This week’s bunts (including the first attempt by a right-hander), plus a look at aggressive counter-adjustments by opposing defenses.
A list of our stadium visits for the upcoming season.
Three of our writers debate three catchers that we have touted aggressively in the past.
Partyin’, partyin’ (Yeah) Partyin’, partyin’ (Yeah) Fun, fun, fun, fun
Looks at the mechanics of two of the Astros’ surprise successes, Dallas Keuchel and Collin McHugh.
Let the no. 1 starter sweepstakes begin.
Ben and Sam banter about the Astros, then discuss what a realistic return would be in a package for David Price.
Cole Hamels pitches well, Cody Asche flashes leather, and Chase Utley whacks a walkoff homer, plus more from Thursday and previews for the weekend.
The Scoresheet veteran offers tips on running a league successfully and talks about the preseason mock draft, the tournament of champions, and more.
Which pitchers like to hold pitch types in reserve for their second and third trips through the order?
The Angels skipper reflects on what he’s learned in close to 15 full seasons at the helm.
Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Mariners catcher Wayne Taylor and Braves righty Lucas Sims.
If you listen to Paul today, all of your pitchers and one of your hitters will have the same first name.
Your league-mates might undervalue these players because of their age, but they can still provide a jolt to your fantasy offense.
The Red Sox drop Chris Capuano, Jose Tabata is outrighted, and Scott Downs is looking for work.
Helping you set your fantasy rotation for next week with a look at the two-start pitchers.