Archive for August 2012

Examining the hot starting pitcher pickups of the last two weeks

Mike profiles a handful of buy-low hitters

Taking a look at some of the best sell-high candidates in fantasy

Looking at starting pitcher value through the lens of an expected wins formula

Mike takes a turn at solving the R.A. Dickey riddle.

How real are the breakout stars of 2012?

How do Dayan Viciedo, Chris Davis and Homer Bailey stack up as their ownership rises?

There’s been a lot of turnover among the league’s finishers; ranking the replacements.

Profiling the hot starts among fantasy’s most unheralded starting pitchers

Is Mike Aviles a fantasy stud? Is Philip Humber worth owning? What’s going on with David Wright?

10 early-season trends, zero utterances of “sample size”

Some guys just fall through the cracks.

You can get these valuable players cheaply

Mike says: Quit bad-mouthing the free-swingers—or you’ll regret it!

And the value of playing in a Red Sox uniform.

This week, we look at Starlin Castro batting in the three-hole, and two of the biggest steals of the draft

A new employee of the Colorado Springs Sky Sox discusses scouting, his job specs, and how a little-known prospect from the ’80s can help us understand today’s ballplayers.

The first installment in a series chronicling Silver’s experiences working in the Public Relations Department of the Triple-A Colorado Springs Sky Sox.

After a terrible 2009 season, Chris Davis’ stock is at an all-time low. But we must ask ourselves, is this a fair valuation?

After a surprisingly productive 2009, what can we realistically expect from Nolan Reimold in 2010?