Mike and Bret suggest possible additions to your fantasy rosters, including the late-blooming Justin Smoak and Devin Mesoraco.
Lessons learned over the season’s first three-and-a-half months, and a look ahead to the first round of 2014 drafts.
The 52nd installment of the Towers of Power Fantasy Hour is live
Bret explains why certain players who were recently promoted never made his list, then unveils this week’s top 25.
As is the case with most games, luck plays a role in fantasy baseball, but it can only take you so far.
As the real-life and fantasy trade deadlines approach, our experts help owners decide whether to pull the trigger, amid other advice this week.
With the All-Star break in the rearview mirror, Paul helps you set your fantasy rotation for next week.
Luke Scott and Wily Peralta have been sizzling of late and are among the players you might want to grab off the waiver wire this week.
Paul breaks down several starters whose numbers away from home make them useful stream options in fantasy.
A look at the players who should improve after the All-Star break and those who might go the other way.
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.
Among other advice in this week’s inbox column, the fantasy team advises you on how to make sure you’ve received the best offer you can before pulling the trigger on a trade.
Marlon Byrd’s power surge lands him atop this week’s list of players who might be available to help your fantasy team.
Mike explains the two reasons why a closer might move down in his rankings despite solid performance, and then unveils this week’s tiers and dollar values.
The refrigerator is not working, but all of the other dramas are over and the episode is finally live. Thanks for your patience