Salvador Perez is banged up, but Scott White isn't downgrading him in his third edition of the catcher tiers.
Could the Baby Bombers develop quickly enough to build a contender this season?
Blasts from the past Yasiel Puig and Francisco Liriano are just two of the eight newcomers to Scott White's Sleepers 2.0, more than his Breakouts 2.0 and Busts 2.0 combined.
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Scott White tweaks his breakdown of the catcher position, shedding new light on borderline mixed-leaguers like Austin Hedges and Tony Wolters.
Brian Dozier nearly set a record for home runs by a second baseman with a monster second half last year. Scott White examines whether those power gains will continue.
Casting a keen eye on red flags, Chris Towers identifies which players are candidates to disappoint in 2017.
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It's a tough position on Draft Day, but you have to pick at least one. The Fantasy Baseball Today Podcast team begins positional previews with a look at catchers.
Number one is glaringly obvious, but how about the rest?

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