Robinson Cano is gone, but the Yankees have added intriguing fantasy options in Jacoby Ellsbury and Brian McCann.
The Giants find their left fielder, the Cubs and Marlins swap platoon bats, the Phillies fortify their rotation, and the Tigers give a job to Joba.
Jason Kipnis, Carlos Santana, and Danny Salazar headline a roster whose complementary players could be appealing in deeper formats.
Newcomer Jason Vargas is just “a guy” in fantasy leagues, but the Royals boast several returning players who are worthy of your attention.
Josh Johnson signs with San Diego, Cleveland adds David Murphy, and the Rangers and Orioles add intriguing righty relievers.
The Pale Hose might not contend in 2014, but that doesn’t mean they won’t have useful fantasy contributors.
A look at what the Braves can do to stay on top, and what their division rivals can do to improve in 2014.
With a vacant closer gig, an infield glut, and the possibility of a free-agent splash, there is ample fantasy intrigue in Arlington.
A look at what the Cardinals could do to stay on top, and what their division rivals could do to catch them.
Craig looks at how the Dodgers can help their skipper and how the other teams in their division can try to dethrone them.
The fantasy team debuts a new series, with the Astros-focused first of 30 installments.
The big man’s 2014 role is unclear, so Craig examines what that means from a fantasy perspective.
The battle of Clay Buchholz’s shoulder.
The Reds second baseman is on the big-league trade block, and a deal out of Cincinnati is likely to be bad news for his fantasy value.
The LCS Playoff Roster Construction Infographic