Getting beyond the headlines–are pitching prospects as dangerous as they’ve always been?
Paul builds his lineup for today around Johnny Cueto and Masahiro Tanaka.
Ben and Sam banter about position player pitchers and Andrelton Simmons, then discuss batters’ latest attempts to bunt to beat the shift.
The Reds tread water while waiting for injured players to return, the Brewers have a bullpen, problem, and Jason Vargas regresses, plus what to watch today.
Who are the best hitting and pitching coaches? Or is it impossible to tell?
Does PITCHf/x suggest that the Marlins’ injured ace should have been pulled from his final starts sooner?
Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Rockies outfielder Raimel Tapia and Brewers righty Damien Magnifico.
The Super Two cutoff isn’t yet upon us, so Gregory Polanco retains his spot atop the list.
The second part of the rankings series takes you from Nick Franklin to Brandon Belt.
Jayson Werth hasn’t been, as predicted, the worst signing of the 2010 offseason. Does he have a case for being the best?
Eyes on Ben Lively, Ryan Wright, and Matt Anderson, along with the Cubs’ high-profile international signings from last summer.
What has ailed the league’s best player this month? The problems start with his swing.
Bret and Mike take some deeper dives into important fantasy topics of the week.