Tristan H. Cockcroft discusses the potential fantasy impact of hitters who could be dealt at the trade deadline.
Eric Karabell breaks down Cuban "phenom" Yoenis Cespedes' 2012 fantasy value to determine if he's worth the draft slot he'll likely be taken at.
Jason Grey profiles Red Sox catcher prospect Ryan Lavarnway and updates his top 11 fantasy prospects for 2011.
Eric Karabell counters the argument that a potential Roy Oswalt trade from Houston would greatly help the starting pitcher's fantasy value.
AJ Mass, pinch hitting for Tristan H. Cockcroft, looks at early top performers who are unlikely to sustain their hot starts to the season.
Tristan H. Cockcroft assesses the most valuable members of the San Diego Padres for fantasy after perpetual trade target Adrian Gonzalez.
Adam Madison previews Wednesday's schedule in the majors and notes that Chris Tillman's debut couldn't be much easier.
Kevin Goldstein notes that the Blue Jays had scouts at Kyle Drabek's Wednesday start for Double-A Altoona. Drabek is the prospect most-often mentioned in connection with a Phillies deal for Toronto ace Roy Halladay.
Eric Karabell takes a look at a number of closers who may move at the trade deadline, and the potential fallout from such deals.
Brendan Roberts plays "What if?" with some trade rumors to see who would most benefit from the ripple effects of those moves.
Will Harris previews the Baltimore Orioles from a fantasy perspective. Just how good are the young players they are using to rebuild the team?
A.J. Mass previews the Pittsburgh Pirates from a fantasy perspective. He's still waiting for them to be relevant after all these years, but they need more from their star players to get there.
Tristan H. Cockcroft analyzes the trade that sends Johan Santana to the Mets.
Brendan Roberts looks at what would happen to the third-base rankings should some offseason rumors substantiate.
Is Mark Teixeira due for a big second-half surge with the Atlanta Braves? Ron Shandler says to curb your expectations.
Will Harris and Adam Madison discuss Milton Bradley, Tadahito Iguchi and Scott Linebrink.