Bret examines whether starting pitchers are worth using in fantasy as soon as they reach the bigs.
Bret explains how you can use pitchers’ upcoming (or just-passed) schedules to your advantage.
Gyorko is splitting time between second and third base to begin the season, but will eventually move to the keystone full-time.
The young Red Sox center fielder shows up earlier than expected, but is he ready to contribute right now?
Jose Fernandez makes the Marlins roster; will skip the high-minors in 2013
Bret reveals some of his favorite players to target late in drafts, as the pickings get slim.
The defending Triple Crown winner earns his own perch at the top, and the party might be over after tier three.
What once was a big three is now a lone star and two lesser studs; beyond that, the keystone pickings get slim in a hurry.
A look at five erstwhile top 100 prospects that could have surprising fantasy value in 2013.
Bret gives you a step-by-step rundown of his preparation process for annual auctions.
Bubba Starling is the best of the rest, as Bret and Josh take you through the second half of their dynasty-league prospect rankings.
Jurickson Profar and Oscar Taveras lead off the first half of Bret’s and Josh’s rankings.
There are plenty of home runs to go around at the hot corner, but plan to get your steals elsewhere.
This quintet includes a fragile second baseman, two catchers, and a couple of big whiffers.