I have never been a big Klayman fan, although I guiltily read it all. I acknowledge he writes concise and well, but he doesn’t offer much if any perspective to help fantasy owners. I realize it is a very tough job to write a fantasy column.
Most fantasy columns either look at weekly matches for pitchers and hitters, prospects coming up in the near future, or potential FA players who could get unexpected value due to injuries and trades. Pretty much guys who write fantasy columns try and fill their stories with content that could help from newbies to advanced fantasy owners. The good ones back it up with statistics and constantly reply to their scrutiny and critiques.
Klayman knows baseball and writes well but he has just an average blog where he goes on rants about under performing players from his teams IMHO. I hardly ever see where he offers much constructive information that could help fantasy owners.
I can relate to his latest article though……………., I cant help but read about all content I can get my hands on including his. I just don’t look up to him from the fantasy perspective like I do MLB’s other writers, most of Rotoworld’s writers, and a few from Sportsline. He writes a good column but I don’t see it as anything tons of other people couldn’t do adequately.