Khris Davis has power. It was on full display in the second half last season. Could we be witnessing the birth of a 30-homer bat or does his move to Oakland ruin his chance of getting there?
Ryan Zimmerman is washed up at 31 years of age, right? Maybe it’s too soon to write off the aging, always injured vet.
The 2016 Player Profile series is back. Check out the players that Ray Flowers is profiling this season with a new addition to years past – this year there are videos in addition to the written word.
There are plenty of hurlers in baseball that folks are targeting, but we’re pretty sure that Jason Hammel isn’t one of them. Is that right on or way off?
Trevor Bauer was the third selection in the 2011 Entry Draft. Superstardom was at his fingertips. As we enter the 2016 season we’re still waiting for him to take the next step.
You may not know how to spell his name, what team he is on, or what he has to offer at the dish, but Byung-ho Park is someone a bunch of you are asking about. Let’s explore.
Gio Gonzalez, top end, is just good. That said, don’t you think you can win if you can roster a bunch of “good” hurlers at a discount on draft day?
Every year Rick Porcello gets a push in the fantasy game. Every year I simply don’t understand why. Will the 2016 preseason witness that situation played out yet again?
Evan Longoria’s time is past if we’re talking about him being the next superstar at third base, but just because he never matched the considerable hype doesn’t mean he shouldn’t still be considered a very effective performer at the hot corner.
Elvis Andrus isn’t a name anyone wants to call out on draft day. Yet, when the season is over, those that took that chance might not be as disappointed as they thought this preseason.
Brad Miller is now a member of the Rays. I think he’s an option to be a starting shortstop in mixed leagues this season. Let me explain why I think that is.
Justin Verlander rebounded in 2015. Will he return to dominance in 2016? Will he maintain last year’s levels? Will he revert to the struggling hurler we saw in 2014? Let’s discuss.
Andrew Cashner had a bad season in 2015 in many respects. At the same time there are still plenty of reasons that suggest he could end up providing a nice return on your investment this season.
A one-time future star, Lawrie has settled in as a competent player with a couple of different gloves that helps to prop up his draft day cost, and outlook, just a bit.
A young player with little push, is it possible that the Tigers’ third baseman is a breakout start in his fourth big league season?