Eric Karabell attempts to sort out the messy closer situations in Detroit, Milwaukee and the north side of Chicago and passes along other fantasy-relevant bullpen notes.
Eric Karabell offers his take on how the Reds will dole out playing time in their outfield after Ryan Ludwick's shoulder injury, discussing such players as Billy Hamilton and Chris Heisey.
Eric Karabell looks at the players currently in double digits in homers and steals, and what their fantasy values are the rest of the season.
Eric Karabell looks at Eric Hosmer's batting woes early on and says not to worry too much about it.
Eric Karabell examines the Oakland A's and identifies five fantasy sleepers he'd love to own, including Jemile Weeks.
Eric Karabell offers his thoughts, from a fantasy perspective, about the Texas Rangers' signing of Joe Nathan, particularly how it impacts Neftali Feliz's value.
Eric Karabell assesses the fantasy value of Los Angeles Angels 19-year-old prospect Mike Trout, who will join the big club Friday against the Seattle Mariners.
Eric Karabell scans this weekend's matchups and looks for usual fantasy starters who could struggle and sleepers who could fare better than expected.
Eric Karabell scans this weekend's pitching matchups and offers a "thumbs up" or "thumbs down" on several probable pitchers.
Eric Karabell looks back at the weekend action, highlighted by magnificent pitching performances from Jered Weaver and Josh Beckett.
Eric Karabell looks for the players he keeps drafting, such as Brandon Phillips and Jorge Posada, because he tends to likes them more than his fellow owners.
Eric Karabell explains his fantasy love for Detroit Tigers outfielder Ryan Raburn, who was just re-signed to a two-year deal with the team.
Eric Karabell discusses Shane Victorino landing on the disabled list and the subsequent call-up of top prospect Domonic Brown.
Eric Karabell discusses the fantasy value of slumping leadoff hitters such as Eric Young Jr., Akinori Iwamura and Drew Stubbs and what might become of them.
Eric Karabell praises the Tampa Bay Rays players for all their home runs and stolen bases, things fantasy owners love.
Eric Karabell looks at six high-profile players drawing the ire of many fantasy owners even though they're still producing solid numbers.