March 6, 2013
As you are getting ready for your upcoming fantasy baseball draft or auction, there are a few different ways that can help you determine where there is value or a drop off in talent at each position. One way is by grouping each position into tiers to separate different levels of projected performance. By setting up tiers, it will give you a good idea how many catchers are at each level and what the chances are that someone in said level make it back to you for your next pick if you do not draft that position in the current round
Here is a look at the 2013 fantasy baseball tiers for catchers.
The problem when doing fantasy baseball projections with formulas is sometimes players get ranked higher than you really want to draft them. I always have this issue at catcher with Joe Mauer because of his average raises his price tag, but I never want to own him in a league. If you are banking on his .310+ average carrying much of his value, all i...