Not All Rookies Are Created Equal In Fantasy Baseball, So Choose Yours WiselyAs some teams start calling up rookies to fill major roles in the lineup, only some of them will stick—and not too many of them will be worthy fantasy pickups. Beware the hype surrounding rookies when managing your fantasy team.
Saves And Speed Still Can Be Secured By Smart Shopping On The Waiver WireThere's an old adage in fantasy baseball about never wasting high draft picks on closers and stolen-base demons, because you can often find them throughout the season. It's only partially true, and here's why.
Six Weeks Into Fantasy Baseball Season, It's Time To Drop Struggling Draft PicksPart of both the frustration and the fun of fantasy sports is picking players in the draft, but if those picks aren't producing yet, fantasy baseball owners have to be thinking about cutting bait at this point.
Injuries Already Piling Up For Fantasy Baseball Teams In 2017What does it mean when both the 2015 American League MVP and the 2016 AL Cy Young winner are both on the disabled list right now? It means a lot of fantasy team owners are scrambling for replacements.
Players That Went Undrafted For Good Reason Might Now Be Worth Picking UpBounce-back players that no one wanted to risk a fantasy baseball draft pick on in March are always good pickups once the season gets started—and they've proven they are back to full strength.
Always Be Looking For Fast Starters In Fantasy Baseball's First MonthSitting on your hands and watching players on the waiver wire ring up big statistics is a bad way to manage your fantasy baseball team. Don't let those players off to hot starts get picked up by other teams.