Here's a quick and dirty look at the 2015 Major League Baseball playoff matchups.
Corey Dickerson, Michael Conforto and Corey Seager are among the best Week 25 borderline options for Fantasy survivors, Scott White says.
More often than not, September callups don't make much of a Fantasy impact, but Al Melchior highlights a few players who are worth a flier.
Jake Arrieta's no-hitter overshadowed just how good Derek Holland was Sunday. Scott White talks up the Rangers left-hander and some other notable pitching performances from this weekend.
The Cardinals have an excellent rotation in 2015. They also have a rotation that's been incredibly steady in terms of run prevention.
Some pitchers you should know better than to sit in Fantasy Baseball, but the playoffs have a way of clouding our judgment. Scott White reminds you who you have to start and why.
There are many reasons, but value bats aren't easy to find for Week 21. Scott White finds many more to sit than to start.
Strikeout rates for most pitchers are trustworthy, but a few look primed for surges and drops. Al Melchior spots the outliers and analyzes their Fantasy impact.
Clayton Kershaw and Bryce Harper are priced out of this world. Is there any way to play both?
Stacking Dodgers bats against rookie Keyvius Sampson looks like common sense. Heath Cummings is also banking on Stephen Strasburg on a short-slate Thursday.

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