Archive for June 2013

Which players see the biggest boost from roto and from total point formats?

Braves fans and Bob Horner may remember that.

Lonnie Chisenhall, Jordan Lyles and Edwin Jackson step up in Week 12

… and other musings about baseball’s top awards

Yes, it’s true. Todd Helton hit a double. Some other stuff happened, too.

What are you saving your free agent dollars for?…

Are young players better than they used to be?

A recent case submitted to the Court involves a league commissioner’s abuse of power.

The first shall be last, or something like that

MVP, LVP, deadline needs and sustainability: all studied!

Brandon Phillips drives in runs in a bad week and James Shields still can’t get a win.

The Rangers are going to try Jurickson Profar out in left field, but they should already know if he can play the position.

Wil Myers, Marlon Byrd, and Mike Carp are featured in today’s waiver wire column.

A former top prospect is flying under the radar and into the majors.

It’s when the Cubs and White Sox have home games on the same day

Tomorrow is rich in options

A look back at some of the players analyzed in the fantasy season’s first half

Assessing performance trends and sustainability isn’t the easiest thing to do. I can just picture some poor trader sauntering into the New York Stock Exchange on the morning of September 18, 1929 salivating over his prospects for the coming day. This principal also applies to fantasy baseball. Sometimes we’re prescient (Matt Kemp, so far), and […]

Amos was famous for one-handed catches and for being part of a one-sided trade.

Weather conspires to make Thin Thursday thinner.