Some Fantasy owners avoid streaky hitters while others don't mind riding the waves. First you have to know who is at risk of being inconsistent, so Al Melchior has pinpointed this season's most erratic producers.
The Orioles are done for insofar as their 2015 playoff hopes are concerned. Now let's recap the 2015 season in Baltimore and peek ahead to 2016.
The 2015 season didn't go according to plan for the Brewers, but there's young talent in place for the future.
Seven homes games at Coors Field for the Rockies? That always gets Scott White's attention as he offers lineup advice for Week 22.
It's the fourth no-hitter in MLB in 2015, the ninth since the 2014 season began, and the 291st in history. It's also the fifth no-hitter in Mariners history and the third straight American League no-hitter by Mariners pitchers.
Feeling comfortable with your lineup with less than one-third of the season to go? If you're still unsure of a particular player's value, a look at the rest-of-the-season rankings will help, our Scott White says.
The Padres and Reds shocked many teams around the league by largely standing pat, leading to a trade deadline that ended with a whimper instead of a bang. Plus more news around the league.
The Orioles have played well in the second half of the 2015 season. They seem to be the overlooked team in the AL wild-card race.
Taking stock after a busy MLB Trade Deadline week to declare who did well and who did not.
Gerardo Parra has been very good this season, but his role has limited his Fantasy appeal somewhat. That should change in Baltimore, Chris Towers says at the Fantasy Baseball Today blog.

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