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Reassessing ADP: Picks 201-300 - Bases Loaded Podcast

Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is is rolling solo in this round of ADP review. First time in a while. Let's have some fun!

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Reassessing ADP: Picks 201-300

Mike Kurland dives into recent ADP data. We took ADP from January, 1, 2020 through March, 31, 2020 and matched it up with ADP data from April 1, 2020 through June 1, 2020 and discussed the bigger movers, interesting changes and a few players we may be on now that we weren't on prior to the shortened season. Enjoy part two of the series!

A few names we discussed include:

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MLB Draft Review and More with Chris Welsh - Bases Loaded Podcast


Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is joined by Chris Welsh (@IsItTheWelsh) and they dive into the MLB draft.

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MLB Draft Review and More with Chris Welsh

Mike is Joined by Chris Welsh (@IsItTheWelsh) and they dive into the MLB draft. They also discuss prospecting as a whole and the process of scouting. We dive into a ton of great info. We discuss:

  • The process of scouting
  • A first round breakdown highlighting the 5 best values and the 5 worst
  • Best draft as a whole
  • Later round picks who will have fantasy upside
  • Snubs
  • Unsigned free agents
  • And so much more!

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Reassessing ADP - Picks 101-200 - Bases Loaded Podcast


Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is joined by Mike Simione (@SpStreamer) of RotoBaller. They dive into recent ADP data.

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Reassessing ADP: Picks 101-200

Mike Kurland and Mike Simione dive into recent ADP data. We took ADP from January, 1, 2020 through March, 31, 2020 and matched it up with ADP data from April 1, 2020 through June 1, 2020 and discussed the bigger movers, interesting changes and a few players we may be on now that we weren't on prior to the shortened season. Enjoy part two of the series!

A few names we discussed include:

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Reassessing ADP - Picks 1-100 - Bases Loaded Podcast


Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is joined by Jorge Montanez of RotoBaller (@Roto_Nino). They dive into recent ADP data.

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Reassessing ADP: Picks 1-100

Mike Kurland and Jorge Montanez dive into recent ADP data. We took ADP from January, 1, 2020 through March, 31, 2020 and matched it up with ADP data from April 1, 2020 through June 1, 2020 and discussed the bigger movers, interesting changes and a few players we may be on now that we weren't on prior to the shortened season. Enjoy part one of the series!

A few names we discussed include:

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BloomBoards and More with Ryan Bloomfield - Bases Loaded Podcast

What's up RotoBallers! Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is joined by Ryan Bloomfield of Baseball HQ to discuss all things fantasy baseball!

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BloomBoards and More with Ryan Bloomfield

Mike Kurland is joined by Ryan Bloomfield of Baseball HQ as we discuss the origin of his fantasy baseball background, Bloomboards, player evaluations and much more. Check it out!

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A Cup of Joe - Bases Loaded Podcast

What's up RotoBallers! Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is joined Joe Drake of Pitcherlist, Prospects 365  and many other places as well!

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A Cup of Joe feat. Joe Drake

We take a dive into learning about how Joe got his start in the industry, his experience taking a driveline course and becoming certified and discuss how it has assisted in his fantasy analysis. We get into a few other topics along the way as well!

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A Stroll Down Memory Lane - Bases Loaded Podcast

What's up RotoBallers! Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is joined by Jorge Montanez (@Roto_Nino) and Zach Braff (@braffz) as they celebrate their 100th episode!

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A Stroll Down Memory Lane - Bases Loaded Podcast

They go a different direction in this episode.They dive into all the memories from the start of the podcast, how they came together, how they've grown and where they're heading. This is a behind-the-scenes look at things. We also discuss the industry as a whole and gave shoutouts to a ton of analysts and how they've helped us grow.

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Explaining the Struggles of Andrew Benintendi

I, along with many others, was greatly disappointed with Andrew Benintendi in 2019. Last year he was supposed to take a step forward. Unfortunately, he instead took a giant step backward. What happened exactly? Is this what to expect from Benintendi going forward?

These are the type of answers I seek to provide answers to.

Before diving deep into what went wrong, I like to look at the surface stats. Last season, Benintendi posted 72 runs, 13 home runs, 68 RBI and 10 stolen bases. This was accompanied by a triple-slash of .266/.343/.431. Although he only played in 138 games, the triple-slash numbers were all career-worst marks. He still managed to put up double-digit steals and home runs but it was not nearly enough production to justify the draft price he cost entering 2019. He was every bit of a draft day bust in terms of fantasy baseball goes but now comes the time to dive in deeper and figure out what went wrong.

 

Plate Discipline

The best place to start when analyzing a player's performance is typically with plate discipline metrics; it gives you an instant look of possible changes in the profile.

Taking a quick look, he literally took a step backwards in every metric. With those steps back, Andrew Benintendi posted career-worse marks in:

  • O-Swing% - 33.0%
  • O-Contact% - 82.6%
  • Contact% - 77.3%
  • SwStr% - 11.6%

Although a lot of these numbers are close to league average, they are far off his career norms. The most eye-popping being the gain of O-Swing% and SwStr%. The O-Swing% was 4% higher than any previous season and the SwStr% almost doubled compared to any previous season. After posting past rates of 7.4%, 7.6% and 7.5%, Benintendi managed to put up a SwStr% of 11.6%.

Benintendi also had career-high marks in overall Swing% as well as Z-Swing%. This added aggression at the plate paired with more swing-and-miss is not exactly the kind of correlation you are hoping to see.

 

Advanced Stats

Right away, you see Benintendi took a step back in walk rate and the strikeout rate in 2019. The 9.6% walk rate he posted was better than league average but was his lowest walk rate since 2016. The strikeout rate was also about league average at 22.8%.

This was a career-worst mark and 6.8% higher than 2018 and 5.8% higher than 2017. Essentially, the swing-and-miss noted in his plate discipline is evident and a direct cause for the increased strikeout rate.

Benintendi’s BABIP was the second highest of his career at .333 and just about inline with his .328 BABIP from 2018. This will vary, but it seems sustainable. His wRC+ was still at 100 which is league average. The wOBA was also a career-worst at .330 which isn’t a surprise considering the way things have been trending at this point.

 

Batted Ball Data

Andrew Benintendi has very interesting batted ball data.

You can see the GB% of 38.3% was down from 2018. That was accompanied by a career-best FB% of 40.7%.

That is what you want to see, right?

Typically, yes you would, but this led to less than desirable results. Although Benintendi made an obvious emphasis to get the ball in the air, the desired results did not follow. We saw a career-high infield fly ball rate (or IFFB%) of 10.3% and the second lowest HR/FB he has ever posted of 7.9%. Obviously this is not the desired outcome when you see the ball being put in the air more.

When a player puts the ball in the air more and adds aggression to his profile, you sometimes see some emphasis placed on pulling the ball more. This is usually in order to maximize potential power output. Well, this was not the case for Andrew Benintendi. As you can see, he pulled the ball less in 2019 and put more up the middle. This would hurt the power production a bit due to not being a natural power hitter. There were some changes we will get to shortly that could explain this change.

 

Splits

Benintendi typically struggles verse lefties but hits right-handed pitching well. However, 2019 was a bit of a different story. He has a career .247 batting average against left-handed pitchers but crushes right-handed pitchers to a tune of .287.

In 2019, Benintendi hit better against left-handed pitchers than he did verse right-handed pitchers. Hitting for a batting average of .269 against said lefties and just .265 against righties. This growth verse lefties could be encouraging if it sustains but if he can pair this growth with regression to the career norms verse righties, we could see a more complete hitter in Benintendi.

Beyond the split differences, Benintendi also struggled with offspeed and breaking pitches more than usual.

Since 2016, he never hit under .250 against offspeed pitches, yet last season Benintendi hit only .167 against them. The xBA against offspeed pitches was 69 points higher at .236. This is potentially another indicator that he was a bit unlucky and could suggest a little more positive regression heading his way.

 

Tangible Change

It has become pretty well known that Andrew Benintendi had a swing change take place in 2019. The earliest I could find the swing change while I was watching video was 7/21/2019 against the Orioles. You can see a clear change in the stance.

On the left shows the new batting stance he started on 7/21/2019 and on the right was the old stance prior to the change. If you watch the video or look at the picture there were changes in the stances.

The changes noticed:

  • Closed his stance
  • Less pre-swing bat movement
  • Less of a leg kick

We can see there is a clear change in his stance and approach but did it pay dividends?

Taking a look at some of the ratio data, you can see a few clear changes in the production after the swing change.

The drop in walk rate and strikeout rate suggest he may have been a bit more aggressive at the plate. You also see improvements in batting average and slugging percentage as well. The change in approach seemed to pay some dividends on the surface.

Diving a bit deeper into things, this is the batted ball data.

Closing the stance would explain why Benintendi pulled the ball less and put it up the middle more. Typically, you want players to not hit less fly balls, but this may have been a good change in his profile. He dropped the fly balls but increased the line drive rate by 7.7%. That fits his skill set better as he is not a power first type of hitter. This will, however, play better for his batting average as a whole.

Although he hit less fly balls, it appears the quality of the fly balls improved. His HR/FB doubled. That efficiency would make up for drop in fly ball rate and it would also explain the gain in slugging percentage after the swing change.

Lastly, I will take a look at some plate discipline numbers.

There are actually some interesting findings. The swinging strike rate still remained uncharacteristically high and the contact rates slightly improved, while the aggression is noted in the increase in O-Swing. He did make less contact with pitches in the zone but he improved the contact on pitches out of the zone by 3.5%.

There isn't a whole lot to take away from this that we didn't already cover earlier when it was broken down previously. I expect regression to the mean as he resets his approach entering 2020.

 

Statcast Data

The Statcast data for Andrew Benintendi does show he could be due for some positive regression in the power numbers of all things. His .461 xSLG which was 30 points higher than his actual SLG of .431 that he produced for the year. This xSLG lines up pretty closely to the slugging percentage we started seeing after the swing change, so it may be a true indication of things to come.

Benintendi posted career-high marks in barrel rate (8.1%) and hard hit percentage (37.7%). Essentially the quality of contact is also at it's best. Pair that with the expected slugging percentage and maybe the power will play up. This is actually the third straight season we have seen an improvement in the barrel rate for Benintendi.

One of the biggest statistics that stand out is the launch angle. It took a huge jump from 12.6 degrees in 2018 to 17.3 degrees in 2019. That was 2.9 degrees higher than any launch angle of any previous season. As you can see, the launch angle slowly came back down as the season went on. Right around the time of the batting stance change.

So although the average launch angle may tell one story, and likely explains the early season fly ball rates, it appears he got back to his usual launch angle.

 

2020 Outlook

I don't think this struggling version of the now 25 year-old Andrew Benintendi is what we should expect. I doubt he has suddenly fallen off a cliff. Prior to the injury in the second half, we saw him attempting to correct the issues he was having for the first half of the season. If the swing change and production that followed can continue into 2020, we can see a good bounce back campaign for Benintendi.

He may just be who he is though. People often hold onto hope of him taking a step forward but maybe there is just a happy medium of production. I could easily see a player who annually puts up 20 to 25 home runs, with 15 or so stolen bases and hit .270-plus. That is a solid player and fantasy contributor.

In spring training, prior to things getting shut down, he posted a triple-slash of .286/ .348/ .824 with one home run and one stolen base. Albeit in just 23 plate appearances, it appeared he was on the right track and getting back into good habits. Production in spring training is not necessarily an indication of things to come but in this case, it is definitely something you want to see from a player who is coming off the year Andrew Benintendi just did.

At the end of the day, the 104 ADP is about the right price for the time being. Although I‘d say you're getting him at his floor value with a chance to profit a bit. You should grab a few shares and see if he can get back to the production he posted just 2 seasons ago.

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Roster Stabilizers - Bases Loaded Podcast

What's up RotoBallers! Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is joined by Jorge Montanez (@Roto_Nino) and Zach Braff (@braffz)are back at it and we are discussing roster stabilizers!

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Fantasy Baseball Strategies and Listener Q&A

We discuss what they are, give you nine players that we feel fit the mold and why they are valuable to you.

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Drafting First Overall In Rotisserie Formats

I really do believe there’s no such thing as too much draft strategy. There are a lot of factors that play into draft selections. I will be discussing topics ranging from positional scarcity to team construction and many things in between. The idea is to go into my strategy and targets through the first 10 rounds of a draft.

Why the first 10 rounds? Well, I believe that is the foundation of your fantasy roster and having a solid plan in place to attack the first 10 rounds can really set your team up for the middle and later rounds of the draft.

Lastly, I will be covering both 12-team and 15-team leagues as we go through the first 10 rounds. I will be utilizing NFBC ADP and discussing my targets each round per format. My targets will align with who is available per the ADP.

 

Round 1

There are a few things to consider prior to making your selection. A few of those things are:

  • How do you want to build your team?
  • Who can fall to me in the second round?
  • Is it a 12-team or 15-team league?

With the first overall pick, you get to set yourself up with a five-category producer. The usual players you’re deciding between offer a combination of floor and ceiling that the rest of the league doesn’t have access to and because of this, you already have a huge upper hand. You should also consider how you want to attack stolen bases. Stolen bases are at a premium this season and they are a key factor in making early-round decisions.

Don’t forget, this player is your team's foundation and you have to build upon him. I will say this a couple times throughout the article, but ALWAYS look ahead and try to figure out who will be there to choose from in the next round. This will always aid in your draft choice. At the end of the day, picking first overall is not the place to start taking chances.

There’s truly no wrong answer between the usual three players being considered for the first pick - Mike Trout, Ronald Acuna, and Christian Yelich. The only point I would like to drive home is I would not take a pitcher like Gerrit Cole here. I have seen it done and it not something I can recommend.

My Targets:

12-Team League – Pick 1.01: Mike Trout

15-Team League – Pick 1.01: Ronald Acuna

Why the discrepancy? It’s simple. In a 12-team league, there are fewer teams and speed will be easier to come by. With that said, Mike Trout is by far the highest-floor player in fantasy and in a shallower format where speed is an easier commodity to come by, I lean towards the higher-floor foundation. In a 15-team league, there are going to be less stolen base options throughout the draft and I want to address steals earlier and get them out of the way instead of scrambling for them later on. This is why I lean toward Ronald Acuna.

 

Round 2 and Round 3

From here on out you will be making back-to-back picks. There are pros and cons to picking at the turn, so you have to keep a few things in mind.

First, you need keep in mind you’re not picking for quite some time. This takes some planning forward. This is where looking ahead matters the most. If you plan for the worst case scenario of players that can fall to you in the following rounds, you will be able to anticipate what you will have available. This will really aid you in making the proper selections this round.

Second, you need to anticipate possible positional or category runs. This will factor more as the draft unfolds.

Now it’s is time to build on that high floor you established with the first overall pick. With these picks, I tend to attack the hitting side of things. However, on occasion I’ll mix in my first starting pitcher here as well. There are still a few speed options here, so taking advantage of any high-end speed options on the board to pair with the speed you took in the first is also a great idea.

Just a friendly reminder that speed is at a premium. Taking the speed now will leave you not chasing one-category contributors later. In turn, you are set up to take advantage of players who may fall as people scramble for stolen bases later.

My Targets:

12-Teamers – Picks 2.24 & 3.25: J.D. Martinez, Ozzie Albies, Starling Marte, Mike Clevinger, Luis Castillo

15-Teamers – Picks 2.30 & 3.31: Ozzie Albies, Starling Marte, Mike Clevinger, Xander Bogaerts

There is not a lot of fluctuation here. Be ready to pounce on some names that may fall that shouldn't. Players falling beyond their typical ADP is more likely in 12-team leagues. Players like J.D. Martinez or Anthony Rendon have fallen to the 2/3 turn in a number of 12 team drafts and I would prioritize grabbing one of them. This is a prime example of why ADP is strictly a tool to utilize and not a rule to follow. In a 12-team league, I mostly draft the best available player in the early rounds. I will still look at starting pitching here but I’m less likely to put an emphasis on it.

In a 15-team league I will typically take my first starting pitcher with one of the two picks on the turn here. This is due to the fact that starting pitchers thin out rather quickly compared to shallower leagues and I always like to get a starting pitcher with ace level potential to lead my pitching staff.

 

Round 4 and Round 5

You’ve now set yourself up nicely with a good foundation on offense. You should have a high floor in speed and batting average. Power may be lacking as well as RBI production because of that. The players falling to this part of the draft are typically better power hitters anyway so this plays perfectly to your team's need. This is exactly why looking ahead is so important. If you have an idea that these types of players typically fall to this point it allows you to construct a team built on the opposite stats ahead of time.

If you managed to grab some power and speed on the turn and avoided pitching, that is fine too. There are still very good pitchers to grab here. The only difference is I may consider taking two here actually to shore up my rotation.

By passing on that ace tier, grabbing two starting pitchers here could be a way to hedge your bet. We are also entering a tier of hitters where very little stand out from one another. It is a rather large tier and there’s a chance one falls back to you all the way in the next round that you weren’t expecting. You can’t bank on that happening by any means, but if any type of player or skill set would fall to you it would be a player within this rather large tier of similar talent level.

My Targets:

12-Teamers – Picks 4.48 & 5.49:  Manny Machado, Matt Olson, Chris Paddack, Charlie Morton, Lucas Giolito, Giancarlo Stanton, Clayton Kershaw

15-Teamers – Picks 4.60 & 5.61: Manny Machado,  Jose Abreu, Giancarlo Stanton, Tyler Glasnow, Yoan Moncada, Trevor Bauer, Tommy Pham

Now you start to see the bigger difference in the players available to you based on league size. Again, your targets (or mine) will fluctuate based on said availabilty. There are always surprises and values that fall in drafts at times and you need to be willing to adapt. Regardless, there are two different ways to draft based on league type. Draft to your strengths.

 

Round 6 and Round 7

By the time I reach this portion of the draft, I typically have two starting pitchers and three hitters. That is ideal for me personally. However, you’re still focusing on your core and if for some reason you went hitter heavy and only have one or no pitchers, then now is when you likely would address that need. If you stacked pitching early on, then you would attack hitters. But for this exercise, we will assume you took a similarly balanced approach as I would.

Here is where I like to go with two hitters. I feel the value in the hitters available outweigh the pitchers that are available. Because I draft so much and study the ADP relentlessly, I typically have an idea of the players who will be available here for me and I feel the hitters are far more valuable. Because of this, I always set myself up to be looking at offense at this point in the draft. I may mix in a closer on occasion as well.

My Targets:

12-Teamers – Picks 6.72 & 7.73: Josh Donaldson, Nelson Cruz, Josh Bell, Eugenio Suarez, Aroldis Chapman, Roberto Osuna, Tommy Pham, Jose Berrios

15-Teamers – Picks 6.90 & 7.91: Josh Donaldson, Eugenio Suarez, Roberto Osuna, Lance Lynn, Tim Anderson, Carlos Correa

 

Round 8 and Round 9

We are entering the time in the draft where guessing what may fall to you is very tough to do. ADP is not followed nearly as closely so you cannot bank on any player falling to you beyond here. You need to take the player that best suits your team needs.

This is also the point in the draft, regardless of league size, I grab my first closer typically. I do not need two high-end closers, but I like having at least one I can count on for saves and be that steady source of saves. I will then typically grab two closers at the back end of the middle rounds or grab them in the late rounds to round off my team. This causes me to be aggressive on the waiver wire when seeking saves in-season.

Also, to this point, I only have two starting pitchers typically. The pitchers available here are all solid mid-rotation types. I am not married to a starter here if I get a closer, but if I don’t take a closer here, I definitely grab a starter. Ultimately, I would l like to target hitters here but, I end up going with a starting pitcher and closer here to get my team back to a balanced roster. My team goes from having five hitters and two pitchers, to having five hitters and four pitchers. I always aim to stay balanced and build a solid base to both sides of my roster.

My Targets:

12-Teamer – 8.96 & 9.97: Lance Lynn, Kenley Jansen, Corey Kluber, Jesus Luzardo, Carlos Correa, Cavan Biggio, Miguel Sano, Zach Wheeler

15-Teamers – Picks 8.120 & 9.121: Max Kepler, Tim Anderson, Kyle Schwarber, James Paxton, Franmil Reyes, Zac Gallen, Ken Giles

 

Round 10

This is far from the end of your draft, but the first ten rounds are definitely the foundation to your fantasy team. A solid foundation is essential to winning your fantasy leagues. You can strike gold off the waiver wire or hit big in the later rounds, but it’s all for nothing if you put your team in a hole to start off due to the poor foundation.

At this point in the draft my team is pretty balanced and now I take either the best value that falls to me or I target specific team needs. I build the remaining of this team around what statistic I am weakest on as that pick comes up. I essentially ignore ADP and get my guy. You cannot depend on players to fall to you so you have to make the picks that make most sense for your overall roster construction.

My Targets:

12-Teamers – Pick 10.120: Kyle Schwarber, Franmil Reyes, James Paxton, Justin Turner, Lance McCullers Jr., Carlos Carrasco

15-Teamers – Pick 10.150: Kenta Maeda, Lance McCullers Jr., J.D. Davis, Carlos Martinez, Willie Calhoun, Jorge Polanco, Matthew Boyd, Yasiel Puig

Keep in mind that come draft day, players may fall who you don't expect. Be ready to adapt accordingly. Stay tuned for more fantasy baseball content from us over here at RotoBaller!

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Latest MLB Proposal, Draft Strategies & Listener Mailbag - Bases Loaded Podcast

What's up RotoBallers! Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is joined by Jorge Montanez (@Roto_Nino) and Zach Braff (@braffz) as they dive into MLB’s latest proposal and hit a few other topics along the way.

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Mind Games with Riley Robbins - Bases Loaded Pod

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We are taking look at the mental aspect of the game and sprinkle in some discussion from the coaching view as well. Both of these guys have coaching and/or playing experience and it gives you a different outlook at the game. I hope you find this information useful and enjoy the show!

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Fantasy Baseball Points Leagues Targets

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Dynasty Price Check and Player Values - Bases Loaded Podcast

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Dynasty Values For Fantasy Baseball

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All Things Fantasy Baseball with Cory Ott

Mike Kurland is joined by Cory Ott (@Cory5Ott) who is a contributor to SPStreamer.com and Prospects365.com. We dive into his background in analytics and overall how he broke in to the fantasy baseball industry. We also dive into how playing college baseball has helped him be a better analyst. Not to mention, we discussed the "eye test". Some much to unpack on this one. Check it out!

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What's up RotoBallers! Tune into this latest episode as Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) and Doug Ishikawa (@CoachingIsh) discuss all things fantasy baseball. 

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Starting Pitchers and Rotations To Target

We dive into how Doug started in the industry and what he currently does as a contributor for SPStreamer.com. We then get into rotations he likes to target pitchers from, and we end with three players that he's in and out on. This is a fun one, check it out!

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Points League Strategies: Starting Pitchers, Relief Pitchers & Streaming

What's up RotoBallers! Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) and Mike Simione (@SPStreamer) discuss starting pitcher and relief pitcher strategies in fantasy baseball points league formats, and how to address pitchers with the shortened season.

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Pitching, Pitching, Pitching - Points Leagues

In addition to fantasy baseball strategies for points formats, we also discuss streaming as well. Check it out!

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Points Leagues All-Value Team - Bases Loaded Pod

What's up RotoBallers! Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) and Jorge Montanez (@Roto_Nino) are back. We are coming to you with our 'All-Value' team for fantasy baseball points leagues today.

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Fantasy Baseball Points Leagues Targets

We decided to go ahead and dive into fantasy baseball points leagues and attack them a bit differently. We go position by position, analyzing players we like the values of.

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Bases Loaded Pod: Player Evaluations And Discussing Your Trades

Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland), Montanez (@Roto_Nino) and Zach Braff (@BraffZ) are back. We reached out on Twitter for players you wanted to hear more about, and trades you asked for us to breakdown.

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Breaking Down Your Fantasy Baseball Trades

There were a lot of distractions in this episode but it is still jam packed with info. Check it out!

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Bases Loaded Podcast: Change In NL Fantasy Baseball Player Values

Mike Kurland and Jorge Montanez are back with part two of the player value change review and now we move over to cover every team in the National League and discuss what this break in action means for the fantasy value of various players. In case you missed part one, you can hear the American League breakdown.

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Change In Player Values - Part 2: Covering The NL

Check out our thoughts and join us as we dive into some great and overall thought provoking conversation. You can listen here directly through RotoBaller or subscribe today on your preferred podcast platform.

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Bases Loaded Podcast: Change In AL Fantasy Baseball Player Values

Join Mike Kurland and Jorge Montanez, as they get together to review every team in the American League and discuss what this break in action means for the fantasy value of various players. In case you missed part two, you can hear the National League breakdown.

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Change In Player Values - Part 1: Covering The AL

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Bases Loaded Podcast: All Things Fantasy Baseball W/ Scott Bogman and Christopher Welsh

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All Things Fantasy Baseball W/ Scott Bogman and Christopher Welsh

Join Mike Kurland as he was joined by In This League's own Scott Bogman and Christopher Welsh to just discuss all things fantasy baseball. We get into how the work stoppage has effected us and our content, playing Madden, discussing various industry topics and just so much more. This was a nice change in pace and a welcomed distraction to the craziness.

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Bases Loaded Podcast: Shortstop Rankings Risers, Fallers and Sleepers


Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is joined by Jorge Montanez of RotoBaller (@Roto_Nino). They get into their shortstop rankings risers, fallers and sleepers.

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Shortstop Preview - 2020 Fantasy Baseball

Mike Kurland and Jorge Montanez discuss their updated shortstop ranks. They get into shortstop risers, fallers and sleepers. There is a lot of quick hitting info in this episode. Check it out!

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Our hosts are Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland), Mike Simione (@SPStreamer), Jorge Montanez (@Roto_Nino) and Zach Braff (@braffz). These guys are always available to answer your fantasy baseball questions on Twitter. Also, don’t forget to follow them, subscribe to the show, and review and comment on the show please!

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Bases Loaded Podcast: All Things Fantasy Baseball w/ Bobby Sylvester (@bobbyfantasypro)

Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is  joined by Bobby Sylvester (@bobbyfantasypro) and they discuss all things fantasy baseball!

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All Things Fantasy Baseball w/ Bobby Sylvester (@bobbyfantasypro)

Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is joined by Bobby Sylvester (@bobbyfantasypro) and they discuss all things fantasy baseball! We touch on how he got started in the industry, his player valuations and we finish up with a few names he is targeting and avoiding for the 2020 season.

A few names we discussed include:

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Bases Loaded Podcast: Starting Pitcher Rankings Risers, Fallers and More!

Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland)and Sp Streamer revisit their starting pitcher ranks and discuss how their evaluations may have changed on a few players.

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Starting Pitcher Rankings Risers, Fallers and More!

Mike Kurland and Sp Streamer revisit their starting pitcher ranks and discuss how their evaluations may have changed on a few players. They finish up by talking about who got snubbed and who they are planting their flag on. Check it out and we hope you enjoy!

A few names we discussed include:

This is just a few names! We discussed so much more

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Bases Loaded Podcast: Happy TGFBI Day! - TGFBI Strategy & Day 1 ADP Data

Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) isjoined by Sp Streamer and Zach Braff and they discuss all things happening in their TGFBI drafts.

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Happy TGFBI Day! - TGFBI Strategy & Day 1 ADP Data

Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is joined by SP Streamer and Zach Braff and they discuss all things happening in their TGFBI drafts, their draft strategy thought process through their picks as of now and much more. Quick show but packed with info.

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Our hosts Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland), Mike Simione (@SPStreamer), Jorge Montanez (@Roto_Nino) and Zach Braff (@braffz). These guys are always available to answer your fantasy baseball questions. Also, don’t forget to subscribe, review and comment on the show.

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Bases Loaded Podcast - Quality Start Episode 1

Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) and Matt Williams (@MattWi77iams) of the Turn Two Podcast come together for a new co-pod series called "Quality Start". This will be a joint effort and episodes will be found on Bases Loaded as well as the Turn Two Podcast. We are joined by Jorge Montanez (@Roto_Nino) as well for this one.

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Quality Start Episode 1 - What To Watch For In Spring Training (NL)

Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) and Matt Williams (@MattWi77iams) of the Turn Two Podcast come together for a new co-pod series called "Quality Start". This will be a joint effort and episodes will be found on Bases Loaded as well as the Turn Two Podcast. We are joined by Jorge Montanez (@Roto_Nino) as well for this one. We start off reviewing what we are watching for in spring training, starting with breaking down the NL. Check it out and we hope you enjoy!

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Bases Loaded Podcast - All Things Fantasy Baseball w/ Nick Pollack (@PitcherList)

Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is  joined by Nick Pollack (@PitcherList) and they discuss all things fantasy baseball!

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All Things Fantasy Baseball w/ Nick Pollack

Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is  joined by Nick Pollack (@PitcherList) and they discuss all things fantasy baseball! We touch on how he got started in the industry, his player valuations and we finish up with a few names he is targeting for the 2020 season. SO. MUCH. PITCHING. TALK.

A few names we discussed include:

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Our hosts Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland), Mike Simione (@SPStreamer), Jorge Montanez (@Roto_Nino) and Zach Braff (@braffz). These guys are always available to answer your fantasy baseball questions. Also, don’t forget to subscribe, review and comment on the show.

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Bases Loaded Podcast: Early Round Values

Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is joined by Jorge Montanez (@Roto_Nino) and Zach Braff (@BraffZ) and they discuss early round values. They go through and highlight a few players that are going inside the top 150 in ADP that offer a great chance to return profit.

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Early Round Draft Values

Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is joined by Jorge Montanez (@Roto_Nino) and Zach Braff (@BraffZ) and they discuss early round values. They go through and highlight a few players that are going inside the top 150 in ADP that offer a great chance to return profit. They finish off answering your fantasy baseball mailbag questions!

A few names we discussed include:

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Our hosts Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland), Mike Simione (@SPStreamer), Jorge Montanez (@Roto_Nino) and Zach Braff (@braffz). These guys are always available to answer your fantasy baseball questions. Also, don’t forget to subscribe, review and comment on the show.

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Bases Loaded Podcast - Relief Pitchers Preview

Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland) is joined by Jorge Montanez, Zach Braff and Mike Simione as they jump into their relief pitcher preview!

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Closer Ranks, Next Men Up & Middle Relievers To Target

We are continuing our positional previews for the 2020 fantasy baseball season! Mike K., Jorge, Zach and Mike S. (SP Streamer) are breaking down and discussing the all things relief pitching. We get into who should be the next men up in certain situations and middle relievers to target as well.

A few names we discussed include:

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Our hosts are Mike Kurland (@Mike_Kurland), Mike Simione (@SPStreamer), Jorge Montanez (@Roto_Nino) and Zach Braff (@braffz). These guys are always available to answer your fantasy baseball questions on Twitter. Also, don’t forget to follow them, subscribe to the show, and review and comment on the show please!

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