Tristan H. Cockcroft discusses the fantasy impact of the Prince Fielder-Ian Kinsler trade.
Tristan H. Cockcroft updates his latest pitcher rankings, as well as noting five potential buy-low candidates among pitchers.
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.
Matthew Berry's lists include pitchers and hitters to pick up or drop, rookies to watch and, of course, the best fantasy team names he's heard this season.
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.
Matthew Berry explains one of the reasons why player evaluations can vary greatly from person to person, creating the over- and undervalued players known as the guys he loves and the guys he hates.
AJ Mass updates his Top 100 points league rankings and discusses how K/BB rate can affect a pitcher's values going forward.
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.
Mike Sheets offers lineup suggestions for Week 9 of Baseball Challenge.
Tristan H. Cockcroft has his top 100 starter rankings and discusses some aggravating pitchers to own based on their great high points and very bad low points.
Matthew Berry has advice and 10 buy-low candidates for those who have been unlucky in love and fantasy baseball.
Eric Karabell looks at Eric Hosmer's batting woes early on and says not to worry too much about it.
Matthew Berry writes about his conflict regarding such players as Josh Hamilton, Derek Jeter, Jon Lester and even Metta World Peace.
Matthew Berry establishes The Wandy Line to start the season; this is the line that separate pitchers you must keep from those you shouldn't hesitate to waive in order to stream pitchers and hitters.
Matthew Berry opens the 2012 season with his traditional 10 lists of 10, including more loves, more stats to know and, of course, the best (printable) fantasy baseball team names as suggested by readers.
Eric Karabell examines the Oakland A's and identifies five fantasy sleepers he'd love to own, including Jemile Weeks.