Right field looks a lot healthier than the other outfield corner–a reflection of the current crop of talent in right.
This fragile collection of left fielders had their Ripken fall last season. It doesn’t look much better for the rest of the group.
More now than ever, fantasy players face a difficult hunt for bargain-basement stoppers. Baseball Prospectus’ exclusive reliever statistics facilitate the search.
The other end of rotations everywhere gets the stoplight treatment. Should you stay or should you go?
As pitchers and catchers get in their early work on spring training fields, Will looks at the health of the top rotation starters.
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.