A look at whether the Braves lefty is primed for a rebound.
Billy Beane trades another star, though the package he got in return is different than we’re used to. Plus: Prospect breakdowns and fantasy implications.
Two words: Mike Trout.
The Cardinals get one of the best young stars in the game, while the Braves add club-controlled pitching.
The Jays have the longest active postseason drought in the majors, but they also have players that can help your fantasy team get there.
The Braves outfielder is a better fantasy asset than you think.
The Royals shortstop won’t be a sexy name on draft day, but there’s a lot to like about his fantasy profile.
After he held his own against Clayton Kershaw in the deciding game of the NLDS, is the righty’s arrow pointing upward for 2015?
The outfielder has transformed his offensive game since coming to D.C., but can he sustain the improvements into 2015?