Eric Karabell continues his Sleeper Tour with a look at the Kansas City Royals, particularly Lorenzo Cain, and passes along a few notes from the Cactus League.
Tristan H. Cockcroft discusses the fantasy implications of the Rays-Royals trade involving Wil Myers and James Shields.
Eric Karabell examines the fantasy value -- and perception -- of Giants outfielder Melky Cabrera, as well as two of his former teammates, the Royals' Jeff Francoeur and Alex Gordon.
Eric Karabell discusses four players who have performed well in 2011 but he feels aren't great keepers for 2012, including Jeff Francoeur and Craig Kimbrel.
AJ Mass takes a closer look at players who hit a lot of homers but don't provide a whole lot else in the RBIs or runs scored departments.
Eric Karabell looks at a handful of hitters with notable lefty/righty stat splits in 2011, focusing on Adam Lind's improvement versus lefty pitchers.
Tristan H. Cockcroft looks at some of the under-the-radar deals during the winter meetings that could have a major fantasy impact in 2011.
Tristan H. Cockcroft takes a closer look at plate discipline and how it affects hitters like Carlos Gonzalez, Andres Torres and Colby Rasmus.
Eric Karabell looks at what Carlos Beltran's impending return means from a fantasy perspective, examining such players as Beltran, Angel Pagan, Jason Bay and others.
Tristan H. Cockcroft looks at the difference between slow starts and diminished skills and reassesses the value of players such as Manny Ramirez and Curtis Granderson.
Christopher Harris discusses five players whose lack of plate discipline impacts their fantasy value.
Eric Karabell discusses hitters who are walking at a rate very different than their career norms, including Jeff Francoeur, Geovany Soto and Josh Hamilton.
Matthew Berry prepares for the final two months of the season with players to target in trade talks or on free agency, like Alfonso Soriano, to help win fantasy leagues.
Eric Karabell's "Monday column" highlights the Braves-Phillies opener and tells readers what to watch for this week.
Go bold or go home. Matthew Berry offers 72 bold predictions -- for baseball and life -- for the 2009 season.
Eric Karabell says Jeff Francoeur may not be as good as many hoped heading into 2008 but he won't be as awful as he was last season either.