Weaver and Iwakuma are finished. So is Nathan. Pelfrey is a star. The Red Sox pitchers are setting baseball back 100 years. Read on to find out which of those statements are accurate.
Old guys struggling, youngsters struggling, players just not being very good. Ray Flowers takes a look around the diamond.
Todd looks at the stolen base success rate numbers from 2010 to 2014 in an effort to identify the better match-ups to use your speed players
Ray Flowers takes a look at a measure that you might be hearing a lot about but one you may not be overly familiar with in this installment of Sabermetric Alley.
Glenn Colton takes a look at red hot starts from Dallas Keuchel, Matt Carpenter, Jean Segura and more in this week's Week That Was
Streaming Pitching Options for Week 3: Kendall Graveman, Dan Haren, Jon Niese, Brett Anderson, Odrisamer Despaigne & More
Two Start Pitchers for Week 3 of the Fantasy Baseball Season: Jake Arrieta, Carlos Carrasco, Francisco Liriano, Gio Gonzalez & More
Ray Flowers takes a look around the majors and profiles a ton of the pitchers who took the bump Wednesday April 15th.
All anyone wants to talk about is rookies. Is that smart or have we been sucked into the eye of a hurricane without even knowing it?
Ray Flowers takes another look at what people should be doing at this time of year, and the answer isn't making rash decisions.
Todd reviews the top-15 home run hitters thus far, deciding whether the power is real and thus a trade candidate or if it is an aberration.
Ray Flowers takes a look at the eight men who toed the rubber in the early games on April 15th, 2015.
Ray looks into some intriguing numbers with guys like Abreu, Betts, Cruz, Gattis, McCarthy and Sabathia.
People love overreacting in our society and nowhere is this trait more evident than in the world of fantasy baseball.
Ray reviews the early season starts of the future stars of the game and discusses the mounting injuries and performance situations of some folks in the big leagues.