Eric Karabell discusses Roy Halladay's value now that he's admitted to shoulder woes, and ranks the top players currently on the disabled list.
Eric Karabell recaps Wednesday's games from a fantasy perspective, offering his thoughts on Roy Halladay, Tim Lincecum and others.
Eric Karabell lays out the aspects of spring training he'll be watching closely, on a team-by-team basis, such as the health of Roy Halladay and Jose Bautista and the emergence of youngsters Shelby Miller and Adam Eaton.
Eric Karabell discusses the players he'd still draft in 2013 even though their fantasy value has fallen greatly since this point a year ago.
Eric Karabell offers up a bold prediction for pitchers on all 30 teams for the 2013 fantasy baseball season, including projections for Stephen Strasburg, Brian Wilson, Aroldis Chapman and many others.
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.
Eric Karabell discusses some of the many lessons he's learned about fantasy baseball based on the returns so far this season.
Eric Karabell looks at the fantasy-noteworthy performances from Monday, including Carlos Gomez's big night against Roy Halladay.
Eric Karabell looks back at Tuesday's action, including a short and messy outing from Trevor Bauer.
Eric Karabell discusses where he differs in his second-half rankings compared to the rest of the staff.
Eric Karabell lists a number of players available in more than half of ESPN's standard leagues who could be good fill-ins after injuries to major stars.
Eric Karabell lays out his philosophy pertaining to when to draft starting pitchers in 2012.
Eric Karabell ranks the players from the eight playoff teams for your postseason baseball pools.
Eric Karabell notes some of the wide differences of opinion among the different ESPN fantasy analysts in their May re-rankings.
Eric Karabell examines the Phillies, Rangers, Cardinals, Nationals and Rays bullpens and takes another look at David Aardsma and Joe Nathan, from a fantasy perspective.
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.