Eric Karabell discusses the fantasy value of Ted Lilly as well as other Dodgers starting pitchers.
Stephania Bell highlights injury concerns surrounding Albert Pujols, Ryan Zimmerman, Dan Uggla, Chad Billingsley and more players.
Eric Karabell examines this new Dodgers version of Bobby Abreu (compared with the Angels or Phillies versions) to determine what fantasy leagues he has value in.
Eric Karabell discusses the most fantasy-relevant tidbits from Tuesday's games, including an encouraging start by Nathan Eovaldi.
AJ Mass updates his Top 100 points league rankings, including notes on players trending up or down, and warns against looking at only surface stats for starting pitchers.
Eric Karabell discusses the most fantasy-relevant tidbits from Wednesday's games, including scuffling Eric Hosmer enjoying a three-hit night.
Eric Karabell discusses the most fantasy-relevant tidbits from Sunday's games, including Andy Pettitte return to the Yankees' rotation.
Eric Karabell highlights the top fantasy news from Monday, including Mike Carp continuing his hot play.
Tristan H. Cockcroft discusses his top starting pitchers from the season's first half, and what to expect from them the rest of the way.
Matthew Berry pays tribute to two people who had faith in him and pays it forward by keeping the faith in several players, whether they deserve it or not.
Eric Karabell examines six fantasy starting-pitcher options, including Roy Oswalt and John Danks, who have declined strikeout rates this season.
Eric Karabell recaps Tuesday's fantasy-relevant performances, including Francisco Liriano's first start since his no-no and the return of J.J. Hardy.
Matthew Berry uses his recent vindication by the Maxim Hot 100 list to discuss eight preseason predictions which don't seem to have worked out ... yet.
Tristan H. Cockcroft discusses starting pitchers whose numbers suggest a change from previous seasons.
Tristan Cockcroft provides a counter to 10 widely held opinions about players and their fantasy baseball value.
Eric Karabell lays out the pitchers on the wrong side of 35 years old that he still believes in, such as Chris Carpenter, Tim Hudson and Hiroki Kuroda.