Can opportunistic offense rise up against postseason pitching?
Has a lack of quality contact kept the Rays, and possibly the Brewers, from reaching the postseason?
Mike Trout is better than everyone at everything, even failure.
Middle relievers with big strikeout totals are gaining in value, which has fundamental implications for how fantasy baseball should be played.
Sit Fastball. Swing Hard. Strikeouts Don’t Matter.
Karns is striking out more and walking fewer than ever for the Royals. Is it time to pick him up?
Ryan Schimpf has 28 homers in 366 at-bats and barely anyone has noticed, maybe because the ball is juiced everywhere.
You can learn a lot in line at Chipotle, but the Joey Gallo question is a little tougher.
Where did these whiffers come from?
Grab Asbrubal Cabrera and Michael Lorenzen while you still can. And how about the Ryan Zimmerman revival?
How strikeouts put batters in harm’s way.
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?
There are plenty of ways to encourage batters to make more contact.
You’ve got to Hand it to us, we’re pretty thorough.