Archive for July 2010

Figuring out who should be on the real All-Star teams is relatively easy and not particularly useful from a fantasy perspective. Today, we’ll tell you who should be on the second-half All-Star squad.

These are some pitchers whom Oliver projects surprisingly well in at least one category in 5×5 rotisserie.

You should know your team’s weaknesses by now, here are some surprising players that can help you in specific areas.

A week after giving some pitchers to target, we turn our attention to offense.

Figuring out what players are for real and which are mere mirages.

A month into the season seems as good a time as any to see how some of our early season predictions are panning out.

Relievers are often overlooked parts of fantasy teams. Here’s a look at some of Oliver’s favorites.

Jeremiah takes a closer look at 10 players who have gone from largely undrafted to almost universally owned.

It’s still early in the season. If you want to acquire some top-of-the-shelf talent for mid-shelf prices, now’s the time to act.

You’ve drafted your team, watched patiently for a week and are itching for changes. Here are a few players who are worth the minimal gamble.

Colby Lewis, Stephen Strasburg and Max Scherzer are just three of the pitchers on whom Oliver disagrees with other projections.

Our projection system really loves some of the obvious candidates, but some of these names could really help you on draft day.

Youth and injuries will play a large part in the Rangers’ season.

THT Forecasts is a great tool, especially for fantasy players. By downloading the spreadsheets, you can make the most of its powers.