Todd Zola looks at 15 starting pitchers owned in less than one-third of ESPN standard leagues who can help a desperate fantasy owner, such as Tyson Ross and Charlie Morton.
Todd Zola examines the relationship between current strikeout rates and hitter projections, and how that pertains to such players as Joe Mauer, Justin Upton, Matt Carpenter and Jay Bruce.
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 offers strong, statistically based opinions on key fantasy options such as Allen Craig, Andrew McCutchen, Jose Reyes and Mike Trout.
Todd Zola looks at the peripheral stats of 10 disappointing pitchers, including Dan Haren, Jon Lester and Tim Lincecum, to determine their chances of rebounding in 2013.
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 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.