Eric Karabell takes a closer look at fantasy sleepers Adam Lind and Rajai Davis, including quotes from a recent interview he had with the two players.
Eric Karabell provides the latest updates on bullpen situations around the league, and how to expect them to play out during the season.
Eric Karabell looks at the plethora of injured star players to start the season, and how some of them could be fantasy bargains because of their DL status.
Tristan H. Cockcroft unveils his first-ever set of baseball ratings, examining who's consistent (across all positions) and who is not.
Eric Karabell closes out his Sleeper Tour with a look at two talented young center fielders, Peter Bourjos and Leonys Martin.
Eric Karabell continues his Sleeper Tour with a closer look at the Cleveland Indians, including Lonnie Chisenhall and Michael Brantley.
Tristan H. Cockcroft has updates on notable position battles this spring and how it could affect fantasy drafts.
Eric Karabell continues his Sleeper Tour with a look at the Kansas City Royals, particularly Lorenzo Cain, and passes along a few notes from the Cactus League.
Eric Karabell continues his Sleeper Tour with a look at the Seattle Mariners' improved offense, featuring intriguing newcomers Mike Morse and Jason Bay.
Eric Karabell continues his Sleeper Tour with a look at the White Sox and Reds sleepers, including Paul Konerko, whom he interviews, and Chris Heisey.
Eric Karabell discusses two Cardinals worth late-round consideration in fantasy drafts because of greater opportunity in 2013.
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.
Tristan H. Cockcroft looks at 14 players who profile as strong endgame fantasy picks in deep leagues, including Eduardo Nunez and Julio Teheran.
Eric Karabell lays out the fantasy benefits of owning veteran Justin Ruggiano, and even talks with the Marlins outfielder about his 2013 expectations.
Tristan H. Cockcroft lists 20 players for 2013 he really likes -- at least compared to the general consensus.
Fantasy baseball's top prospects for 2013 were ranked by factoring both talent and opportunity for the coming season.