season, and the decisions you make in those anxiety-filled, 60-second windows can and will affect the rest of your season. While no one can predict how their draft will go, having a solid list of names and targets can reduce decision-making time and give you an edge on draft day. Today I'm going... Continue Reading →
If you're in a redraft league the most important time of year without question is your draft. The majority of the players you pick will stay on your roster and carry you from March to September: the only question is will you limp across the finish line or sprint? I know that you've already read the... Continue Reading →
What is beer? (baby don't hurt me) Now that that's out of the way, let's dive into the world of beer with an overview of what, exactly, beer is. I'll be breaking down the four main ingredients of beer, what they do, why they matter, and how this knowledge can actually help you enjoy your beer... Continue Reading →
Part One of Drafting for Dummies: covering the importance of league settings and scoring and how to use that information to your benefit. This is helpful for both newer managers as well as experienced owners shaking off a bit of rust. As always, we also review a craft beer, this week it's an IPA from Founders!