Sure, trading for cost-controlled youngsters is nice, but there is a less-exploited source of talent in fantasy baseball.
Did the Astros hunt down the best deal for their star outfielder, or was their haul tuppence a bag?
Kevin goes into the wayback machine to see what was happening in the minor league five years ago.
The tater trots for July 28: big days for Hardy and McCutchen; Eric Thames looks to join a select group.
Notes on more than 30 prospects, including Brewers 3B Taylor Green.
Rickie Weeks goes down with an ankle injury and takes Milwaukee’s playoff odds with him, Dustin Moseley tries to make his way back, Clay Buchholz’s back gets mysterious, and Craig Gentry suffers his fourth concussion.
Jason looks at the baserunning philosophy of Royals manager Ned Yost and how it has benefited fantasy players.
A quick-‘n’-dirty analysis of about 180 trades finds that just a few have altered destinies.
Colby Rasmus’ arrival in the AL East marks another important step on Toronto’s path to division domination.
John runs down the top candidates for the next GM vacancy.
Uncovering the hidden beauty in the struggles of Adam Dunn, the Mariners, and more.
A trip to see the Staten Island Yankees turns into an odyssey of self-discovery… with a scouting report thrown in for good measure.
Bill welcomes a pair of former prospects to VP and wonders whether Chris Capuano is fatigued or injured.