Let's pick one bargain for each team from last season in honor of Black Friday.
Is Justin Verlander back? Is Jeff Samardzija done? Did Joe Ross fool us all? Just what was up with that Henry Owens start? Scott White helps Fantasy owners sort one some of this weekend's wilder pitching performances.
And they did it with Felix Hernandez on the mound for the Mariners. The 15-game Affleck losing streak had coincided with 'Good Will Hunting' hitting theaters in 1997.
A flurry of prospect callups since the trade deadline has Fantasy owners' heads spinning. Scott White tells you everything you need to know about the more notable names, such as Luis Severino, Michael Conforto and Jon Gray.
Remember, every single trade will have what pundits deem a "winner" and many times the "winner" is automatically the team that gets prospects.
Owners won't lack for two-start alternatives in Week 17, but most will probably do more harm than good. Al Melchior makes a few recommendations to steer you through a daunting selection of options.
Should you roll with Jose Fernandez ($10,300) as your ace? Heath Cummings weighs the risks and rolls with Sonny Gray instead in Wednesday cash lineups.
The All-Star game MVP picks up where he left off by sticking a dagger in Red Sox. The second half of the 2015 season began on Friday. Check out the action right here with Eye on MLB.
At the Fantasy Baseball Today blog, Chris Towers takes a look at the latest top prospect to get the call, this time the Phillies' Aaron Nola.

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