Zack Greinke smashed his collarbone in a brawl last week, and his injury left a gigantic void in many fantasy pitching staffs. Here are a few quick and dirty recommendations for replacements while Greinke recovers.
The Miami Marlins have become the number one joke in all of baseball, with the best punchline being the roster full of obscurities and never-will-be's. It's not all bad, however, as Paul Rice points out a few Marlins players worth owning in fantasy.
It's the first week of the season and small sample size fooferah is running rampant. Here are the five hottest hitters from baseball's Opening Week, but what are the chance that they can sustain this hot hitting for a longer period of time?
With an injury-riddled fantasy roster and a gathering sense of desperation, Paul Rice swallows his pride and dips into the free agent pool to pick up Jeff Francoeur, one of the worst fantasy players in 2011. How will this turn out?
Kyle Lohse finally lands on a team, Mike Leake is fantasy-relevant again (sort of), and Scott Kazmir is still alive. We discuss the fantasy ramifications.
These fantasy hitters are the toughest in the league to predict. They all have potential to be fantasy studs, but could also just as easily provide you with squat.
Don't want to pay the premium for the top-ranked closers in fantasy drafts? Here are the top five bust out closer candidates for those looking for a sneaky source of saves.
They're the maddening pitchers who are one step from fantasy stardom, but yet seem so far away. Here are the top six wild card pitchers who could make or break your fantasy season in 2013.
Fake Teams takes you back to fantasy baseball's past, to examine who would have been the top fantasy players in the year 1953!
These pitchers lost a lot of their value in 2012, whether due to injury or ineffectiveness. Here is why you should target them in this year's draft and expect a bounceback.
Which players are going to break out to become fantasy stars in 2013? Here is a listing of the top picks to click, by position.
A look at some of the big names who landed on new American League teams this offseason, and how that move affects their fantasy value.
Hunter Pence struggled mightily after his acquisition by the Giants last year and his fantasy owners suffered. Can he overcome his home park's offense-killing ways to reclaim his fantasy value?
Todd Frazier has a starting third base position all to himself in 2013, and he's ready to be a nice power-hitting option in NL-only formats.
Ben Zobrist gained shortstop eligibility late in the 2012 season. He now enters 2013 as one of the strongest five-category players in AL-only formats.
A look at a collection of players who have changed teams in the offseason and have landed in the National League, and how that change in environment will affect their fantasy value, for better or worse.
Fernando Rodney shocked the fantasy masses by turning into one of baseball's best closers in 2012. Before you go crazy drafting him though, be prepared for almost certain regression.
Tim Lincecum's poor 2012 season was devastating for many fantasy owners. Can he rebound and reclaim his status as fantasy ace?
Brett Anderson is a potential Top-20 fantasy pitcher when he can stay off the DL. Is 2013 finally the year he delivers on that promise?
Giancarlo Stanton is a home run-hitting beast and a first round fantasy stud. Can he reach the 50-home run mark in 2013?
Desmond Jennings was a disappointment in his first full big league season, but even if he isn't a star, he's a stolen base asset in deep leagues and AL-only formats.
Aramis Ramirez doesn't get the accolades that some other fantasy players do, but he's one of the top run producers at third base on a yearly basis.
In the second part of our point/counterpoint debate, I take Mike Moustakas as a better third base option than Pedro Alvarez.
Alcides Escobar had a breakout season in 2012 and looks like he might be a solid fantasy shortstop. Was the improvement the real thing, or a fluke?
Troy Tulowitzki had his 2012 season ruined by injury, but he's worth risking a high draft pick, as he's the top fantasy shortstop when healthy.
After a disastrous sophomore season, Jemile Weeks looks to live up to his substantial talent and put himself on fantasy radars again.
Marco Scutaro provided a surprising lift to fantasy owners with a red hot August and September. Despite the postseason heroics, though, he's still little more than a last resort fantasy second base option.