Not All Rookies Are Created Equal In Fantasy Baseball, So Choose Yours WiselyAs some teams start calling up rookies to fill major roles in the lineup, only some of them will stick—and not too many of them will be worthy fantasy pickups. Beware the hype surrounding rookies when managing your fantasy team.
Kahn: Can the Cubs Repeat?The Cubs have played .500 ball so far, causing worry in Wrigleyville.
Injuries Already Taking Toll For Fantasy Baseball Owners In 2016First, it was the Arizona Diamondbacks losing outfielder A.J. Pollock before the season even began, and now it's the Chicago Cubs losing catcher/outfielder Kyle Schwarber in the first week. The San Diego Padres also may have lost starting pitcher Tyson Ross for awhile. What do you do if these guys are on your roster?
30 Players: Kyle Schwarber A Large Part Of Cubs’ Youth MovementThe Cubs youth movement get a big boost from a player with a big bat.
5 Things: Harper Hits No. 40, Rangers in FirstThis week’s recap mixes the fun and serious (in baseball terms). There was a record-setting game and some impressive and comical individual performances. Buckle up for the stretch run.
Schwarber Continues Surge, Cubs Beat Giants 7-3
Which Stat Categories Do You Need The Most In Fantasy Baseball?When trying to improve your fantasy roster, it's important to gauge which statistical categories can help you the most. If you're last in batting average, maybe it's not worth it to acquire a .300 hitter. If you're in the middle of the pack in steals, it might be worth it to find a speedster for your lineup.