News on the lack of minority candidates being hired and what MLB plans to do about it, plus more news and notes from around Major League baseball.
Chief baseball officer Tony La Russa and GM Dave Stewart can't repeat their first dysfunctional offseason if the D-backs are to improve from mediocrity to contender in 2016.
If you are picking up a two-start pitcher for this critical week, you'll need to leave your fate in the hands of a lefty. Al Melchior recommends a handful of portsiders who could launch you to victory.
After a wild winter and almost as wild summer of trades and transactions, with one more dealing deadline only days away, it's time to take a look at the best moves of the past calendar year.
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.
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.
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.
Week 15 is only bite size with three games per team, but Scott White says it looks good for Matt Kemp and the Padres.
The Twins may be ready to recall another top prospect, and Al Melchior explores his value along with that of three surprising pitchers.
Entering Week 11 with lots of interleague play, here are fringier lineup choices to start and sit. Scott White's five up hitters are all National Leaguers, starting with Joe Panik.

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