Dingers, dingers everywhere! Home runs apparently rule again in 2018, at least on Opening Day.
Are young hitters thriving in their first taste of the big leagues more often or does it just seem that way?
Pederson’s huge 2017 postseason nothwithstanding, he still has issues to address that will impact his longterm fantasy value.
Astros were on the ropes in the last round of the fight, but they fought back. Now they’re heading home with the Series tied instead of being down 0-2.
So buckle up. We have a Series, everyone
The overall MLB record has been shattered, but what about team records?
Also: the freedom of speech exhibited with (certain) baseball cards.
How has the big spike in home runsâ€”which has been trending for more than 20 yearsâ€”affects player values.
Middle relievers with big strikeout totals are gaining in value, which has fundamental implications for how fantasy baseball should be played.
Through 33 games, the Detroit Tigers stalwart is having his worst season since he broke in as a 20-year-old in 2003. He just turned 34, but have physical issues caught up the likely Hall of Fame slugger?
Sit Fastball. Swing Hard. Strikeouts Don’t Matter.
Grab Asbrubal Cabrera and Michael Lorenzen while you still can. And how about the Ryan Zimmerman revival?
He’s getting playing time with the Rockies because of Ian Desmond’s injury, and some of the early statistical indicators are encouraging, but what should fantasy owners do in the short- and long-term regarding the free-swinging slugger?
2016 was the year of the home run revisited. How might this affect fantasy owners in 2017, and how should it?