Ken Daube explains why factoring in a player's projected positional strength of schedule is of little help. He writes that there is very little correlation between the amount of positional fantasy points a team gives up from one year to the next.
Todd Zola compares the league-wide numbers in four categories -- home runs, stolen bases, ERA and pitcher strikeouts -- from this season to previous seasons, and calls attention to players who look better as a result of these trends.
Tristan H. Cockcroft discusses how to improve fantasy baseball by incorporating stats such as on-base percentage, slugging percentage, quality starts, innings pitched and strikeouts-per-nine-innings ratio.
Matthew Berry knows how to manipulate the stats to make them tell the story he wants to you to hear. But at least he's honest about it. Here are 100 facts you need to know before you draft your fantasy baseball teams this season.
Brian McKitish updates his top 130 fantasy basketball player rankings and examines key statistics and trends from February, including Michael Carter-Williams' declining numbers and Rajon Rondo's improving form since returning from his ACL injury.