Twenty-five players, major-league and minor, who are worth rostering because they are on the verge of being useful fantasy partsâ€”but for whom circumstances delay their opportunities.
Twenty-five guysâ€”some top prospects, some major-leaguers alreadyâ€”who are lurking and, perhaps, ready to contribute to fantasy rosters in 2017. It’s just a matter of when.
White Sox prodigy Yoan Moncada takes over the top spot.
Julio Urias might need just a little more stretching in the minors before the Dodgers promote him. Bradley Zimmer can’t stay stuck in the minors forever. Get ready to ride the Reynaldo Lopez train!
Little has changed so far, but we do have data from early season samples to examine.
George Bissell, Mike Gianella and Greg Wellemeyer break down the latest FAAB acquisitions in Tout Wars and LABR, discuss current events, Yoan Moncadaâ€™s blazing hot start in Triple-A, and finally answer a plethora of Twitter questions.
Fantasy prospects who were hiding in plain sight all along!
There can be hidden value at the top of the lineup.
After saving at some other positions, Greg anchors his ideal squad with Joey Votto and Josh Donaldson at the infield corners.
Looking back on how our staff members fared with their ideal fantasy rosters last season.
Identifying a handful of senior-circuit prospects who are worthy of your attention.
Highlighting a handful of junior-circuit hurlers who are worthy of your attention.
Stacking up the bullpenners based on their projected fantasy values through the end of the 2019 season.
Rounding out our rankings of the rotation arms, based on their values through the end of the 2019 season.
The top 40 rotation arms, based on their fantasy values from now through 2019.