After a breakout 2015 season, the Rays’ top prospect gets at least a spot start.
Ben and Sam banter about this spring’s Tommy John toll, tanking, Barry Bonds, closer erosion, and a replay wrinkle, then discuss the dominance of Cubs starter Jake Arrieta.
With former no. 1 Javier Baez graduating, there’s a new top dog in StashListVille.
The Day When All The Aces Came Out To Play turned out pretty cool, indeed.
It’s Friday, Friday, remember that song called Friday?
Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Jose Berrios, Ronald Acuna, Josh Staumont, Eddy Julio Martinez, and Matt Chapman.
Matt and Ben share their bold fantasy predictions for the 2016 season.
If these players are on your league’s waiver wire, they might be worth a look, depending on the format.
Helping you set your fantasy rotation for next week with a look at the two-start pitchers.
Evidence that stolen bases are improperly valued in fantasy circles, and ideas on how to fix a steal-lacking squad via trade.
The thesis, antithesis and synthesis for what’s fun about baseball in the Papa Slam era.
The 19-strikeout game is rarer than the perfect game, but is it more impressive? The answer is complicated, and time-sensitive.
A sketch of the missing bunts for us to put on our Missing Bunts fliers.
The Blue Jays have no shortage of right-handed sluggers. They also have Troy Tulowitzki.