Todd Zola breaks down Week 17 of the 2014 fantasy baseball season, spanning July 28-August 3.
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 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.
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 looks for hidden gems on the waiver wire, undervalued hitters who could shine with regular playing time, such as Chris Denorfia and Rajai Davis.
Todd Zola offers strong, statistically based opinions on key fantasy options such as Allen Craig, Andrew McCutchen, Jose Reyes and Mike Trout.
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 some surprising facts about stadiums that come out when analyzing park factors.
Todd Zola measures the factors that will help or hinder players as they change teams, division or leagues after offseason trades or signings.