Rob McQuown analyzes the fallout of having a Heyward-sized bomb dropped into the Atlanta outfield, and also who will play in St. Louis and Washington.
Marc explains the value of Albert Pujols as well as 2010’s main fantasy question: Heyward or Strasburg?
Michael Jong covers the catchers in Boston and St. Louis, along with the second basemen competing in Cleveland.
A bevy of pitchers coming back from surgery will need to be handled with care.
Michael Street looks at the 1B battles in Boston and Atlanta, as well as the 3B situation in Florida.
A group of young pitchers will provide challenges to the training staff.
Which Diamondback and Tiger hopefuls should you be focusing on?
Lee Panas covers the bullpens in Minnesota, Arizona, and Colorado
The Rays earn high regard, but have had to deal with expanded expense and risk.
Marc inquires about what you, dear reader, would like to see from the fantasy crew in 2010.
With Kerry Wood heading to the DL, Chris Perez gets the opportunity to close for the Tribe.
The Red Sox balance taking on injury risk with cutting-edge thinking.
Rob McQuown tries his hand at reading the tea leaves about Toronto, and breaks down the outfield situations in Cincinnati and the Bronx.
The Yankees spend a lot of money but have learned to manage injury risk.
Michael Jong covers the Angels’ and Rays’ catching tandems and the situation at shortstop for the Mets.