It's that time. Actually it will be that time many times this season (what an intelligent sentence Mr. Flowers). That time is the first of every month at which time we will update our 2014 MLB Player Rankings. Nearly 500 players will be listed in the rankings which you will have access to. Tiers will be in there. Mixed, NL and AL rankings will be available. You'll be able to download the whole thing into a spreadsheet as well for easy access because who doesn't like easy access?

All you need to do to gain access is to be part of our Assistant GM package (those of you who are already signed up, nothing changes for you). For those of you who are new to the game, two things for you (those of you that are already part of the team need only pay attention to step two).

(1) Sign up for the Assistant GM Package.

(2) Visit the PLAYER RANKINGS page.

Best of luck to you all. Heck, you don't need luck, you've got the 2014 Player Rankings from Fantasy Alarm to guide you. It's everyone else that will need a heaping helping of luck.



Bryan Shisler 

Scratch that - #50

Bryan Shisler 

Interested why you don't feel Alex Wood is a top 100 going forward. As an owner of Wood with a few of your top 100 on the WW, should I be looking to add/drop for a guy like T Walker?

Ray Flowers 

brischilz - MadBum figured it out yeserday. He should be fine. See - That's a good staff you got there. Alonso over Hicks, but not by much. Pass. You dont want to take on an expensive Heyward if youre given up cheap, elite talent in Taveras and Bryant. Do smallser. The B for Heyward, Krod deal would be great, though hard to see how it would be accepted.

Ray Flowers 

Zeevi Becker - On McHugh -

Zeevi Becker 

C. McHugh? Who?! Any thoughts on him?


Hi Ray...I'm getting a little panicky(if that's a word) and I'm trying to stay grounded. 5X5(obp in place of avg.) H2H NL only auction keeper league. I'm off to a very poor start and need some advice. My pitching is strong on paper MadBum, Samardzjia, Teheran, Cingrani, Peralta, Beckett, Kenley, and Papelbon. MadBum struggling and Cingrani a couple rough outings and DL stint now along with Kenley not so Kenley-like. I lost Harper, WilRamos, and Ruggiano to DL. Bourjos and Travis Snyder have been bad. Seth Smith and Segura been banged up. With all these issues I've been scrambling trying to fill spots. I recently added B.Hicks and Lageres. Hicks is in my Util spot and dropped Snyder and Bourjos. Yonder Alonso is he a better add then Hicks? My ultimate question is: We have 3 bench spots. My bench consists of Kris Bryant($1 cost to keep next yr), Oscar Taveres($6 next yr), and Harper. I've been offered Heyward(expensive next yr), Frazier($14), KROD, E.Santana (or) Fister for Bryant, Taveras, and Peralta. This trade would help me fill holes in my lineup now, but definately does not guarantee me to win the league. I know that Bryant and Taveres are 2 of the top 5 hitting prospects and am hesitant to deal them. My lineup is now WilRamos, Morneau, N.Walker, Segura, MrkReynolds, MattAdams, Bruce, Lagares, SethSmith, Gattis, Brandon Hicks. Adding Heyward and Frazier would get Heyward in my OF and then I could play the matchup for Smith/Lagares and Frazier would go in my util spot over Hicks. Would you consider the deal offered to me for those prospects? Would you tweak the deal at all? Maybe Bryant for Heyward and KROd? or hold tight with the prospects and take this season as a building year? I'm one that always plays for the now, but I also want to be realistic and not give up the farm for nothing. The current offer would be me giving up Bryant, Taveres, Lageres, and Beckett/Peralta(i choose) for Heyward, Frazier, KROD and E.Santana/Fister(my choice). Would u pull the trigger? If so, which pitchers would u include in the deal? Sorry for the lengthy question...I really appreciate all that you do for your listeners. Thank You!!!!! Brian

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About Ray Flowers

The co-host of The Drive on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio (Sirius 210, XM 87: Mon-Thurs 7 PM, Fri. 9 PM EDT), Ray also hosts a show Sunday night (7-10 PM EDT). Ray has spent years squirreled away studying the inner workings of the fantasy game to the detriment of his personal life. Specializing in baseball, football and hockey, some consider him an expert in all three.

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