Keeper league owners need to start thinking about who they’re going to hang onto, and grasping positional scarcity for next year holds the key.
Rotowire gives you the latest prospect valuation in an update to its top 100 list.
Last time, RotoWire provided a look at the best young player values in the AL. Today, we turn to the NL.
Erik begins a look at what prospects expect to produce for fantasy owners in both the short- and long-term.
Sometimes what we expect isn’t what happens–what can Alfonso Soriano’s big first half teach us?
Anticipation isn’t just for catsup, it can win you your fantasy league. Erik explains how.
Erik weighs two roto strategies, and points out why one strategy doesn’t seem to work as well now that the roto “market” has shifted a bit.
Erik ignores the front-runners for a second, and checks in with some advice for the cellar-dwellers.
It may be time to throw out those old guidelines about positional production.
Leading your league in steals by a wide margin? Why hang onto Jose Reyes or Scott Podsednik? Erik Siegrist has some more advice on the stretch run.
How should a fantasy owner interpret Justin Morneau’s season? Erik Siegrist takes a look.
Fantasy team need a late-season boost? Erik Siegrist has a look at some potential reinforcements on the farm.
Major league lineups get reshuffled for the pennant drive, with stars getting extra days off and rookies seeing more playing time. Erik Siegrist at those teams and players who might impact your fantasy lineups.
Buried under bad months and brutal starts are players who could help you down the stretch. Here are our top picks for these hidden gems.
Erik looks at his own team’s predicament to extract some late-season advice that might work for you.
Erik Siegrist plays mythbuster as he delves into the supposed Home Run Derby effect.