Clayton Kershaw, Max Scherzer and Chris Sale are the elites among the five-star pitchers.
Improvement on his fastball and curveball, and excellent location spotting no matter the type of pitch, put Biagini in position to succeed. The Jays have given him an opportunity to start and he’s running with it.
He has posted a 1.13 ERA in four starts for the Brewers. Will this success sustain?
Vargas is off to a hot start for the Royals and has become a wanted man in fantasy league. How much value might he sustain for fantasy owners?
Kendall from Alex City had better baseball connections when he was a kid than he realized, and lessons learned half a lifetime ago are fueling his success for the A’s.
Skillsâ€”for the pitcher, for his opponent and his even own lineupâ€”all matter when picking for daily leagues. But so does ballpark environment.
If coaches are hired to get fired, pitchers are signed to get released.
Steven Matz, Michael Kopech, and a half-dozen other arms movin’ on up in the fantasy prospect world.
An in-depth look at pitchers’ returns on fantasy investments in mixed formats during the past season.
An in-depth look at senior-circuit arms’ fantasy performance during the past year.
An in-depth look at junior-circuit arms’ fantasy performance during the past year.
We might be in the “Era of the Pitcher,” but does that mean that the league is teeming with top-shelf arms?
The injury impact of high-stress innings.
How do we know which hurlers will have long careers?
Can we detect signs of impending injury in the start BEFORE a pitcher’s fateful outing?
The staff would love to see what these pitchers would have done had their careers not been medically derailed.