Grandal has been a top 10 fantasy catcher, but the emergence of Austin Barnes in the playoffs clouds Grandal’s future with the Dodgers.
Like Rhys Hoskins, Oakland’s Matt Olson has surprised with his huge, huge power.
Sal Perez isn’t striking out, but he’s swinging more than ever and his batting average would be a career high. Is that why his fantasy value has been higher in 2017?
His home runs are up, but what about his batting average and stolen bases? Lindor hasn’t been nearly as valuable as in recent seasons, and it seems to stem from an early season power surge.
A top prospect, Zimmer has a power-speed combo that has become increasingly rare in fantasy, and because of Cleveland’s injury troubles in the outfield, is getting a chance to contribute now. What can we expect?
Scott Schebler offers powerâ€”but is that enough to make him valuable to fantasy owners?
A fantasy-oriented look at the decline in pop across the league.
A fence too far.
Ben and Sam discuss the Royals’ power outage and the comments made by their hitting coach, then talk about surprising physical signs that scouts study.