Which of these first sackers should you choose in multi-year formats?
The Brewer is on the verge of being a bona fide stud at the catcher position.
Sizing up the backstop landscape for fantasy purposes.
Wil Myers headlined the deal, but here’s what the other two teams in Wednesday’s three-way got.
Thump and speed in the lineup make up for a mediocre rotation and a possible by-committee closer situation.
We’ll be updating this as the day goes on.
A look at some ways to get your team back in contention post haste.
Coors Field can make a fantasy asset out of just about any major-league hitter.
Examining a handful of players who underperformed fantasy investments badly in 2014.
These players vastly outperformed their draft position, making them the best fantasy values of the past season.
The Mets give up a draft pick to sign Michael Cuddyer, the Angels add another pitcher, and Chris Young the hitter re-ups in New York.
Built around two superstars, the White Sox are not likely to contend, but they’ll field useful fantasy assets.
The Giants’ ace has stolen the show this postseason, and J.P. saw his outstanding 2014 coming.
The Royals center fielder has put his stamp on the postseason, but can he do the same for your fantasy team in 2015?
The slider-happy righty has pitched well since losing his ninth-inning duties, but his long-term outlook hinges on a return to the closer role.