Getting Gorzo going might be the biggest challenge, but the Pirates’ training staff has a track record for turnarounds.
With question marks regarding a few key players, the challenge for the Mariners will be to see how well they keep them in action.
The best player in baseball sits atop the opening list in our positional fantasy rankings.
Kicking off the THRs with the banged-up Nats and their chances of fielding a healthier ballclub in 2009.
A review of a few hitters who’ve disappointed at the plate or through recent inactivity who might surprise you in 2009.
Some pitchers have more value or less than meets the eye at first glance.
A rundown of some of the hitters who have switched leagues, and how it might affect their value.
When looking for tools to evaluate players with otherwise hidden value, here’s one you might not have considered.
Inadequate fielders can make the great pitchers seem ordinary and the bad look horrendous, and bad fielders are often replaced.
Quality fielders make the good pitchers look great and the bad look better, and bad fielders don’t help at all.
A trio of 24-year-old left-handers to avoid, and an elderly rookie who you may want to consider.
Not every gamble’s worth that roll of the dice, but some whose stock has fallen might be worth picking late.
The tricky task of predicting the value and utility of non-closing relief pitchers.
Finding it is fleeting, which suggests strategies for when and who to draft.
A few surprise performers from rotations around the game, and what you might expect from them in 2009.
Some future-draft projections for players whose recent performances may appear erratic.