A new month, a new hit list. Wait, no. A new Friday, a new Hit List. That’s better!
Kris Bryant is a lot of things–mostly good, a few bad–but he’s definitely not overrated.
Examining players who might pique your interest in deeper formats.
Madison Bumgarner puts the Babe Ruth comparisons to the test, the Yankees stay mediocre, and Tim Anderson starts making a name defensively.
Ben talks to Joe Sheehan about the AL East, wrapping up a five-episode series on the state of each division as the regular season’s midpoint approaches.
Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Yefrey Ramirez, Alex Bregman, Marcos Diplan, and Dylan Cozens.
Examining the tacticts behind consummating a swap if you’re in first place or dealing with the first-place team.
The Outcomes discuss their recent Scoresheet trades, the ideal baseball simulation, and much more.
Helping you set your fantasy rotation for next week with a look at the two-start pitchers.
A look at hitters’ and pitchers’ fantasy earnings to date.
Professionalism isn’t something to pick and choose, though some might have you believe that.
Miami invests in Fernando Rodney avoiding pumpkin status and Los Angeles picks up a Clayton Kershaw fill-in.
Three months ago it looked like the Orioles’ off-season signing was a failure before it even had a chance to fail. Not so much now.
Why isn’t Mike Soroka more of a household name?