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Recent Fantasy Baseball Articles
Dave Regan names his 2020 All-Rookie team with the Dodgers' Gavin Lux an early favorite for NL Rookie of the Year honors.
Brad Johnson features a few pitchers who have the potential to provide value when the season begins, including Yu Darvish, who, when firing on all cylinders, is a top-10-pitcher.
Jesse Siegel profiles prospects who are climbing the charts, like Miami's Edward Cabrera, and others who are going the opposite direction.
James Anderson continues his series on prospect ranking dilemmas, detailing a scenario where he really regrets being too low on Pirates slugger Oneil Cruz.
Chris Liss took Francisco Lindor with the fourth-overall pick. Jose Ramirez, Carlos Carrasco and Mike Clevinger also made the cut among current players.
Could Teoscar Hernandez be a late source in drafts for stolen bases? Jeff Erickson looks at Statcast's Sprint Speed metric to look for potential stolen base indicators.
Todd Zola considers the impact of cold weather on home run rates and run scoring and wonders if Jacob deGrom will miss pitching at Citi Field in April.
Jeff Erickson and Chris Liss squared off to assemble teams of the greatest Yankees. Gleyber Torres was one of two current players taken.
Erik Halterman analyzes the value of top-tier catchers, and checks in on who's rising and falling in baseball, like the Phillies' Andrew McCutchen.
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