Starlin Castro is still splitting time at second base, but Fantasy owners are adding him to their starting lineups. Al Melchior looks into whether Castro is worth picking up.
Tuesday afternoon, the Rockies turned a 6-4-3 triple play thanks to a Paul Goldschmidt line drive.
Not all extreme BABIP rates are created equal. Al Melchior separates the regression candidates from the real deals for a sample of hitters.
By batting cleanup earlier this week, second baseman DJ LeMahieu became the first Rockies player to hit in all nine lineup spots in one season.
Trea Turner might have been one of the best hitters left in the minors, but it's hard to see how he'll translate that to Fantasy value, Chris Towers says.
Would you rather have red-hot Corey Kluber or the consistency of Dallas Keuchel at home?
Let's devote some time to the non-contenders, shall we? Not a slideshow!
The White Sox are rolling, but do they forecast well for Fantasy Week 18? Our Scott White reveals his best and worst matchups for hitters.
At the Fantasy Baseball Today blog, Chris Towers takes a look at the Rockies lineup and imagines life without Coors Field for them ahead of the trade deadline.
Butler, a rookie pitcher, fell twice trying to score in the fifth inning Friday night. Once rounding third and again, a few steps later, between third and home. His trip(s) have been memorialized at Coors Field.

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