Archive for 'CardRunners Fantasy'

CR – Unabashed Whining—Read At Your Own Risk

My final article of the season appeared at the site for the CardRunners Experts League this weekend, which is basically me whining about coming in second, pointing out the bad luck that plagued my team over the final weeks. Congrats to Clark Olson, who played a heck of a season. Had it not been for [...]

CR – The Reasoning Behind My Breakouts (Part 2)

At CardRunners, my latest article discusses what I saw in Alex Gordon and Curtis Granderson this season.

CR – Catching Up

Finishing up with the catching up, here are the two articles I’ve written at CardRunners Fantasy since my last post: How Well Can We Predict Saves? – The final article in my four-part series on closers, throwing all of the variables together to see how well we can predict which closers will keep their jobs [...]

BP – Catching Up On Articles

I haven’t posted them in a while, so in case you’ve missed some of my BP articles, my last three can be found here: Deadline Movers and Shakers – A look at the players who had their value affected by the Trade Deadline (both directly and indirectly) The Offensive Gamble – A look at a [...]

CR – Does Prior Experience Matter for a Closer?

Continuing my series on closers at the website for the CardRunners Experts League, I look at whether past closing experience makes a difference in whether or not a closer keeps his job. Managers seem to love guys who have a “closer’s mentality” or who are “proven closers”, and it’s interesting to see whether the numbers [...]