AJ Mass looks at players who can be helpful in points leagues despite not getting many hits because they still get walks.
Fantasy baseball daily notes for games of April 9 and 10.
Matthew Berry's start/sit advice for Week 14 begins with some prayer for divine intervention, inspired by a current radio hit.
Matthew Berry makes his bold predictions for the second half of the NFL season and advises on waiver-wire pickups for Week 10.
Tristan H. Cockcroft looks at the highs and lows from Week 7, including yet another huge game from Miles Austin and a season-ending injury to Leon Washington.
Kevin Goldstein's minor league notes, highlighted by the major league call-up of three top prospects from the minor league ranks.
Pierre Becquey has some notable fantasy observations about 44 players after the first month of the season.
Mark Garrow previews the Aaron's 499 at Talladega for Stock Car Challenge and notes how difficult the race is to predict.
The ESPN.com fantasy baseball team sat down and executed a National League-only mock draft for the 2009 Fantasy Baseball Draft Kit.
Matthew Berry finds the inspiration to re-evaluate certain perceptions, such as that Joe Mauer steals bases and the Red Sox do not.
Tristan H. Cockcroft looks at some once top prospects and whether they've proven bust or should fantasy owners be patient.
Matthew Berry pats himself (and others) on the back for winning an Emmy award and offers his usual free-agent advice.
Since nobody is nearby to do so, Matthew Berry must ask himself the tough questions, including why he doesn't like Scott Rolen.
Matthew Berry offers up 10 different lists of 10 items each, from players he would accept straight up for C.C. Sabathia to the 10 songs he's willing to admit he likes.
Matthew Berry offers his start 'em, sit 'em column with a love/hate twist.
Tristan H. Cockcroft analyzes three players who re-signed with their 2007 teams: Mariano Rivera, Mike Lowell and Luis Castillo.