Looking past the guys in a midsummer deal to the teammates and ex-teammates affected by it is a good way to find hidden fantasy value.
Which players are on the way up? Which players are on the way down? RotoWire breaks it down.
In RotoLand, it’s time to start thinking about where you fall in your league’s categories. Jeff has some tips about gaining some ground through trades before the season ends.
Last time, RotoWire provided a look at the best young player values in the AL. Today, we turn to the NL.
Who’s hot? Who’s not? RotoWire to the rescue.
Erik begins a look at what prospects expect to produce for fantasy owners in both the short- and long-term.
One of the toughest positions to fill in fantasy also tends to experience a lot of turnover, as Jeff examines catchers getting new opportunities around the majors.
Jeff talks about the Angels’ rotation logjam before indulging in a discussion of his own fantasy fortunes.
Sometimes what we expect isn’t what happens–what can Alfonso Soriano’s big first half teach us?
Jeff identifies a few players Roto owners should pay attention to who may change teams before the trade deadline.
Anticipation isn’t just for catsup, it can win you your fantasy league. Erik explains how.
Jeff examines the running game from both sides–who is and isn’t stealing bases, and who is and isn’t preventing basestealers.
A number of players are in danger of having their roles change for the worse. Don’t be caught with them on your roster when it happens.
Erik weighs two roto strategies, and points out why one strategy doesn’t seem to work as well now that the roto “market” has shifted a bit.
Jeff uses Chien-Ming Wang to study repeatable skills that Roto owners may need to be aware of.