Tristan H. Cockcroft hands out his fantasy pitching awards for the 2013 season.
Matthew Berry is back with this month's TRUM, offering his thoughts on everything from A.J. Burnett's and Luis Valbuena's early success to the Angels' woes to a TV show he likes.
AJ Mass has a primer to those interested in playing fantasy baseball for the first time.
Tristan H. Cockcroft lays out the 20 players he's most heavily targeting in fantasy drafts and auctions, including Matt Wieters and Vance Worley, and explains why he likes them more than most owners.
Eric Karabell takes a team-by-team look at the players he'll be watching closely this spring, including Jason Heyward and injury returns Kendrys Morales and Josh Johnson.
Tristan H. Cockcroft fills out a roster consisting of who he thinks will be the best in fantasy baseball come 2015.
Matthew Berry conducts a series of "blind resume" tests to demonstrate how some players have been performing versus one another without the extraneous "name value" to muck up the works.
Matthew Berry waxes philosophic on his favorite and least favorite television commercials as well as player performance in April.
Fantasy baseball daily notes for games of April 16 and 17.
Daily Notes for fantasy leagues setting lineups for Saturday and Sunday, May 15-16.
Daily Notes for fantasy leagues setting lineups for Thursday, April 22.
Eric Karabell discusses the early-season contributions from Kansas City Royals outfielder Jose Guillen, from a fantasy perspective.
Eric Karabell writes that Manny Ramirez should not be dropped in leagues, and that he'll produce top-25 numbers upon his return.
Pierre Becquey has some notable fantasy observations about 44 players after the first month of the season.
Shawn Peters discusses players whose name value does not match their current or future production.
AJ Mass looks at the problem of arbitrarily counting and not counting official MLB stats.