Yankee slugger Aaron Judge at spring training in 2015.

Minor league report: Judge finally shows in game power

The dog days of summer are here as the calendar goes from June to July. Just because you are out of the race, and even those in the race, don’t let the middle of the long season get to you. Stay on top of the minor league markets and find the next A.J. Reed that […]

Ace Analysis

Ace Analysis: Liriano and Shields

The goal of the Ace Analysis Series is to analyze pitchers whose most recent performance has not met expectations and try to determine whether the results are due to skill change, or simply a run of good/bad luck. As always, I do take requests, so if there is a specific player you would like me […]

Waiver Wire Report 2016

Waiver Wire Report: Week 13

Justin Bour (Marlins) Available in 56% of CBS, 77% of Y! and 73% of ESPN leagues Bour is under-owned partly due to the fact he sits versus lefties, but he’s batting .276 against righties with 13 home runs over 174 at bats. For the season and the last 30 days he ranks just outside the […]

Franklin Gutierrez A Platoon of your own

A Platoon Of Your Own

Good morning, good afternoon, or good evening – whichever is applicable to you. If you were to ask me which major league team was first to implement a hitting platoon, I could not tell you. My first recollection of platoon usage was the 1993 Philadelphia Phillies. With a deep roster and a ton of personality, […]


Roaring Resurgence: Justin Upton Has Returned

A good fantasy owner uses equal parts aggression and patience when managing their team. Sure, you have to be quick to open a roster spot when a top prospect is recalled or when picking up a trending player based on a recent hot streak. However, sometimes the best thing to do with a struggling player […]

Ball Street The Roto Exchange

Ball Street: The Roto Exchange – Week 12

Is the grind of the season getting to you full-season managers? It’s certainly hard to admit defeat this early in the season, but don’t be afraid to make some waiver wire additions of hot players in the hopes of picking up a few points in redraft leagues. As for keeper formats, it’s never too late […]

MLB Roto RX 2

MLB Roto RX – Episode 13

Episode Thirteen Join Andy Singleton (@PeoplezPen) and Tehol Beddict (@LordBeddict) this week as they highlight players you aren’t hearing about everywhere else, and use their experience to help you determine what to do with them. Plus, Dr. Selene Parekh (@seleneparekhmd), aka The Fantasy Doctor, will give you first hand analysis on injured players and give […]

Wil Myers and the Return

Wil Myers and the return to the Promised Land

When the Rays traded James Shields and Wade Davis to the Royals in 2012, it was all made possible because of the elite power prospect coming back from Kansas City; Wil Myers. He crushed his way through his rookie campaign, winning the Rookie of the Year despite only playing in 88 games. He hit for […]

Minor League Prospects

Minor league report: Giolito is back on track

Minor league report: Giolito is back on track

With the draft hype dying down and a handful of them signing, we can get back to focusing on the guys who have been around for a while. There are a lot of the people I was, at least slightly, concerned about earlier this season that have turned things around. One of them being Tim Anderson […]

Player Spotlight

Ace Analysis: The Review

Ace Analysis: The Review

This week’s Ace Analysis is going to take a bit of a different approach. I will look back on all the pitchers that I have analyzed so far this season and grade each recommendation in terms of accuracy. Sometimes it is necessary to reflect on the past before moving forward. As we approach the halfway […]

Weekly Lineup Help

Field of Streams; Week 12 Weekend Streamers

Field of Streams; Week 12 Weekend Streamers

Good day folks and welcome back to the feel good streaming post of the year, Field of Streams. Before we delve into this weekend’s recommendations, let’s take a look at how last weekend’s streamers fared. Last weekend’s six streamers were all fairly decent, although they did go 0-3 (#killthewin). Take away the W/L record and […]