Kris Bryant is the best youngster in baseball history. Just ask anyone.
Nelson Cruz was a power superstar last season. Folks expect that production to pull back a bit this season in Seattle, but how much is the question?
Which players has Ray Flowers broken down in 2015? Ray lists all the men currently reviewed in the series in one easy to find spot.
People love Yoenis Cespedes so why does Ray Flowers think that folks don't understand Cespedes' true value in the fantasy game? Read on to find out.
Rick Porcello is an exciting fantasy option according to some folks now that he's with the Red Sox. My sincere question is - why?
Jake Marisnick has no "heat" behind him at the moment, but if you're looking for a late round grab that could offer a big return he's a potential target.
Jose Quintana is a lefty who isn't on every fantasy players radar, but perhaps he should be.
Jedd Gyorko went from rising start to utter failure in 12 months. As we begin the 2015 campaign his fantasy outlook is muddled to say the least.
Overlooked, often dismissed and never sexy, Martin Prado is still a valuable addition in the fantasy game given his skills, likely spot in the batting order and multi-position flexibility.
A former superstar, Carl Crawford is no longer that man. Doesn't mean that he can't be a useful fantasy asset though if deployed properly.
Lucas Duda was a power hitting star for the Mets last season. What does he do for an encore in 2015?
An elite prospect, Eric Hosmer was labeled as "can't miss." To this point he's largely let down the faithful. Will the 2015 season being any different or will there be more crying in baseball?
Danny Santana has plenty of speed and a starting spot with the Twins. Is that enough to justify the push he's getting in the fantasy game?
T.J. House might just find his way into the starting rotation for the Indians as an injury to Gavin Floyd has opened up a spot.
Chris Davis was a beast in 2013. In 2014 he broke everyone's hearts that rostered him. What will he do in 2015?