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 examines the peripheral numbers of several starting pitchers off to hot starts, such as Matt Harvey, Jon Lester and Justin Masterson, to see whether they can be expected to maintain their early success.
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 the peripheral stats of 10 fantasy disappointments, including Justin Upton, Adrian Gonzalez and Eric Hosmer, to determine their chances of rebounding in 2013.
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 measures the factors that will help or hinder players as they change teams, division or leagues after offseason trades or signings.