Picking pitchers from among some of the early rookie performers around the game should give you greater cause for alarm than certainty.
While statheads will tell you that RBI don’t reflect a skill, maybe you can help yourself by knowing about who gets the most chances to plate teammates.
A few players who might be in a position to help your team down the road, but who probably aren’t owned yet in your league.
Among three outfielders and a former outfielder all off to good starts, which are worth keeping, and which are good “sell high” candidates?
Looking a month or two down the line could net your team this year’s Ryan Braun or a rehabbing player who might help later on.
QuikERA suggests a few performers you should be cautious about keeping on your team’s rosters
It’s a painful thing to do, but if your team isn’t a contender, dealing away pieces now can be the best way to rebuild a keeper-league dynasty.
Four guys who are probably available, and who you’ll probably want after seeing how their Aprils rate.
The scoop on which early stolen base leaders will keep up their thievery all season and which offer false promise.
Which of several hitters mired in early-season slumps should you bench, and which should you get rid of?
BP’s Fantasy Scoresheet League is back for another year. Today, the participants outline their strategies and draft results.
Some players might be ready to help your fantasy team if their teams decide to make a change or two.
Less than three weeks into the season, some starters might be worth picking up, while others might be if the price is right.
It might be too early to draw meaningful conclusions based on performance, but it’s not too early to see what trends might be developing.
Which players off to hot starts should you plug in to fill early roster holes?