Paul shares his DraftStreet squad for the season’s first day.
Paul offers some tips on how to manage your funds over the course of the season so that you stay within your playing budget.
Paul bets on rebounds from Jason Heyward and Yoenis Cespedes, and spends no more than $14 on each of his pitchers.
As we roll out our partnership with DraftStreet, Paul helps you get started with a few tips.
The guys deep-dive their top 25 SP prospect lists and discuss the differences, similarities, and guys that they love the most this year and beyond.
Paul had the 14th pick in this year’s mixed-league Tout Wars auction; read about his strategy and see how he did in the first seven rounds.
The fantasy crew tries to peg the top 15 picks and predict breakouts from later picks.
Breaking down the position, from the top-shelf closers to the setup men who might be on the cusp.
The guys are back to discuss their recently released 2014 Starting Pitcher Guide. They answer some emails, look back at some best/worst calls from the 2013 guide, deep-dive this year’s guide, and get into how they feel about Pittsburgh’s future aces, Gerrit Cole & Jameson Taillon.
Ranking starters based on their fantasy value from now through 2016.
Top-shelf bats, quality rotation arms, and the game’s best closer make the Braves an excellent team from which to mine fantasy assets.
Two possible first-round picks give these rankings a distinct sixth tier.
The present talent pool at this position is deceptively shallow, but the future looks bright.
Giancarlo Stanton and Jose Fernandez are the headliners in south Florida.
Our first snake-style mock of the spring, with 15 teams and 23 rounds.