The debut edition begins up in Boston, where a spate of injuries has thrust an unexpected candidate into the ninth-inning role, before traveling around the league.
Mike explains how to utilize experts’ advice to become the best fantasy player you can be.
After a confession, Mike offers some tips to help you hone and improve your trading skills.
Early-April stats may be meaningless, but is even a full month of data enough to reach any significant conclusions? Mike investigates here.
Relievers like Matt Belisle and Darren O’Day may not get save opportunities, but they can still help your team, especially in deep leagues.
After watching a Tout Wars owner break the bank early on two young pitchers, Mike wondered whether spending in April is a sound strategy.
Mike examines whether games-finished clauses are indicative of future save opportunties.
Mike reviews the results of two of his auctions, one for each league.
Justin Maxwell and Gerardo Parra are off to nice starts, and both are among the useful players that could be available to fortify your roster.
Mike provides useful guidelines for keeper-league owners whose leagues use mock contracts.
Paul Sporer couldn’t go to ToutWars, but he sits down to chat with Jason, Mike, and Paul Singman about their teams, strategies, and drinks of choice at Foley’s.
Mike looks back on the team he bought in last week’s Tout Wars auction, and explains how he will gauge his success.
Mike adjusts his bid limits based on the latest injury news and the players’ Tout Wars price tags.
Mike Trout stands alone at the top, and two White Sox appear in the group of value picks.
A three-man top tier stands a cut above the rest, but there are five-category contributors as low as tier three.
Mike examines the merits of category dumping with two keeper-league scenarios.