What the Blue Jays-Marlins Mega Deal Means for the Rest of the American League East

While most discussion throughout the last couple days has focused on the Miami Marlins selling off nearly all of their assets and the re-loaded Blue Jays north of the border, there’s also a discussion to be had about what the reported massive trade means for Toronto’s competition, the American League East division.

Fantasy Baseball Daily Picks: Jordan Zimmerman, Andruw Jones, David Price, Hanley Ramirez, and more

Jerod provides a few interesting early-season runs scored nuggets, then jumps right into today’s tournaments and picks.

Fantasy Baseball Daily Picks: Kendrys Morales, Adrian Beltre, and Others for April 11th

For you daily fantasy baseball players, here are a handful of guys I really like and a handful of guys I don’t like for April 11th based on matchups, recent trends, ballpark, or a mix of all three.

Fantasy Baseball 2012 Strategy and Advice: Breaking Down in Tiers – Shortstop

Jim McGrew continues his fantasy baseball series where he categorizes players into tiers to make it easier to find bargains. Shortstop is on today’s agenda for analysis.

Fantasy Baseball Strategy and Advice: Busts for 2012

As the 2012 fantasy baseball season approaches, we’ve looked at the offseason moves and sleepers, both broken down by position. Today we’re going to take a look at the busts for 2012.

Fantasy Baseball Strategy and Advice: Offseason Moves in Review

Ryan Pinheiro breaks down all of the offseason transactions, position by position, to get you caught up before your draft in 2012.

MLB Free Agency Special: Previewing Hot Stove Season

To satiate your baseball appetite, MSF baseball analyst Pat Suley teamed up with Corey D’Souza to preview the biggest names on this year’s free agent market and the teams who will be the biggest players. If you’re a baseball fan, this is a must listen.

Fantasy Baseball Hitting Planner for Week of August 29th, 2011

Hopefully everyone reading this week’s Hitting Planner is still sitting pretty for the post season. As always: read, digest, and set your lineups accordingly.

Fantasy Baseball Hitting Planner for Week of August 22, 2011

As we head down the stretch, there will be teams who are trying to win every game they play, and then there will be teams who don’t care as much about Ws and Ls as they do seeing what they have on the roster. How will this influence your lineups? Help is here with this week’s hitting planner.

The Black Swan Theory

Evan Schwartz takes a look at some MLB players who are having black swan seasons either heading into free agency or right after earning a big contract.

Fantasy Baseball Stock Market Report: Reyes, Ramirez, Reynolds UP; Smoak, Hill, Desmond DOWN

The All Star Break is quickly approaching, which means fantasy players now have 4-6 weeks to get their teams ready for the stretch run and playoff positioning. Here are some players going in opposite directions at the season’s halfway point.

Fantasy Baseball Hitting Planner for Week of July 4th, 2011

An interesting place to focus this week is in the outfield. Many players that are rarely owned have been seeing a lot of playing time lately and may continue to see more as managers evaluate their teams heading into the second half of the season.

Break up the Mets! Seriously.

It has been an ugly few years to be a Mets fan. Maybe not as bad as being a Royals or Pirates fan, but bad nonetheless. That’s why Evan Schwartz thinks the Mets getting back into contention this year might just be the worst thing that could possibly happen.