Some players look to be helping you out with nothing on the surface, but despite their early season struggles have been somewhat productive.
Injuries and ineffectiveness have opened the way for many reserves, meaning the Tout crew is already all over the next big things of fantasy.
Will Kyle Lohse, Wade Davis, James McDonald and Francisco Liriano keep up their performances, or is change–for better or worse–in their futures?
A slew of injuries lead to a flurry of free-agent signings.
The Josh Hamilton injury should have cleared up playing time for Mike Napoli (and even Chris Davis), but instead the pair rots on the bench. Jason discusses the why.
Jason gives his first report from Tout Wars, so you can get an idea of who the experts are targeting on waivers (and if it’s a good idea)
What can early-season baserunning trends tell us about what the rest of 2011 will bring?
How to get through the season’s first month without panicking.
Three pitchers enter the Tropicanadome, but that doesn’t mean that only one will leave with the closer job.
Jason explains his strategy and picks in Tout Wars to kick off a series that will run the season.
Jason explains his preference for Abreu and why you may want to be nervous about Davis in 2011.
Jason took part in a slow mock draft with other fantasy experts and is now here to share what he learned from the experience.
Ned Yost says he wants his first baseman to steal 10 bases in 2011–is that realistic, or insanity?
Auction keeper advice from Jason, with a little help from an ancient Chinese strategist.
Edwin Encarnacion is dismissed by many, but one of our fantasy experts tells you why you should all be fans.