We are in uncharted territory with this category, so let’s make a plan.
Will the Twins rookie be undone by his contact issues?
Examining possible under-the-radar strikeout sources heading into 2016.
Examining the pitchers who bested and fell short of expectations in the K department during the past season.
There’s no reason to believe the recent uptrend in Ks will reverse in 2016.
Is the Royals’ success a sign that teams should spend on hitters who put the ball in play?
The Cardinals’ offense is struggling, but keep an eye out for a record-setting Chris Sale.
Chris Sale keeps doing Sale things, the Pirates and Tigers go deep into the night, more from yesterday, and what to watch tonight.
The fantasy gang picks the pitchers it believes could lead the league in these two categories.
These pitchers might not rack up saves, but they could still hold considerable fantasy value.
If your fantasy squad needs some late-season Ks, J.P. has you covered.
These bullpen arms might not rack up saves, but they can help you pad other categories in Roto leagues.
Why bringing an end to the strikeout scourge might require some three-dimensional thinking.
Ben discusses the origins and implications of baseball’s skyrocketing strikeout rate with a panel of experts including Harry Pavlidis, Rob Neyer, Brian Bannister, and Alan Nathan.
The fantasy crew runs down the starters it expects to beat their PECOTA projections in punchouts.
The AL’s two surviving teams give us a glimpse at the future.