Four postseason games, with the first pitch scheduled before breakfast on the West Coast. Previews of all four of them.
We might be in the “Era of the Pitcher,” but does that mean that the league is teeming with top-shelf arms?
A look at the pitchers who excelled in the three statistical areas fantasy owners cherish most.
If your fantasy squad needs some late-season Ks, J.P. has you covered.
Has the Cardinals righty truly become a fronline starter, or should owners look to dump him on someone who believes in his breakout?
The Cubs call up another of the most exciting prospects in the minors, as Jorge Soler takes his place in front of Wrigley’s ivy.
The Indians righty caught J.P.’s attention last week, and now might be the time to pounce.
Bret and Mike take some deeper dives into important fantasy topics of the week.
J.P. wasn’t expecting much from the Brewers righty, but he’s been pleasantly surprised.
The Brewers backstop has emerged as a darkhorse MVP candidate, but his is improvement at the plate sustainable?
Reevaluating the fantasy value of two elite hitters you may have been nervous to draft this spring.
The Pirates utility man has outperformed expectations to date, but is there reason to believe he can stay hot?
The Nationals bring up the power/speed prospect to patch up an injured outfield.
The Mets slugger is thumping like Chris Davis in 2013, but does that mean you should invest in his services?
The Mariners clear a logjam, the Tigers get another ace, and the Rays end years of speculation.
The Marlins and Astros, competitors neither, get in on the trade deadline action.