Jeff Erickson joins Alan Seslowsky and explains how to handle Gerrit Cole's slow start.
Jeff Erickson is starting to panic about Giants' "reliever" Jake McGee.
Chris Liss discusses last October's controversial decision and argues process cannot be evaluated in the absence of stakes-adjusted results.
Chris Liss explains why he doesn't think traditional projections systems make good draft tools and proposes an alternative.
Chris Liss takes stock of his seven fantasy baseball rosters which include five shares of Yankees shortstop Gleyber Torres.
Chris Liss snagged Fernando Tatis at 1.3 in the NFBC Online Championship.
Superstars like Mike Trout and Jacob deGrom can be good picks even if they cost more than they earn.
Chris Liss took Juan Soto at 1.5 and followed him up with pitchers in Rounds 2 and 3.
Chris grabbed Kyle Tucker for $33, his most expensive player.
Liss and Shoe's Dynasty went mostly with boring veterans, chasing at-bats and innings in this format. They also got Matthew Boyd who should be a good source of strikeouts now that he's ostensibly healthy.
Liss took eight straight hitters to start his draft, including Christian Yelich at pick 1.8.
Is ADP still a reflection of the crowd's collective wisdom, or does it lead us toward groupthink?
Should you push up players like Adalberto Mondesi who offer big contributions in the increasingly scarce steals category?
If home runs become more scarce again due to changes in the baseball, the game's elite hitters like Mike Trout might get a boost in value.
Chris took Gerrit Cole at 1.7 in his first NFBC Online Championship league of the year.
Chris Liss went pocket aces, taking Shane Bieber at 1.13 and coming back with Walker Buehler at 2.3.
Chris Liss lays out the players he ended up with in his fantasy baseball drafts, and he's all in on Carter Kieboom.
Chris needs Clayton Kershaw to do some heavy lifting on his hitting-heavy NFBC team.
Chris Liss played chicken with closers, but was able to get one of his staples, Byron Buxton, in the ninth round.
After vowing to take Jacob deGrom, Chris took Cody Bellinger with the No. 3 pick and went big on hitting instead.
Brian Dozier was the first active player to be selected. He went to Chris Liss in the fifth round.
Aaron Nola is the only current Philadelphia Phillies player taken in the All-Time Phillies draft.
Miguel Cabrera and Justin Verlander have each won a World Series with different teams, but their Tigers teams never were able to clear the final hurdle.
Andy Behrens took current shortstop Javy Baez with the seventh overall pick.
Jose Abreu was the only current White Sox hitter taken in this draft, though not the only current player. See who else Bennett Karoll, Todd Zola and Jeff Erickson drafted.
Jose Bautista was the first outfielder taken in our All-Time Blue Jays draft. Who went first overall?
Adam Wainwright was among a handful of active players taken in the All-Time Cardinals draft. See who else Brian Walton, Todd Zola and Jeff Erickson selected.
John Toperzer, Todd Zola and Jeff Erickson drafted from the All-Time Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday's SiriusXM show. Here are the results.
Even though he's only played two years with them, Christian Yelich already ranks among the all-time Brewers.
Mookie Betts is no longer with the Red Sox, but still got taken in the second round of our All-Time Red Sox draft.