Identifying which of the early-season thieves are flukes and which will keep running should help you corner the stolen base market in your league.
Which players would benefit from greener pastures? You may want to stock a couple on your fantasy squad, in case they find their way to a starting spot with another club.
Jeff begins with a defense of the deep AL- or NL-only fantasy format before discussing the pitchers he likes enough to own in multiple leagues.
If you’re in multiple leagues, you probably have a few players on all of them. Jeff talks about who he seemed to wind up with, and why.
Most times, you want to stand pat in the early going–but not with these guys.
If you want to procure saves for your fantasy larder, you need to dig down some clubs’ depth charts.
Jeff pops over from Rotowire with some advice on how to handle the delicate matter of early-season roster management in your fantasy leagues.
Early scouting of which talented sleepers will inherit jobs later in the season can be crucial to your fantasy baseball team.
Rotowire’s Jeff Erickson gets in touch with his inner Reds fan and explains why he’s got hope and faith.
Jeff pops over from Rotowire to do a little bit of arbitrage, giving you suggestions on who can help you stretch your dollars or draft choices.
A number of starting pitchers will be changing leagues this year. Factoring that change into your projections is both art and science.
Jeff takes a look at a potentially foggy ethical situation in one of his leagues, and chimes in on the CDM vs. MLBAM legal battle.
Two fantasy experts go back and forth on the value of young pitchers.
Looking past the guys in a midsummer deal to the teammates and ex-teammates affected by it is a good way to find hidden fantasy value.
In RotoLand, it’s time to start thinking about where you fall in your league’s categories. Jeff has some tips about gaining some ground through trades before the season ends.