Some Fantasy owners avoid streaky hitters while others don't mind riding the waves. First you have to know who is at risk of being inconsistent, so Al Melchior has pinpointed this season's most erratic producers.
The Orioles are done for insofar as their 2015 playoff hopes are concerned. Now let's recap the 2015 season in Baltimore and peek ahead to 2016.
News and trade buzz from around MLB ahead of the July 31 non-waiver deadline.
Trout on Tuesday night became the first player since Jackson in 1989 to hit a leadoff homer in the All-Star game. And Trout has other qualities reminiscent of Bo, too, Jones said.
The Royals lost Alex Gordon for eight weeks Wednesday, and that leaves Fantasy owners in a potential bind. Chris Towers looks for replacement options at the Fantasy Baseball Today blog.
The best pitcher Tuesday night might be Chris Sale, but the one wearing a target could be Rubby De La. The DBacks righty struggles against lefties and faces tough ones in LA.
Is Andre Ethier among the best deals on the market on today's slate? Our Heath Cummings helps you build winning lineups for Monday's games.
Gerrit Cole makes the choice at thin pitcher easier than usual, but the hitting options are plentiful. Heath Cummings zeroes in on stacking Red Sox.
GM Ruben Amaro and manager Ryne Sandberg on the hot seat in Philly, plus a look at news from around MLB as trade season starts to heat up.
Jake Arrieta, Matt Harvey and Garrett Richards make the pitcher choice tougher, but bats like Manny Machado and stacked Orioles and Royals are easy calls.

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