Unbalanced stretch-drive trades in your fantasy baseball league are strictly business.
The biggest swap of the deadline season helps both of the big names in the deal, while lost seasons begin to pile up.
Deadline deals affect the players involved, the ones they leave behind and their new teammates.
When you’re already living in fantasy, some things just come naturally.
Fantasy disappointments, and what to expect from the underperformers.
Who might get dealt from the senior circuit, and what will the impact be in fantasy leagues?
You have to look closely to see why commodities like Alex Gordon and Erik Bedard are on the rise, while traders are far less enthusiastic about Matt Cain and Roy Oswalt.
Cristian Guzman up, Andruw Jones down? That’s the market for you.
Managing your roster in-season can become particularly prescient with a little bit of homework and anticipation.
Edwin Encarnacion and Prince Fielder reestablish their value, while Freddy Garcia and Adam Kennedy fall off the map.
If you’re worrying about where some of your fantasy properties might be headed, you have reason to be.
Who’s cooking and who’s cooked in the always-sizzling fantasy sports market.
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.