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The majority of fantasy baseball advice and analysis is tailored to standard head-to-head and rotisserie leagues. The rationale for this is twofold. First, those scoring formats are significantly more popular than points leagues, and writers naturally want to capture the broadest possible audience. To wit: I make a point of familiarizing myself with ADP data... Read More

I was fortunate enough to be invited to mock with some of the industry’s brightest on Thursday night, where I was able to test out how picking No. 6 in a 12-team roto league would go. Organized by, I locked horns with folks such as Steve Gardner, Tim Heaney, John Halpin and Joel Henard... Read More

Reds Sign Ryan Raburn

The Cincinnati Reds signed free-agent outfielder Ryan Raburn to a minor league deal with an invite to spring training Friday, according to a source. The 35-year-old journeyman outfielder hit a disappointing .220 with nine home runs and 30 RBI in 113 games with the Rockies last year. He's a notable lefty killer, though, with a... Read More

I don't care whether you've got snow on your lawn or not. All clubs have reported to Spring Training, which means it's springtime for all. We’ve been bringing you our February rankings updates over the past couple of weeks, and today we wrap up the series with our 2017 relief pitcher fantasy baseball rankings. This round of... Read More

Last year we heard rumblings of players and fans alike thinking the ball was juiced, as homers skyrocketed. We have also begun to hear teams mention over the years that outs on the basepaths might not be worth the risk of a stolen base. Then again, maybe it’s just my bias as an Orioles’ fan... Read More

Zack Cozart Feels 100 Percent

Cincinnati Reds shortstop Zack Cozart said he knee feels 100 percent healthy for the first time since his injury. He's not planning to wear the bulky brace on his knee in 2017. Cozart was on his way to a breakout season in 2015 when he suffered his knee injury. He dealt with more nagging injuries... Read More

The 71-91 record doesn’t show it, but 2016 was a successful season for Philadelphia. Their young trio of starting pitchers Vince Velasquez, Aaron Nola and Jerad Eickhoff impressed for much of the season while guys like Odubel Herrera, Maikel Franco, Cesar Hernandez and Freddy Galvis put together promising seasons. The Phillies are not necessarily going... Read More

The National League Central features the 2016 World Series Champions and baseball's darlings, the Chicago Cubs. But there are two other solid teams as well in the Pittsburgh Pirates and St. Louis Cardinals. The Milwaukee Brewers and Cincinnati Reds are likely in for long 2017 seasons, but that doesn't mean they are devoid of talent... Read More

We continue our February rankings with the 2017 starting pitcher fantasy baseball rankings (part two). Kyle Bishop covered the big names yesterday, so today I'll be looking at the later tiers. This is where you find the sleepers who will help you win your league. As you may know, this round of rankings features input from... Read More

It was a disappointing season for the Mets in 2016. A year after taking home the National League Pennant and losing in five games to the Kansas City Royals, expectations were for them to be back in the playoff chase with arguably the best rotation in baseball. But injuries to Steven Matz and Jacob deGrom... Read More

Pitchers and catchers have reported. A lot has happened in these last four-plus months, but none of what happened was baseball! I think I figured out the problem, you guys. Anyway, we’ve covered the position players in our ongoing February rankings update, so it’s time to move on to the mound. Today’s focus is the... Read More

The Miami Marlins finished last season 79-82, a slightly improved season from 2015 when they went 71-91. But their 2016 season will be remembered only for the tragic loss of superstar starting pitcher Jose Fernandez, who was killed in a boat accident on Sept. 25. The loss of Fernandez was not only a devastating loss on... Read More

Yesterday, my colleague Kyle Bishop reviewed the meat of the outfield market. Today, we sort through the mid-tier guys and the scraps (tier six and below) with a keen eye for hidden treasures that could win you your league. Editor's note: Be sure to also check out our 2017 fantasy baseball rankings dashboard. It's already loaded up... Read More

Cincinnati Reds second baseman Jose Peraza is slated to open the 2017 as the starter at second base, according to manager Bryan Price. Second baseman Dilson Herrera could serve some sort of super-utility role like Peraza did last season if the youngster can handle multiple positions. With speed becoming more of a precious commodity in... Read More

The Reds and Braves finalized a trade today, sending Brandon Phillips to Atlanta in return for two pitchers, right-handed Carlos Portuondo and left-handed Andrew McKirahan. Neither are regarded as prime prospects, but the rebuilding Reds just wanted to open up room on the roster for younger players. The Reds will pay most of Phillips' contract... Read More

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