You might want to let someone else gamble on these players in your fantasy drafts and auctions this spring.
Rick Renteria’s lineup has a few intriguing bats, but you’ll probably have to look elsewhere for pitching.
A fantasy-based look at how this position stacks up through 2016.
The Cubs take another step toward contention by locking up their slugging first baseman for several more years.
Sometimes you’re behind; sometimes you’re ahead. The race is long and in the end it’s only with yourself. (And the other teams in your league.)
Ben and Sam talk about why they haven’t talked about the Reds more often, then discuss whether Anthony Rizzo has proved his critics wrong.
Anthony Rizzo may be making headlines, but the Cubs’ much-maligned shortstop might their best hope for future success.
If Anthony Rizzo fails to fulfill expectations, an excess of media attention will be partly to blame.
The laws of physics dictate that two objects can’t occupy the same space, as these blocked prospects can attest.
Michael graduates his first VP of the season, but he still points out plenty of undervalued corner infielders to be found on your league’s waiver wires.
Which men of misery prevented their teams from escaping the murky waters of suckitude?