Back in the majors after a brief return to the minors, Anthony Rendon is among the senior-circuit players worth a look on your waiver wire this week.
Josh offers seven players worthy of your waiver-wire attention, plus a wild card in the Brewers’ fluid bullpen landscape.
As his 50-game suspension comes to an end, Yasmani Grandal finds himself among this week’s list of senior-circuit players worthy of your waiver-wire attention.
Derek Dietrich, who was recently promoted by the Marlins, leads off this week’s list of senior-circuit players worthy of your fantasy attention.
Josh looks at a few players whose bats have sizzled out of the gate and explains whether you should sell high or look to acquire them.
Dodgers speedster Dee Gordon races to the top of this week’s list of possible reinforcements for your fantasy roster.
Owners in need of pitching help might want to look at Pirates lefty Francisco Liriano, who is one of eight names on this week’s list.
Brandon Belt, who delivered a walkoff single on Monday and a game-tying homer on Tuesday, is among the seven players on this week’s list.
Reds prospect Tony Cingrani, who got the call to replace Johnny Cueto, highlights this list of senior-circuit players available in most fantasy leagues.
Owners hunting for saves should have a couple of NL Central flamethrowers on their radars.
Josh offers a few methods that could help you determine whether a player’s springtime improvements are sustainable.
Although fantasy owners typically fill every position, they often leave their disabled-list spots vacant, so Josh profiles six players worth stashing.
The trio at the top won’t make it out of many first rounds, but there are values to be found in lower tiers.
The defending NL MVP is in a tier of his own, but there are plenty of intriguing options down below.
An oft-injured Padres slugger is among the quintet of players Josh is monitoring this week.
Bubba Starling is the best of the rest, as Bret and Josh take you through the second half of their dynasty-league prospect rankings.