2020 MLB Draft Guide: Waiver Priority & FAAB Budgets
Ryan Hallam covers the various waiver systems in fantasy baseball and offers his strategies to winning at each and every one.
We pour hours of research into the draft. As soon as we hear that beautiful phrase “pitchers and catchers” our minds can’t stop thinking about baseball. We stress the most over that first round pick. Who do we anchor our team with this year? We stress ourselves out so much, change our minds, argue with people on Twitter, but the sad part is the first round pick is one of the least important decisions you will make. Most of the top 12-15 are going to be good players. Yeah, injuries happen which you can’t predict, and there might be a dud or two in there, but generally the entire draft is just the baseline for your fantasy team. Just think of your team last year, how different did your roster look in September from when you drafted in March? The answer is likely extremely different.
While you will likely do some trading, the team looks so different (and hopefully better) because of one reason. There is no better friend to a fantasy baseball player than the waiver wire. Fantasy...