No-Name Players Are Sometimes Better Than Established Veterans In Fantasy BaseballWe are two weeks into the 2016 Major League Baseball season, and already there are veteran positions players struggling to hit their weight. There also are experienced pitchers that can't find the strike zone at all. What do you do with these guys on your fantasy roster? It depends on the player and the situation, but in most leagues, there are always better alternatives on the waiver wire. The tough part is to decide if the short-term move will be better than long-term patience.
Elias Pounded, Offense Humiliated In Loss To AstrosSeattle starter Roenis Elias struggled and Seattle's hitters didn't fare any better to send the Mariners to their most lopsided loss of the season
Prospect Insider: Up-The-Middle OptionsProspect Insider's Tyler Carmont discusses the free agent hitters that play up the middle.
CBSSports.com: Fantasy Baseball Week 4 Starts And SitsThe fantasy baseball experts at CBSSports.com break down who to start and who to sit for the upcoming week.
Blue Jays Knock Around Seattle's Ace In 7-2 Win Josh Johnson believed the mechanical changes he was attempting to make would finally lead to a successful outing and an end to his lengthy losing streak for the Toronto right-hander.