Eric Karabell examines Michael Young's numbers and approach at the plate, including quotes from the veteran infielder, and ranks him among fantasy third-base options.
Mark Simon introduces a non-mainstream fantasy concept -- a defensive stats league -- and follows up with rankings and strategy for those who wish to play it.
Tristan H. Cockcroft discusses the fantasy implications of the Phillies' deals for Michael Young and Ben Revere.
Eric Karabell discusses the players who disappointed fantasy owners the most in 2012, including Ricky Romero and Justin Upton, and then lays out his 2013 expectation for each of them.
Todd Zola looks at the peripheral stats of 10 fantasy disappointments, including Justin Upton, Adrian Gonzalez and Eric Hosmer, to determine their chances of rebounding in 2013.
Eric Karabell looks at the fantasy-noteworthy performances from Sunday, including a strong return to action by Jaime Garcia.
Eric Karabell looks at the fantasy-noteworthy performances from Sunday, including Brett Jackson's debut with the Chicago Cubs.
Eric Karabell discusses the struggles of the Rangers' Michael Young, who is offering very little for fantasy owners this season.
Tristan H. Cockcroft looks at players who have gained eligibility, as well as those who are close to doing so.
AJ Mass looks at the best options for the first week of Segment 2 of Baseball Challenge.
ike Sheets offers his suggestions on players to start in Week 4 of Baseball Challenge.
Eric Karabell examines the Texas Rangers' lineup, discussing the potential fantasy ramifications should the team decide to hit Elvis Andrus and Ian Kinsler in the top two spots and move Michael Young down.
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 sees Adrian Beltre in the perfect position to succeed in the middle of the Texas Rangers' lineup.
Brendan Roberts looks at players who will lose eligibility at certain positions next year, possibly hurting their fantasy value.
Matthew Berry highlights players he was both higher and lower on compared to the consensus ESPN.com Top 250 rankings.