Now healthy, Logan Forsythe could be a fantasy asset down the stretch.
After toiling in Tampa Bay's offensive quagmire, Tim Beckham is finally hitting in a favorable offensive environment.
The Buccaneers drafted a tight end in the first round, which neatly screens the value of unheralded Cameron Brate.
With a possible suspension looming, do you have the stomach to use a lottery pick on Ezekiel Elliott?
The Cardinals finally have an answer in the ninth inning: Trevor Rosenthal.
Blake Treinen didn't make it in Washington's bullpen, but he might be the new closer in Oakland.
Power-speed combos are hard to find, which is why Manuel Margot is becoming a fantasy star.
Orlando Arcia's offensive game has developed quicker than expected.
Jay Ajayi is one of the most sought after RBs in fantasy drafts, but one Yahoo fanalyst isn't buying in.
Power prospect Derek Fisher is back in Houston, and he might get a chance to play regularly.
First priority in a Superflex format of 14 teams? Make sure you have a quarterback plan.
Indy's Jack Doyle is one of five must-grab tight ends in 2017 according to the Yahoo Fantasy crew.
Collin McHugh might be finally healthy, and he should receive ample support from Houston's loaded offense.
Gerardo Parra was a flop in his first Colorado season, but he's having an under-the-radar comeback year.
It took a while for Manny Pina to come into fantasy value, but he's an asset in his age-30 season.
R.A. Dickey has been untouchable for six weeks, in part because of a new personal catcher.
Jose Ramirez's stats speak for themselves, but there's one other sneaky thing that makes him a fantasy savior.
Mike Foltynewicz appears to be putting things together in Atlanta.
Catchers are a mess in 2017, the one position that’s not crushing the ball. But we still rank them. We rank everything.
Sonny Gray has been sharp for five weeks, surely to the delight of several contending teams, looking for pitching.
Adam Wainwright's overall stats are messy, but he might make sense as a home-only starter.
Matt Bush has been scuffling for weeks, which means it's time for a speculation play in the Texas bullpen.
There is no ideal replacement for the injured Trea Turner, but we have 10 names for your consideration.
The Cardinals bullpen is an open audition these days. Trevor Rosenthal was the last man standing Wednesday.
It took just nine starts for Jose Berrios to climb into the star class on the latest Shuffle Up.