Who really stepped up to miss bats, and who will need to try a little harder in 2017.
2016 was the year of the home run revisited. How might this affect fantasy owners in 2017, and how should it?
Chicago takes James Shields off San Diego’s hands for a pair of prospects.
Deciding between the new South Sider and the new Padre.
Significant money will be handed out to a trio of arms this offseason, so how their mechanics grade out is certainly of great interest.
The Dodgers’ ace is the priciest player on Craig’s Roto dream team.
Newcomer Jason Vargas is just “a guy” in fantasy leagues, but the Royals boast several returning players who are worthy of your attention.
There are certain rules about changeup usage. The Rays, unsurprisingly, aren’t beholden to those rules.
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.
Opening Day observations about James Shields, Jon Lester, Mike Moustakas and others.
What sort of arm can Kansas City expect in Wade Davis?
Sometimes, the player-value models disagree, and you get to make a choice. Make that choice.
Teams know their own prospects best, so should it be a red flag if they’re willing to trade a top one? History suggests it is so.
Was the Royals’ strategy in their swap of Wil Myers and more prospects for James Shields and Wade Davis based on a broken windows theory?
Ben and Sam weigh in on the Rays-Royals trade involving James Shields and Wil Myers a day after the dust settles.
Oakland’s success this year is all the more surprising considering they have departed from the small-market blueprint perfected by Tampa Bay.