Todd Zola discusses a handful of hitters who are undervalued because they are playing more often or hitting in a better lineup slot than originally expected, such as Chris Heisey and Evan Gattis.
Todd Zola looks at some of the league's top sluggers, including Andrew McCutchen, Edwin Encarnacion, Josh Willingham and Mark Trumbo, and examines whether they can maintain their elevated home run paces.
Todd Zola examines such hitting metrics as BABIP, K%, BB% and HR/FB to determine which hitters are due for a regression (Mike Trout?) and which are good buy-low candidates (Eric Hosmer?).
Todd Zola looks at what Rotisserie standings categories tend to have the most movement from this point in the season and on.
Todd Zola measures the factors that will help or hinder players as they change teams, division or leagues after offseason trades or signings.