Field Yates identifies players set to break out next season due to coaching and/or scheme changes, including Cincinnati Bengals running back Giovani Bernard.
Sean Allen previews Week 1's fantasy hockey action, and has tips on how to manage your team for the first week of the season.
Todd Zola examines the relationship between current strikeout rates and hitter projections, and how that pertains to such players as Joe Mauer, Justin Upton, Matt Carpenter and Jay Bruce.
Jim Callis profiles recent call-ups Gerrit Cole and Mike Zunino and updates his top 10 prospect rankings for the 2013 fantasy season.
Our fantasy analysts provide their early choices for fantasy football sleepers and busts for 2013.
Sean Allen shakes up his fantasy hockey forwards rankings looking for the players who'll finish the season strongly.
Todd Zola offers strong, statistically based opinions on key fantasy options such as Allen Craig, Andrew McCutchen, Jose Reyes and Mike Trout.
ESPN's fantasy analysts offer up their sleepers and busts for the 2013 fantasy baseball season, including such names as Adam Eaton and Derek Jeter.
Josh Whitling brings back some players who were noted as top free agent picks earlier this season as they seem to deserve second chances.
Neil Tardy identifies some of the better matchups to exploit in Week 14 of the fantasy basketball season. Features team-by-team schedule strength.
Neil Tardy recaps Tuesday in the NBA, and discusses why Darren Collison's benching has little fantasy impact.
Eric Karabell has the fantasy breakdown of Wednesday's 21-8 Mariners win over the Rangers, including notes on Dustin Ackley, Justin Smoak and Derek Holland.
Eric Karabell discusses the most fantasy-relevant tidbits from Wednesday's games and wonders why Chase Headley is on the most-dropped list.
Brian Gramling lays out the notable players who could become free agents at the end of the 2012 season, including Josh Hamilton and Brandon Phillips, and speculates on what their teams might decide to do with them.
Kevin Goldstein follows up with fantasy prospects Nos. 51-100 for the 2012 season.
Tom Carpenter discusses why it's easier to trade for players on small-market teams or those which aren't successful.