Not only are the Yankees losing, but there’s no obvious move to unstick them.
Ben and Sam talk to FiveThirtyEight author Rob Arthur about the Cubs’ historically dominant start to the season.
Wilson offers a few thoughts on fantasy strategy based on his recent personal experience.
Bret Sayre, Mike Gianella and George Bissell take a deep dive into current fantasy baseball topics.
There’s a new man at the top this week, and opportunity might soon knock on his door.
Court is in session as J.P. picks the winners and losers in reader-submitted trades.
Examining players who might pique your interest in deeper formats.
Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Julio Urias, Harrison Musgrave, Casey Gillaspie, and Bobby Bradley.
A darned impressive sweep in Pittsburgh for Maddon’s team, while the Mariners get a sweep of their own and Kluber continues to torment Detroit .
Eyes on Andrew Benintendi, Jorge Mateo, Grant Holmes, and more.
Can teams tell the difference between Bad and Weird?
It’s too soon to say conclusively that Aaron Nola’s six excellent starts aren’t a fluke, but we can definitely say they aren’t an accident.
Analytics all but demands paying the lowest wages the market will bear, even for its analysts. Why smart teams will ignore that demand.