I read this Hit List! Twice! I read this Hit List! TWIIIIIIICE!!
Chris Archer and Charlie Morton dominate and other action from yesterday, plus what to watch this weekend.
A cheap deck awaits stacking, the Blue Jays flex their muscles, and the hook is baited for Trout
The career Phillies’ star heads back home to SoCal, the Padres finally deal an outfielder (not that one), and more..
Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Rays shortstop Daniel Robertson and Brewers lefty Josh Hader.
Tony La Russa said he’d be “heartbroken” if the Diamondbacks didn’t win and David Peralta has been a big part of Arizona’s near-.500 record.
It’s the time of year when recent draftees get promoted; there’s also some injury news for the Cubs.
Joe Maddon bats Addison Russell ninth every day; is that good for him, and is it good for the Cubs?
If these players are available, they might be worth a look, depending on the format of your league.
Helping you set your fantasy rotation for next week with a look at the two-start pitchers.
The industry, and prospect team members, weigh in on who they’d start a franchise with in center field.