Newcomer Jason Vargas is just “a guy” in fantasy leagues, but the Royals boast several returning players who are worthy of your attention.
A very strong top 10 makes up for an otherwise shallow system.
The Royals finally sign a free agent starter.
What should the Tigers do to stay on top, and what can their rivals do to catch them?
Mid-season adjustments put the Royals pitching prospect on the path to prominence.
The Cubs re-up Ryan Sweeney, the Mariners will try to develop Travis Witherspoon, and the Rangers will bring back Jason Frasor.
Ben and Sam discuss Dayton Moore’s comments about the Royals’ season, then talk playoff starters.
The Rangers win, the Royals lose, the Braves drop a close one in unusual fashion, and the Marlins flash some leather.
Andrew Cashner faces the minimum, Cliff Lee does it all, and the Royals win a big one.
Kansas City reportedly calls up a flamethrower who could be a back-of-the-bullpen force or a top-of-the-rotation starter.
Ben and Sam discuss the onslaught of articles about which teams are best-suited for October, then talk about the Cooperstown cases of Vladimir Guerrero and Todd Helton.
Reviewing the disappointing seasons of Bubba Starling, Trevor Bauer, Gary Sanchez, Francisco Lindor, and others.
Pittsburgh gets Marlon Byrd to fill in their injured outfield, while the Red Sox have a potential postseason pinch-runner.
Good pitching hasn’t prevented Kansas City’s playoff odds from plummeting.
Mark Reynolds, Ryan Roberts, Andrew Lambo, and Elliot Johnson headline the movers.
Bonifacio joins Kansas City, Miguel Tejada’s season is over, Manny Ramirez loses his shot and Travis Blackley heads to Texas.