• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Tristan H. Cockcroft updates his top 250 fantasy baseball going-forward rankings, and offers up some suggestions for injury replacements at shortstop.
Tristan H. Cockcroft updates his fantasy baseball rankings following the MLB non-waiver trade deadline.
The ESPN fantasy team ranks the top pitching prospects for 2014 based on talent and fantasy opportunity for the coming season.
The ESPN fantasy team ranks the top baseball prospects for 2014, based on talent and fantasy opportunity for the coming season.
Eric Karabell continues his Sleeper Tour with a look at the Seattle Mariners' improved offense, featuring intriguing newcomers Mike Morse and Jason Bay.
Eric Karabell lays out his top 100 fantasy options for 2013, taking into account upside, position scarcity, the depth of starting pitching and more.
Tristan H. Cockcroft has his early 2013 relief pitcher rankings and forecasts each team's potential closer situation for next year and the rest of the 2012 season.
Eric Karabell reveals his bold projections for such players as Carlos Pena, Mike Napoli and Hanley Ramirez.
Eric Karabell examines seven players who had horrific 2011 seasons, and offers his take as to whether they'll bounce back in 2012 or not.
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.
Eric Karabell lays out the players on the wrong side of 35 years old whom he still believes in, such as Ichiro Suzuki, Alex Rodriguez and Hiroki Kuroda.
Eric Karabell offers his thoughts on the recently released ESPN Fantasy second-half baseball rankings, with thoughts on Michael Pineda, Brandon Morrow and others.
Eric Karabell offers his thoughts on the recently released ESPN Fantasy second-half baseball rankings, with thoughts on Hanley Ramirez, Chase Utley and others.
Eric Karabell looks for the "next Jose Bautista," so to speak, unheralded veterans who have the potential to post a surprising homer total this season.
Eric Karabell discusses five players who aren't highly valuable in standard leagues, but gain significant value in leagues that use on-base percentage.
Eric Karabell checks in on the closer situations in the AL West, looking for unheralded pitchers who could emerge with save chances.