His diminished velocity from a couple seasons ago has basically been fully restored, and Verlander is putting up ridiculous numbers in his new digs. He will call Minute Maid Park home until at least 2020 so, for the next two seasons, Verlander should should remain in the upper echelon of fantasy starters
Jake Barry and his beard are free agents this winter. What will his suitors be shopping for, exactly?
Where did we hit, and where did we miss (and where did we miss badly) in predicting 2017?
Judge’s ability to adjust bodes well for improvement.
No sign of any “Go-Two” guys in the AL this week, but there’s always Kershaw and Scherzer in the NL.
George Bissell and Mark Barry discuss the promotion of elite fantasy prospects Victor Robles, Francisco Mejia, J.P. Crawford, and Walker Buehler before diving into their latest #FreeAgentFriday selections including Kevin Kiermaier, Matt Olson, Lucas Giolito, Dillon Peters and more…
Who gets two starts next week? Poor Nick Pivetta. Yay for Jacob deGrom.
What does Kevin Kiermaier have to do in order to get himself picked up around here?
George Bissell and Mark Barry recorded before the late-night Justin Verlander trade, but discussed the Angels unexpected deal for Justin Upton before bringing on Wilson Karaman of the BP prospect team to analyze notable September call-ups including Luke Weaver, Jack Flaherty, Alex Verdugo, Wilmer Font, Ryan McMahon, Walker Buehler and Tyler Glasnow.
The return of Shin-Soo Choo, the underrated value of Scott Schebler, Luis Valbuena and Wilmer Difo, and the promise of Andrew Heaney.
“Go-Two Guys” include Jake Arrieta, Carlos Martinez, Dallas Keuchel and Justin Verlander
George Bissell and Mark Barry banter about Rich Hillâ€™s near no-hitter, the infamous Yankees and Tigers brawl and discuss their picks for the latest BP Free Agent Watch.