This article is part of our Oak's Corner series.
We are down to two and a half weeks left in the fantasy baseball season, and a lot of leagues are tightening up as it is becoming harder and harder to fine good arms or good bats to keep in our lineup every week. We are at the time of year when managers have many more players on their bench which allows them to sit guys more often and also replace them mid-game for a platoon advantage. With so many teams out of the mix, it makes sense for managers to deal with their lineups that way, but it sure doesn't make it easy for fantasy owners setting their lineups.
I will continue to focus on trying to find some free agents who can help you for a final kick in your league, but first, with two columns left on the season, I also wanted to take a quick look at some early fades and targets (those will be next week) for the 2020 season. I am not one who drafts or does any baseball prep from October through January as I try to totally shut down the fantasy baseball for a while as to prevent any burnout, but I do like to take a look at the end of the season towards 2020 while the prior season is fresh in my mind. In doing so, I always note some fades and targets now which helps me in March when I am in full research mode and can inundated with