Matt eschews the Billy Hamiltons of the world for reliable, four-category contributors.
Surveying the ninth-inning situations around the league heading into Opening Day.
The A’s outfielder isn’t getting any younger, but does he still hold fantasy values?
Now with the Tigers, the righty looks to show his solid debut was no fluke.
Now healthy, can the Nats infielder rediscover his past levels of production?
Which of these AL Central closers is a better bet for your fantasy squad in 2015?
Deciding between the new South Sider and the new Padre.
The young Snake takes on the veteran first-year Royal.
Who comes out on top in the Windy City showdown?
Which of these power bats is a better fantasy bet this year?
Which of these AL Central second basemen should you choose for your fantasy squads in 2015?
Should you go with the veteran who enjoyed a 2014 renaissance or last year’s breakout darling in drafts and auctions this spring?
Kicking off the series with a look at which of these two backstops will help you more in each fantasy-relevant category.
The Redbirds roster is loaded’as usual.
They might be on the wrong side of 30, but these players can provide a safer return than many hotshot 20-somethings in 2015.
Chris Sale and Jeff Samardzija will get all the press, but another starter on the South Side might be the best fantasy value.