Eric Karabell has the fantasy highlights and lowlights from Monday's games, including a big day by Blue Jays catcher J.P. Arencibia and an interesting bullpen maneuver by Nationals manager Davey Johnson.
Eric Karabell looks at each American League team to find the top offensive player on the Player Rater as well as potential guys to pick up down the stretch.
Eric Karabell examines Josh Hamilton, determining whether fantasy owners should be buying him, selling him or just letting things play out.
Eric Karabell discusses players who are bound to finish the season with at least 35 homers.
Eric Karabell compares the current vote totals for the All-Star game with the results of the Player Rater to determine his current ballot choices.
Eric Karabell discusses the most fantasy-relevant tidbits from Tuesday's games, including Josh Hamilton's four-homer game against the Orioles.
Eric Karabell takes a closer look at fantasy expectations for Josh Hamilton, Mike Napoli and Elvis Andrus.
Eric Karabell takes a look back at Monday's notable fantasy performances, including Josh Outman's return to the bigs and Corey Hart's first homers of the season.
Eric Karabell discusses the expected returns of Chase Utley, Josh Hamilton and Nelson Cruz, and what it means for fantasy lineups.
Eric Karabell notes some of the wide differences of opinion among the different ESPN fantasy analysts in their May re-rankings.
Eric Karabell looks at how the Rangers and fantasy owners can best replace the injured Josh Hamilton.
Eric Karabell lists several players he won't be ending up with in fantasy drafts this spring, and explains why he doesn't like them as much as other fantasy owners.
Eric Karabell discusses the value of drafting a safer option early in drafts, as opposed to a high-upside player with durability concerns.
Eric Karabell looks at what happened, what will happen and who to watch from each American League West team, discussing such players as Josh Hamilton, Elvis Andrus, Justin Smoak and Brett Anderson.
Eric Karabell discusses hitters who are walking at a rate very different than their career norms, including Jeff Francoeur, Geovany Soto and Josh Hamilton.