Parra is hotter than Georgia asphalt (only in Colorado) right now. But how long will it last, and what will he offer the fantasy player from here to October?
Jose Quintana moving from the AL to the NL is the rare case when players in an -only league discover “found money” in FAAB free agency. Those who saved can prosper. All-too-frequently however, it can be shrewder to use FAAB money earlier, incrementally, because “big-fish” free agents simply never come.
Does a recently high batting average bode well for Arcia’s immediate fantasy future?
He’s running with an opportunity to playâ€”but how long can Taylor keep up this kind of production?
Tyler Austin is back on the radar. Should we just ignore him? Also, what does the future of Stephen Vogt hold in Milwaukee? And while it’s true that Flags Fly Forever, is the same true for Cameron Perkins?
Mike Montgomery has been effective for the Cubs as a starting pitcher. But what does that have to do with the price of beans as it relates to your fantasy team?
With malace toward none but stolen bases toward many, here’s Mallex Smith.
Cameron Maybin and Mallex Smith make for valuable speedsters in mixed leagues, while Matt Adams continues to show value filling in for Freddie Freeman. Meanwhile, it’s time to talk Turleyâ€”Nik Turleyâ€”and to speak Franchyâ€”Franchy Cordero.
Jeff Hoffman has been a great help to the Colorado Rockies so far. But there are indicators that his dominating ride might be hitting turbulance soon.
Domingo Santana, Ryon Healy, Alex Avila, Jimmy Nelson and Chris Taylor continue to be effectiveâ€”and available.
Eric Young Jr. will haunt your dreams after Mike’s mini-biography.
Yoan Moncada and Julio Urias lead the wayâ€”but for how much longer?
Paul DeJong, Alec Asher and one of the Daniel Robertson receive attention by the big boys.
Alex Avila’s resurgence is real, but will the forces of regression take hold? Also: Don’t wait to count the feathers on Brad Peacock.
Tommy Pham has legs. Do you know Yanio Perez? What’s Max Scherzer’s trade value?