The Orioles and Rangers, two of the least-likely teams to be playing in a wild-card game, are set to fight for their playoff lives.
The fantasy team votes on the year’s bests, worsts, and mosts.
Earlier this year, Derek wrote about what to expect from the most-hyped foreign players. Did the players comply?
Investing in top non-closers now could save you loads of money next draft day.
If an extra two wins or an extra two dozen strikeouts will make a big difference in your standings, here’s where to look.
Playing for one category might make sense this late in the season. Here are some limited players who might nonetheless pick up a point or two for you.
If a couple saves could tilt the category, you should look under every rock this month.
BABIP spikes may be tough to read, but adding another unstable stat to the mix doesn’t seem to help.
Wins might not mean much to a pitcher, but as our fantasy guru points out, they’re important in fantasy leagues. Here are some tips to rack ’em up.
As the trade deadline approaches, you might want to upgrade in your pitching-ratio categories. This might be a losing strategy.
Derek helps you parse the two-start starters in this week’s Planner.
Two talented young Diamondbacks starters with different degrees of upside join the group.
Injuries and attrition have probably wiped out at least a portion of your rotation. Here are six pitchers with upside that are probably available.
With persistence, a plan and a few well-placed risks, Derek turned around a struggling Tout Wars team.
Different teams have different priorities at this time of the year. Are steps needed to keep it from becoming a problem?
If you’re out of the money, is it fair to your league’s leaders to make trades that could affect the first-place finish? Is it fair not to?