I don’t remember the name of the bar. I do remember it was late, though, and I also remember not really wanting to be in Clackamas with coworkers on a Saturday night. But funny things happen when you are in your mid-20s working a job that seems designed to suck out all your bone marrow…
Is the move to Coors Field a boon for the shortstop’s fantasy value?
If baseball were an arms race for right-handed power, the Blue Jays would rule us all.
In the debut edition of this series, the fantasy team looks at players who could outperform their PECOTA projections in batting average.
Sizing up the position from now through the end of the 2016 season.
Hanley Ramirez leads off a list that offers plenty of speed and might be deeper than you think.
This position has a reputation for being light on fantasy options, but that’s not the case now’and it might not be the case in the near future.
Mike runs down the worst player pitfalls owners may have encountered in the past spring’s drafts and auctions.
The Marlins follow up the salary-dump trade with a Juan Pierre signing. What each move tells us about the franchise.
The Blue Jays pull off the first big blockbuster of the winter, trading for an ace and the last remnants of last offseason’s Marlins spending spree.
Which players do the BP staff expect will come back to the earthly realm this season?
Which teams are likely to see significantly more production from their new players at positions in need of improvement?