Staying away from players who might decline is the conventional wisdom of fantasy baseball, but there’s value to leverage in that age group.
Identifying which of the early-season thieves are flukes and which will keep running should help you corner the stolen base market in your league.
Investors are buying on Randy Wolf and Jarrod Washburn and selling on Felix Hernandez. Such are the vagaries of the market…
Jim flashes back to last month, when an unlikely source gave one young reporter the story of a lifetime.
Fantasy owners who bagged first-year players have received a mixed bag of performances early on.
A few young arms are primed to deliver on their promise, while the Bartolo Colon bandwagon makes room for more passengers.
Which players would benefit from greener pastures? You may want to stock a couple on your fantasy squad, in case they find their way to a starting spot with another club.
Jeff begins with a defense of the deep AL- or NL-only fantasy format before discussing the pitchers he likes enough to own in multiple leagues.
Can a couple of former A’s starters keep up their hot starts, or will MLB hitters–and the market–bring their stock back to Earth?
If you’re in multiple leagues, you probably have a few players on all of them. Jeff talks about who he seemed to wind up with, and why.
Hot off of yesterday’s chat, Jeff checks in with the players whose stocks have been the most volatile.
Most times, you want to stand pat in the early going–but not with these guys.
If you want to procure saves for your fantasy larder, you need to dig down some clubs’ depth charts.
If you have top waiver priority in your league and are wondering who to spend it on, you’ve come to the right place.
Jeff pops over from Rotowire with some advice on how to handle the delicate matter of early-season roster management in your fantasy leagues.