Statistics are the foundation of a good fantasy league experience. While there are a number of complicated formulas that can tell us how good a player is, the trade-off for that level of precision is that the numbers become too abstract to be counted by sitting in the stands. Professor Wayne Winston helps talk through the options.
Thanks to Bill James, the sabermetric world has been ruling fantasy baseball for decades. Although most fantasy leagues don't use a lot of sabermetric numbers, stats such as OPS and WHIP are very common in leagues today. And even if... Read Post
With Fantasy Baseball gaining in popularity over the course of the past few years, more and more league are tracking obscure statistics that impact the league's overall scoring. One of these under the radar statistics, errors, can b... Read Post