A fantasy-based look at how this position stacks up through 2016.
Paul Goldschmidt and Chris Davis lead the way, but there are plenty of power bats in the middle and lower tiers.
Craig examines the strategies you should employ when filling this premium offensive position, and what it might look like down the road.
A visual representation of the rankings in the tiered first-base list with a breakdown of the statistical contributions each player is projected to make.
Most fantasy players prefer to invest their top pick in a star hitter, but this spring, one hurler might tempt those picking outside the top five.
The best fantasy assets on Buck Showalter’s roster are the power bats and potentially undervalued young pitchers.
These players are valuable fantasy hitters, but their versatility will be diminished in 2014.
Bret went out on 10 limbs based on small samples from April; it’s time to find out how he did.
The Astros and Reds make many mistakes, Josh Hamilton is hitting, and Chris Davis delivers a big blow.
Chris Davis and Miguel Cabrera continued their personal home run competition on Sunday.
The Rays have ridden strong pitching to within a game and a half of first place in the AL East.
Ben and Sam discuss whether the ability to spend big helps teams as much as it once did, then talk about their expectations for Tim Lincecum and Chris Davis.
The O’s first baseman goes oppo on a pitch off the plate.
The Orioles are confounding for projection season.
Andrew Miller makes Jose Molina look like a worse hitter than usual, David Price makes Nick Swisher’s head explode, Chris Davis makes baseball look easy (or hard), and more.