Remaking the Rays’ bullpen with Steve Cishek and Dan Jennings, and Erasmo Ramirez’s return to Seattle.
Doug looks for signs of mechanical progress by Yordano Ventura, Trevor Bauer, Chris Archer, and Erasmo Ramirez.
Everyone ihas their sights set on last year’s breakout stars, but these players who hurt your team in 2013 might help it in 2014.
Bret advised you to gamble on these players seven months ago; now it’s time to look back and see how he did.
Fast forward to April, and these players might tempt you if they’re sitting on your league’s waiver wire.
The guys aren’t dead! Just a brief hiatus, but they are back to talk tons of pitching greatness including youngster Max Scherzer and Matt Harvey!
Bret reviews the rewards offered by the players who once topped these rankings, and then unveils this week’s top 20.
At the Futures Game, Bret saw many of the players ranked here firsthand. Revised notes on their fantasy potential and the updated rankings lie within.
Bret jumps straight into the rankings, and the top player could be on his way to the majors before the week is out.
If you have any doubts about the merits of stashing players this late in the season, just think back to Kris Medlen’s run last summer and read on for the latest rankings.
Should you start Kyle Gibson when he makes his big-league debut this Saturday? Bret looks at early-season data to help answer that question before revealing this week’s list.
With the likes of Wil Myers and Zack Wheelers making their debuts today, Bret looks at the next wave of players who could come up and help your fantasy team.