It happens every year: A solid productive player on your fantasy baseball roster gets traded to a team that just plans on using him as a backup. If you’re lucky, one of your backups is the benefit of such a trade, too. However, every fantasy owner needs to make adjustments after July 31 to make sure their rosters are still competitive and productive. If not, it’s a slow crawl to the end of September and sixth place in your league.
Everyone likes to grab the hot rookies in fantasy baseball, but the truth is, only a few of them really stay productive over the course of the full season. Sometimes, investing in the veteran coming off the disabled list is a good idea, if you’re willing to risk the possibility of more injury later on.
The Cincinnati Reds may have some pitching options for the Seattle Mariners.
When can you trust your struggling studs? Twelve starts into the season, Fantasy owners still have no idea what to make of Mike Minor. After he was sidelined with an injury to open the year, Minor just hasn’t been able to recapture his old form.
The fantasy baseball experts at CBSSports.com break down who to start and who to sit for the upcoming week.
PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — The hiring of coach Mike Leach is not the only sign that Washington State has tired of being a Pac-12 doormat. An $80 million expansion has dramatically changed the league’s most […]