Marlon Byrd’s power surge lands him atop this week’s list of players who might be available to help your fantasy team.
Mike explains the two reasons why a closer might move down in his rankings despite solid performance, and then unveils this week’s tiers and dollar values.
Is nixing trades ever a good idea? Mike runs through a few rare exceptions to the rule of letting owners manage their own teams.
How does Mike come up with dollar values that represent each player’s worth to your team? He breaks down the basics here.
Mike explains why elite middle relievers haven’t climbed his tiers, before revealing the latest edition of those tiers and the updated dollar values.
Astros righty Jordan Lyles could be a sneaky option for those in need of rotation help, and he’s among the featured players on this week’s list.
Mike runs down the worst player pitfalls owners may have encountered in the past spring’s drafts and auctions.
Mike explains the criteria that contribute to his weekly rankings, before delving into the latest tiers and dollar values.
Padres second baseman Logan Forsythe, one of this week’s recommended pickups, makes for an intriguing option at a very shallow position.
It may not be auction season, but there’s no such thing as a bad time to review data and improve your strategy.
A look at how deadline trades could affect the ninth-inning landscape, followed by this week’s tiered closer rankings.
Mike and Bret debut a new-and-improved format, with advice better catered to your specific leagues.
Many fantasy owners have prejudged certain players, like Adam LaRoche, as fast or slow starters, but the data on April performances paints a much cloudier picture.
Mariners closer Tom Wilhelmsen is among the numerous ninth-inning men who moved down a tier in this week’s update.
Your team may be tanking, and it may feel as though it’s time to sell’but as Mike explains, you might actually be wise to wait.