Atlanta has a number of young players who seem to be legit contributors
The Giants are making a change at closer, but what does that mean for Fantasy Baseball owners? Scott White shares his thoughts on that situation as well as Jung Ho Kang, Yulieski Gurriel and more.
Upward of 40 pitchers are scheduled to make two starts in Fantasy Week 24 (Sept. 12-18), but which ones actually will? Scott White wades through the messy September landscape.
From a studly Addison Russell to a rejuvenated Aaron Nola to a healthy Garrett Richards, Scott White can dare to dream this far out.
The two-start options are lacking in quality this week, according to Scott White, making widely available options like Anibal Sanchez and Mike Foltynewicz more attractive than usual.
Two-start aces are in short supply, but some reinforcements may be available on waivers. Al Melchior ranks all of the projected two-start pitchers and recommends a pair of free agent targets.
Michael Conforto is quietly falling off the Fantasy radar, but he could wake all of us up in Week 19. Al Melchior includes the Mets' outfielder among his targets with good matchups.
The Phillies outfielder started his season late and in dramatic fashion, and Fantasy owners need to take notice. Al Melchior explains why, and identifies three other underowned players.
The impending trade deadline may shuffle some rotations, but there are still some two-start pitchers on waivers worth targeting, even if schedules change.
We're running out of reasons for benching flamethrower Lance McCullers. Al Melchior also sizes up impressive performances by Dylan Bundy, Alex Dickerson and Kurt Suzuki.

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