When it comes to shortstops and health, Will sees it as a case of haves and have-nots.
Although playing one of the safest positions on the diamond, today’s third basemen are more athletic than ever before.
Alex uses Equivalent Average to help you anticipate questions of depth in your draft pool, and can’t resist wondering what’s next for Adam Dunn.
It’s an easier throw to first. It’s also closer to the disabled list.
Jeff pops over from Rotowire to do a little bit of arbitrage, giving you suggestions on who can help you stretch your dollars or draft choices.
These hulking sluggers may play a less demanding position, but there’s a usually a good reason they’re not shagging fly balls or making plays in the hole.
A boatload of risk is typical when it comes to the most physically demanding position on the diamond.
Fantasy February rolls along with general guidelines for the first wave of mock drafts.
A number of starting pitchers will be changing leagues this year. Factoring that change into your projections is both art and science.
It’s never too early for fantasy baseball, as injury expert Will Carroll gets the season started by participating in the first mock draft of the year.
Is Matsuzaka worth a top pick as the first wave of fantasy baseball drafts approaches? Matt looks at the issue from a statistical point of view.
Four hundred million dollars later, how do last week’s moves affect the fantasy value of the players involved?
Keeper league owners need to start thinking about who they’re going to hang onto, and grasping positional scarcity for next year holds the key.
What’s in store for the week ahead? Which players have seen their roles change down the stretch? RotoWire has all the news you need to know to tweak your roster.
Jeff takes a look at a potentially foggy ethical situation in one of his leagues, and chimes in on the CDM vs. MLBAM legal battle.
The fantasy spin on all the deadline deals. Here’s hoping you weren’t saving that number-one waiver position in that AL-only league for Alfonso Soriano…