I think it’s more likely that he starts the season in the minors and makes his debut in late-April. Once he gets that call, as I predict he becomes the National League Rookie of the Year, I believe he will be the ace of the San Diego staff.
What you don’t see at the face of those nicknames is the little engine that could. The table-setter at the top of the Yankees’ lineup that opposing pitchers always say is one of the peskiest hitters to face across the game.
Jason Kipnis has fallen out of favor in the fantasy baseball community in recent years. However, his ADP is begging for you to draft and stash!
After a health scare in 2018, Kenley Jansen is back and ready to lock down the backend of the Dodgers’ bullpen.
Max Scherzer has dominated the fantasy pitching ranks over the last four years. That is going to continue for at least another year!
The 2018 AL All-Star starting OF headline this list: Trout, Betts, Judge.
Francisco Lindor has become the premiere SS in baseball. In what is a very thin position, his fantasy stock is very, very high.
Four straight seasons of 35+ doubles, 35+ home runs, and 110+ RBI? Nolan Arenado.
There’s Mike Trout. There’s Jose Ramirez. Then, there’s everyone else.
Paul Goldschmidt remains the face of the 1B position, regardless of what uniform he’s wearing.
J.T. Realmuto has marked his territory as MLB’s best catcher. Can he repeat his breakout 2018 campaign with another one in 2019? The answer is yes.
Who to start/sit to ride the momentum into the playoffs!
See what pitchers can be the difference between winning and losing your matchups this week with our 2-Start Pitcher report! See which 3 to start/sit!
Jose Berrios a risky play this week? Masahiro Tanaka due to break the slump? Find out which 2-Start Pitchers to stream/sit!
We can create legitimate All-Star teams of just players 25 years old and younger. That doesn’t even include the slew of 26-year old superstars!
Week 15’s two-start pitchers include some big names, and some very obscure sleepers!