Looking at keystoners who see value bumps and drops in OBP and points leagues.
After bouncing around and landing with the A’s, can the first baseman bounce back in 2015?
Examining first sackers who move up or down the rankings in points and/or OBP formats.
Examining backstops who move up or down the rankings in points and/or OBP formats.
Ben Zobrist seems likely to be moved now, while the Dodgers sign Sergio Santos and the Padres pick up a buy-low reliever.
Delmon Young re-ups, Tim Stauffer goes north, Jordan Walden extends, and the Braves add a good reliever and a bad catcher.
The Cardinals’ left fielder isn’t finished as a fantasy asset just yet.
The Padres add another big-name outfielder, sending four prospect to Atlanta in the process, and also bring back an oft-injured arm.
After trading away both of its catchers in separate deals, San Diego reloaded by acquiring one who can really hit.
Brian Sabean may have missed out on two of the bigger contributors to the Giants 2014 run, but apparently he’s not letting anyone else get away.
The Royals put their faith in a pitcher coming off a BABIP spike and a pitcher coming off his second Tommy John surgery.
Wil Myers is swapped for the second time in as many years. What gives?
The White Sox continue to upgrade their many positions of doom, signing Melky Cabrera to a three-year deal.
We’ll be updating this as the day goes on.
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