We may have identified the most thoroughly injured fantasy baseball roster in history, and it belongs to an expert. Fred Zinkie joins the pod to discuss.
Joe Ross shut down the Mariners on Tuesday in his return to the Nats' rotation, and fantasy owners should consider reinvesting in the young righty.
LeGarrette Blount was never gonna repeat his ridiculous 2016 fantasy line. But he found a home where he can retain early-round value.
There was a time when PPR seemed like a necessary fix to a fantasy problem. But that time is over, gamers. Give first down scoring a try.
Jose Berrios is headed back to the big leagues for a weekend start, and our experts are trying so hard to forget his brutal 2016.
Anthony Rizzo will likely have eligibility at second base by mid-season, gamers. It's happening.
Starling Marte was typically selected in the second round of fantasy drafts, so his suspension is no small issue for those who've invested in him.
1. Blake Treinen will be closing for the Nationals. Nope, it’s not Koda Glover and it’s not Shawn Kelley and, as of this writing, there’s not David-Robertson-to-the-Nats trade buzz. Treinen’s sinker is of the highest quality, making him a groundball machine. He also punched out 8.5 batters per nine innings
As a general rule, here’s the way these fantasy draft recaps are supposed to flow: First, the author describes a meticulously planned pre-draft strategy — perhaps branding it with a memorable acronym — then they detail the flawless execution of their approach in a recent league. Today, I’d love nothing
Our final division preview is finally here, and we’ve saved the champs for last. You guys probably already realize the 2017 Chicago Cubs are the greatest collection of human talent ever assembled for a common purpose, but the fantasy community can’t afford to neglect the teams battling for second in
Had you been playing fantasy baseball in the 1970s — which of course you weren’t — it would never have been difficult to find stolen bases. Greg Luzinski, who was never not as big as a house, went 8-for-15 on stolen base attempts in 1978. It was the era of free steals, and it was glorious.
Let’s just say, hypothetically, that a major league starting pitcher had produced the following stats last season: 199.1 IP, 19 W, 236 K, 2.39 ERA, 0.97 WHIP.
For 108 years — a stretch of time that covers nearly the entire history of Major League Baseball — the Chicago Cubs and their fans experienced every possible variety of failure. The team lost with rosters that were dreadfully non-competitive, and they lost with 90-win squads featuring multiple Hall
After a noisy deadline, fantasy owners have some adding and dropping to do. It’s basically impossible to argue that Sacramento maximized its potential return on DeMarcus Cousins, one of the league’s elite bigs and best scorers. There is simply no way Hield won’t be featured by Sacramento over the final
Kevin Love has averaged 20 and 11 this season, earning all-star status and maintaining top-25 value for fantasy owners. Alas, he’ll be sidelined for at least six weeks following a knee scope, which means he’s a plausible drop in fantasy (depending on your format). In this week’s hoops pod, we discuss
Washington has won 90-plus games in three of the past five seasons and hasn’t finished below .500 since 2011. This team boasts the 2016 N.L. Cy Young winner (Max Scherzer), the 2015 MVP (Bryce Harper) and last season’s OPS leader (Daniel Murphy). The Nationals added a reliable lead-off hitter via trade