Mike analyzes the fallout of the K-Rod trade and the messy situation in Cincinnati.
Mike looks at 2011’s crop of young pitchers who maybe be approaching innings limits.
Mike looks at the shaky situation in Minnesota and welcomes two high strikeout setup men to VP.
Mike examines the murky closer situations in Philly, LA, and Arizona in this week’s VP.
Mike welcomes another Dodger to the party, scopes out some potentially cheap saves in Seattle, and declares that he’s had enough of writing about Kevin Gregg.
Can the surprising second-place Snakes make a run at the NL West, or is a .500 record a more realistic goal?
Kenley Jansen rejoins the party, and there’s a Matt Thornton sighting in Chicago.
Mike welcomes three K-happy relievers to the party and discusses the shaky situations in Kansas City and Minnesota.
Mike looks at the struggling closers in Colorado, Texas, and LA, and the guys in line to replace them.
An Athletic and a Royal join the pack, while a late-inning Angel bids farewell.
Many relievers make their exit from the list, but Mike introduces a fantasy rarity: the non-closing reliever worth owning
The Royals have a working bullpen for once, and, unlike their high-pedigree prospects, it’s full of pitchers with strange backgrounds
Mark Melancon and Vicente Padilla are too popular to remain on the list, but Mike has found new relievers for you to keep an eye on
The outfielder list is blown up due to production and injuries, but Mike has a slew of newbies for you to focus on
A new Astro and yet another Cardinal join the VP list, while the bullpen situations in Chicago and Baltimore gain clarity.