It’s the same old story in Tampa Bay, as the Rays go shopping in the bargin bin.
Derek Norris brings back the Santiago, with a surprising effect.
The Padres catcher is off to a dismal start, but is there reason to hope he might reemerge as a useful fantasy backstop?
The Padres backstop has his warts, but he can be a useful fantasy asset if properly deployed.
The A’s backstop is off to a sizzling start; what does it mean for Norris and other young catchers who struggled early in their careers?
At one position, the A’s are still Moneyballing like it’s 1999.
In the first installment of this series, Ben and Craig take you from Domingo Santana to Jonathan Schoop.
The A’s catcher revamps his approach at the plate, plus highlights from last night and things to watch on Thursday.
As the offseason winds down, Bret shares some of his late-draft sleepers for various league sizes and formats.
From Buster Posey to Christian Bethancourt, this list is loaded with both big leaguers and high-upside prospects.
These young players may have lost some of their luster, but they could still offer plenty of fantasy value next year.
A look at players who might be available to help your fantasy team, depending on the format in which you play.
A look at the Kurt Suzuki deal and the Indians DFAing Damon and Lowe.
A look at Soto, Aybar, Norris, and Everth in this week’s VP
A trio of perplexing pitchers leads off today’s Ten Pack.