Have any players seen significant hits or gains to their fantasy stock due to recent trades or free-agent signings?
If the Dodgers sign the Korean hurler, what can Los Angeles and fantasy owners expect?
Our fantasy guru revisits his 10 bold predictions for the 2012 fantasy season.
The Blue Jays pull off the first big blockbuster of the winter, trading for an ace and the last remnants of last offseason’s Marlins spending spree.
Derek reviews his pre-season value picks and finds his greatest hits and misses.
“Clubhouse Confidential” is set to launch for its second season tonight, and Derek has the inside scoop from the show’s host.
Derek goes over his preseason predictions looking for mistakes.
The World Series kicks off tonight, so here’s the low-down on each team.
Derek begins reviewing his pre-season predictions, starting with the ones that made him (and you) look good.
The Tigers advance to the ALCS thanks to a dominating start by Justin Verlander.
The Athletics stave off elimination with some ninth-inning heroics.
Brett Anderson and the A’s beastly bullpen trio hold the Tigers scoreless to force a Game Four.
Detroit’s and Oakland’s starters sparkled, but the bullpens left much to be desired.
Detroit has Justin Verlander. Oakland does not. And in this five-game series, it could mean all the difference in the world.
The Athletics’ run has been fun, but it won’t be easy for it to continue against the Tigers.
The Orioles’ first playoff game, much like their season, didn’t go quite the way we expected.