ESPN's fantasy analysts offer up their sleepers and busts for the 2013 fantasy baseball season, including such names as Adam Eaton and Derek Jeter.
Stephania Bell looks at the most notable injury issues at the outfield position heading into the 2013 season.
Eric Karabell discusses the players who disappointed fantasy owners the most in 2012, including Ricky Romero and Justin Upton, and then lays out his 2013 expectation for each of them.
Tristan H. Cockcroft discusses the fantasy implications of the Red Sox-Dodgers trade, and how it has a major impact on teams in NL-only fantasy leagues.
Eric Karabell lays out his fantasy expectations for Carl Crawford, Dustin Pedroia and other Red Sox hitters for the rest of this season and beyond.
Stephania Bell discusses Carl Crawford's upcoming Tommy John surgery and his timetable for his return.
Eric Karabell looks at the fantasy-noteworthy performances from Thursday, including Edinson Volquez's dominance of the Astros.
Eric Karabell looks back at Monday's action, including a solid season debut for Carl Crawford.
Stephania Bell names her all-injury All-Star team for 2012, led by Ryan Howard, Carl Crawford and Roy Halladay.
Stephania Bell looks at a number of big names, like Matt Kemp, Ryan Howard and Jacoby Ellsbury, who could be returning just after the All-Star break.
Stephania Bell looks at the injury status of players like Joe Mauer, Carl Crawford, Jacoby Ellsbury, Ryan Howard, Chase Utley and Pablo Sandoval.
Stephania Bell checks in on the most notable injury issues among hitters as spring training nears a close, including updates on Buster Posey, Ryan Howard, Carl Crawford and others.
Eric Karabell lists several players he likely won't be ending up with in fantasy drafts this spring, including Michael Pineda and Matt Holliday, and explains why he doesn't like them as much as other fantasy owners.
ESPN's fantasy experts offer up their sleepers and busts for the 2012 fantasy baseball season.
Eric Karabell examines this season's biggest busts (including Adam Dunn and Carl Crawford) and comes up with at least five names he thinks will bounce back in 2012.
Eric Karabell takes a look at hitters who have struggled against left-handed pitching, and whether or not things will change by season's end.