Christopher Crawford analyzes the short-term and long-term fantasy value of the Boston Red Sox's Rusney Castillo.
Tristan H. Cockcroft forecasts the top players in fantasy baseball four years from now.
Tristan H. Cockcroft has updates on notable position battles this spring and how it could affect fantasy drafts.
Eric Karabell looks at top 100 players he feels could disappoint fantasy owners, including Jacoby Ellsbury and Aroldis Chapman.
Tristan H. Cockcroft's fantasy baseball relief pitcher rankings for the 2013 season
ESPN fantasy staff provides relief pitcher points league rankings for the 2013 season
Mike Sheets looks at the 10 biggest moves and the 10 most intriguing moves during the offseason, from a fantasy perspective.
Eric Karabell examines a handful of bullpen situations in which the closer role has yet to be determined (including the Tigers, Pirates and Astros), laying out who he thinks the top guy will be.
Eric Karabell offers up a bold prediction for pitchers on all 30 teams for the 2013 fantasy baseball season, including projections for Stephen Strasburg, Brian Wilson, Aroldis Chapman and many others.
Eric Karabell has the fantasy highlights and lowlights from Thursday's games, including another scoreless outing for Rays closer Fernando Rodney.
Todd Zola looks at the peripheral stats of 11 fantasy-relevant relief pitchers -- two studs (such as Craig Kimbrel), five surprise options (Fernando Rodney) and four disappointments (John Axford) -- and lays out his expectations for them in 2013.
Tristan H. Cockcroft discusses the incredible season Aroldis Chapman has had and why he's an elite keeper for 2013, even if the team converts him to a starter.
Eric Karabell discusses some of the many lessons he's learned about fantasy baseball based on the returns so far this season.
Eric Karabell looks ahead to the final two months of the season and lays out a handful of bold predictions for pitchers, including thoughts on Stephen Strasburg, Tim Lincecum and R.A. Dickey.
AJ Mass unveils a system that shows which closers are the safest and which are the riskiest going forward.