Todd Zola offers some strategy tips for analyzing your league's weekly FAAB bidding, and reminds you not to lose track of an early drop who might have value later in the season, such as Delino DeShields.
Todd Zola has little time for the idea that mock drafts and ADP lists are only useful if they're based on money leagues, and explains why he's willing to fade elite second basemen such as Brian Dozier.
Todd Zola has some buyer's remorse after taking Dustin Pedroia in a recent industry league, but argues it's more important to acquire value than worry about hitting statistical targets during your draft.
Todd Zola walks back his knee-jerk reaction to putting Eric Thames in the top 350, as the former Mariner makes his return to MLB with the Brewers and brings some very impressive numbers with him from Korea.
Todd Zola recaps some of the decisions he and Derek Van Riper have made as they take part in the very first draft of the 2017 season, but nabbing Mike Trout with the first overall pick was one of the easiest ones.
Todd Zola leaves some notes to himself for his 2017 drafts, including a reminder to focus more on hitting early given his knack for consistently finding valuable arms like Brandon Finnegan in the late rounds.
Todd Zola looks at how feasible it is to make up ground this late in the season in the hitting counting stats and why easier to find extra power than speed when players like Billy Hamilton dominate that category.
Todd Zola makes the case for not giving up on improving in the ratio categories this late in the season and why it's still worth adding a player who can give you a boost in those areas, such as KC's Danny Duffy.
Todd Zola breaks down the idea of using in-season park factors to gain an edge and suggests that the huge change in Marlins Park for left-handed hitters (such as division rival Bryce Harper) may not be what it seems.
Todd Zola looks under the hood of wOBA, a metric that's becoming increasingly popular in both DFS and seasonal analysis, and notes it doesn't fully capture the value of base stealers like Jonathan Villar.
Todd Zola looks at some common rules of thumb used in assembling DFS lineups and whether they are worthwhile from a statistical standpoint, including the reverse platoon split of players like Yoenis Cespedes