Eric Karabell lists players he likes more than most do in fantasy drafts this season, including Ryan Howard, Bryce Harper and Eric Hosmer.
Eric Karabell offers up a bold prediction for hitters on all 30 teams for the 2013 fantasy baseball season, discussing many key fantasy options.
Eric Karabell looks back at Thursday's action, including Ryan Howard's last rehab game in the minors and nice games from Michael Fiers and Jose Quintana.
Eric Karabell recaps some of the fantasy highlights from Monday's games, including Jeff Samardzija's 11 strikeouts.
Eric Karabell assesses the latest on such key injured players as Chase Utley, Andrew Bailey and B.J. Upton, and determines whether owners should keep, drop or trade them.
Eric Karabell lays out his 2012 expectations for former stud prospect Domonic Brown, then answers other questions fantasy owners might have regarding Phillies players, such as Ryan Howard, Chase Utley and others.
Eric Karabell looks at some potential pickups at second base, which is looking pretty strong to open the season.
Eric Karabell reviews the news and notes from the weekend games, including thoughts on Jaime Garcia, Howard Kendrick and Brennan Boesch.
Eric Karabell offers his take on trade candidate Michael Young of the Texas Rangers and looks at a few other key options in the AL West.
Eric Karabell reveals his overall rankings 11 through 20 and explains why players such as Justin Upton and Matt Kemp are included, but Alex Rodriguez and Ryan Howard are not.
Eric Karabell discusses the injuries to Ryan Howard and Kevin Youkilis and names a few replacement options, such as Mike Lowell.
Eric Karabell discusses the events from Tuesday's baseball games, including strong outings from Javier Vazquez and Jeremy Bonderman
Eric Karabell analyzes five players that fantasy owners are finding difficult to trade, such as Javier Vazquez and David Ortiz.
Eric Karabell lays out his early top 10 rankings for 2010, noting that David Wright still makes the list while Carl Crawford does not.
Eric Karabell says that focusing on the strikeout numbers of big-time power hitters is a silly idea, but it's worth watching if guys don't bring anything else to the table.
In honor of Wilt Chamberlain's 100-point game, Eric Karabell identifies his top single-game fantasy performers this season.