Early contenders in the MLB MVP races

Looking across the statistical leaders across Major League Baseball at the 50-game mark, there’s a fair share of usual suspects, some players that are emerging into stars and some players whose level of production seemingly came out of nowhere. It’s still early, but there are some players that have proved enough to be in the […]

Call to the Bullpen MLB Podcast: Trade Deadline Primer

We’re less than two weeks away from the MLB trade deadline. Corey and I discuss potential destinations for Zach Greinke, Justin Upton, Jimmy Rollins, Ryan Dempster, Matt Garza among others.

Fantasy Baseball Daily Picks: Justin Morneau (Welcome back!), A.J. Pierzynski, Jhonny Peralta, and more

Today’s daily picks features a long-awaited kudos to Justin Morneau, who sure has looked recovered from his concussion issues the last two nights.

Fantasy Baseball Daily Picks: Stephen Strasburg, Nick Swisher, Howie Kendrick, and more

It’s time for another round of daily fantasy baseball picks, which I enjoyed doing so much last week that I’ve decided to continue this week. Among today’s picks: Stephen Strasburg, Nick Swisher, and Howie Kendrick, plus many others.

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 2011 Year in Review: 30/30 & 20/20 Hitters

When you talk about the 30/30 or 20/20 club in baseball, it usually refers to players with 30+ home runs & 30+ stolen bases and 20+ home runs & 20+ stolen bases in the same season. After a thrilling end to the regular season, here’s a review of the 2011 30/30 & 20/20 club members.

Milwaukee Brewers v Arizona Diamondbacks NLDS Preview: Analysis, Prediction, TV Schedule, Pitching Matchups

Brewers fanatic Chris Callaway is very happy with the ways things turned out for the Brew Crew. Home field advantage and no Phillies in the first round? Fine by him. Here is his preview of the NLDS matchup between Milwaukee and Arizona.

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.

Fantasy Baseball Stock Market Report: Matsui, Jennings UP; Upton, Soriano DOWN

As July turns to August, who is heating up and who is cooling down? It’s all in this week’s Fantasy Baseball Stock Market Report.

Fantasy Baseball Weekly Hitting Planner for Week of August 1st

As we are entering the hottest point of the year, expect some bats to heat up. This is usually a time when pitchers begin to feel the effects of the long season and hitters start to see the ball better than ever, and we have outlined a few of them in this week’s hitting planner.

Baseball’s Biggest Suprises as Summer Begins

Yesterday was officially the first day of summer, which is a perfect time to check up on the biggest surprises thus far in the MLB. I picked the two biggest surprises in the American and National Leagues to highlight.