• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Brian Gramling analyzes the final ESPN Fantasy staff mock draft for 2013, a 10-team standard league.
Brian Gramling explains why fantasy owners shouldn't be leery of a trio of 30-somethings this season.
Brian Gramling breaks down the latest ESPN mock draft, featuring 10 teams and starting two QBs each week.
Brian Gramling looks at the biggest defensive difference-makers to change teams in the offseason, as well as scheme changes that impact players on many teams.
Brian Gramling lays out the statistical splits that have the most fantasy relevance, including numbers from Adam Wainwright, Desmond Jennings, Aramis Ramirez and others.
Brian Gramling explains why he feels Baltimore Orioles catcher Matt Wieters is overrated in fantasy baseball.
Brian Gramling explains why young Atlanta Braves shortstop Andrelton Simmons is a solid late-round fantasy pick for 2013.
Brian Gramling breaks down the fantasy staff's second fantasy baseball mock draft of the season.
Brian Gramling explains why he thinks Roy Halladay will still produce like a top-12 fantasy starting pitcher in 2013.
Brian Gramling lists the position players with eligibility at more than one spot entering the 2013 season, and how that bonus should be used to your advantage in fantasy drafts.
Brian Gramling previews the third base position for fantasy baseball for the 2013 season.
Brian Gramling previews the first base position for fantasy baseball for the 2013 season.
Brian Gramling previews the catcher position for fantasy baseball for the 2013 season.
Brian Gramling lays out the notable players who could become free agents at the end of the 2012 season, including Josh Hamilton and Brandon Phillips, and speculates on what their teams might decide to do with them.