Episode 49 of the Towers of Power Fantasy Hours is live. 2 hours and 35 minutes of fantasy baseball chatter to help you get your teams to the promise land.
Mike explains the criteria that contribute to his weekly rankings, before delving into the latest tiers and dollar values.
Jason looks at the pitchers who benefit most in leagues that count quality starts instead of wins and calls for commissioners to make the switch.
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.
After gaining polish over 13 Triple-A starts, Zack Wheeler is ready to prove that he belongs in the Mets rotation.
It may not be auction season, but there’s no such thing as a bad time to review data and improve your strategy.
All the prospecty goodness from the past weekend, including notes on Rangers third base prospects Joey Gallo and Mike Olt.
Jarrod Parker and Travis Wood move into the “start” category, as Paul helps you set your rotation for next week.
Jason and Paul review the red hot and ice cold players of the past month, who is coming off and going on the disabled list, and the hitters and pitchers making noise on the playing field in June. This week’s musical guest is Pretty Archie.
A look at how deadline trades could affect the ninth-inning landscape, followed by this week’s tiered closer rankings.
Mike and Bret debut a new-and-improved format, with advice better catered to your specific leagues.
Both owners who splured on their fantasy backstops and those who went bargain hunting have seen mixed results so far this year.
Gerrit Cole starts on Tuesday. Zack Wheeler is coming up next week. What about Wil Myers? He leads off the eighth edition of the list.
Paul presents a few likely-available hitters whose platoon splits against left-handers could help bolster your fantasy lineup.
Javier Baez’s four-homer night stole the show, but plenty of prospects enjoyed their Monday.