Todd Zola explains why he ranked Michael Cuddyer, Chris Sale and others much higher than the aggregate in ESPN's Top 250 second-half rankings, and why he ranked players like Joey Votto and Jon Lester lower.
Matthew Berry explains one of the reasons why player evaluations can vary greatly from person to person, creating the over- and undervalued players known as the guys he loves and the guys he hates.
Todd Zola examines the fantasy strategy of "chasing wins" in the final weeks, proving that it can be effective if done properly.
Todd Zola examines such categories as K/9 rate, HR/FB ratio and BABIP to determine which starting pitchers are for real, and which are due for a regression.
Todd Zola lays out the thought process fantasy baseball owners should have when a trade offer comes in, and common misperceptions regarding trades.
Todd Zola comes up with a grading scale to help fantasy owners determine which pitchers they should start on any given day/week.
Todd Zola takes a mathematical approach to determine the best way to approach a fantasy baseball auction.
Todd Zola looks at some surprising facts about stadiums that come out when analyzing park factors.