Sam Dyson and Clint Frazier deserve much of your attention, along with your FAAB dollars.
What’s good for the league is good for you.
In a new season, don’t be haunted by old ghosts. Try fresh tactics.
Hello, Bourjos! In the AL, Peter Bourjos returns to relevancy with the Raysâ€”perhapsâ€”and Alen Hanson gets an opportunity with the White Soxâ€”maybe. On the NL side, Kirby Yates might be the “right” man for the job in the Padres bullpen, and Jose Pirela has a chance to play without much competition.
Eric Young is getting old, but he remains fastâ€”so he’s worth your time.
Jose Altuve is as elite as they comeâ€”at any position.
Anthony Alford gets a chance with the Jays and Jared Hoying gets one with the Rangers.
Aaron Judge is turning out better than expectations, while Robert Gsellman is not.
Another played named Daniel Robertson, taking a shot with some non-closers, and the Eddie Butler revival.
Slim Pickens was a great character actor, but is not what you want in the world of fantasy free agency.
Middle relievers with good rate stats, catchers who play, guys filling in during injuries. Some of them could help your team.
Consider this a renewed request not to use “Bae-llinger.”