In the debut edition, Jeff looks at the DH options of the NL clubs who will visit AL parks and the lineup changes for AL clubs losing the DH.
The Pale Hose might not contend in 2014, but that doesn’t mean they won’t have useful fantasy contributors.
Adam Dunn, David Ortiz, and others are doing their best to make defenders abandon the ever-more-popular over-shift.
The Rangers and Indians earn dramatic walk-off wins.
The Marlins have the worst record in the National League, but they have the arms to play spoiler down the stretch.
After a dismal first two months, Adam Dunn righted his ship with a strong June, and he could be a fantasy asset the rest of the way.
Derek begins reviewing his pre-season predictions, starting with the ones that made him (and you) look good.
This is a lot of interesting information about Adam Dunn. That’s what this is.
The Phillies are the 14th team to reach 0 percent playoff odds; the Rangers are the fifth to reach 100 percent (again).
It raises a good question, though. *Has* a team tried to score 14 runs every game and go 124-1?
Angels’ playoff odds drop below 50 percent for the first time since June 6.
The Astros are last on our list, which we can probably just get used to for while.
The poster boy for “three true outcomes” is on a record-setting pace.
Adam Dunn continues to make a big comeback from one of the worst seasons in major-league history, and Bryce Harper hits his first homer.