A look at how players’ values have changed as a result of recent trades.
Is there reason to believe that the Nats second sacker’s offensive breakout might soon slow?
Orlando Arcia sounds more like a destination resort than a baseball player but here we are.
They paid a high price to get him, but what version of Matt Moore should the Giants expect to see?
The Giants add a power lefty for the bullpen, while the Brewers get that starting catcher they’ve been lacking for about 20 minutes.
Can the Jays lefty remain a valuable fantasy starter down the stretch, or is it time to jump ship?
The Nationals get Mark Melancon, a reliever who has been as good as Aroldis Chapman.
J.P. offers his thoughts on four hot fantasy topics.
J.P. recommends a handful of widely available players who could help your fantasy squad down the stretch.
A look at several young arms who could be knocking on the big-league door and ready to help your fantasy squad.
Very few players make the sort of progress that this Padre has at his age, but does that mean you shouldn’t buy into his breakout?
With the All-Star break upon us, J.P. dishes out some (figurative) hardware.
The Giants first baseman does something less often than every qualified hitter, and it might help him sustain his first-half success.
Eloy Jimenez, Yoan Moncada, and Jorge Mateo are among the players on the squad who might be future fantasy studs.
Is it time to sell high on the 31-year-old rookie righty, or is it actually time to buy?