Now in the one-year-contract stage of his career, Dan Haren gets a second shot to make a first impression.
Paul picks up where he left off last week, looking at his selections and other notable ones from the next 13 rounds.
A look back at the first 10 rounds of a very early 2014 draft.
Many have asked for the record for our podcast; someone was kind enough to do one for us.
With a vacant closer gig, an infield glut, and the possibility of a free-agent splash, there is ample fantasy intrigue in Arlington.
Ervin Santana enjoyed a strong walk year with the Royals, but can he maintain his fantasy value in 2014?
With over 100 days until pitchers and catchers report, Paul has some advice on bridging the gap.
Jason and Paul discuss some of the World Series, Tim Lincecum’s new deal, and interview the multi-champion Larry Schechter about his new book.
These part-time players could provide considerable fantasy value if given a full-time role in 2014.
Paul updates his mid-season forecast of the top 15 picks in fantasy drafts next spring, with the two usual suspects at the top.
Which team will take a 3-2 lead back to Boston?
The guys try something new where they watch the game together, start to finish – all 13 innings!! – and record their thoughts. We’re really interested in the feedback on the format. The next one we do – if we do one – will be live so you can listen to us in realtime.
Can Anibal rebound?
We are NOT shutting it down in the offseason like many other shows do. This is our favorite time of the year!
For the second straight year, a vintage Justin Verlander shows up for the decisive game of a Tigers-A’s ALDS.
Game Two produced an epic duel. Can Justin Verlander and Sonny Gray deliver an encore?