Shawn Peters offers a special edition of Grand Theft Roto as the ESPN.com trade deadline nears and notes that Adam Wainwright has surpassed Zack Greinke.
Shawn Peters' penultimate Grand Theft Roto discusses how to approach the ESPN.com fantasy trade deadline, including targeting Adrian Gonzalez.
Shawn Peters examines some players who have been lucky and unlucky with line drives like Jimmy Rollins.
Shawn Peters looks at the best way to make deals for guys who were disappointments and for those you just don't believe in.
Shawn Peters offers trade advice for fantasy leaguers, including what to do with Curtis Granderson and other All-Stars whose perception might not match reality.
Shawn Peters offers some trade advice and notes that just because a hitter doesn't have power, or a pitcher strikeouts, doesn't mean they aren't valuable.
Shawn Peters offers some trade advice including how to handle big leads in particular categories.
Shawn Peters discusses trading in fantasy baseball, including which players are seeing their trade values changing.
Shawn Peters recommends getting ahead of the line and acquiring second-half performers, like Bronson Arroyo, now.
Shawn Peters offers some thoughts for fantasy owners who are in keeper leagues and may need to look to 2010.
Shawn Peters discusses May trends and how they can be used to identify trade targets like Cole Hamels.
Shawn Peters discusses how to identify players who can be stolen because of their injuries.
Shawn Peters gives some tips on how to make the correct lowball trade offers in order to encourage some negotiations.
Shawn Peters has some suggestions on trading for players who are good for only one category.
Shawn Peters breaks the top trends in fantasy trades, and notes that some of the most popular players are worth it.
Shawn Peters offers his weekly trade thoughts and notes that "sell high and buy low" is a little cliche and should be retired.