Puig watched a home run and the Mets didn't like it
Scherzer and Verlander lost no-hit bids, Arizona had a 10-run inning, and the Giants are still struggling
Matt Davidson has homered in four consecutive games and is only 10 percent owned. We also talk Matt Strahm, Nick Pivetta, Matt Chapman and look ahead to Week 12 on today’s podcast.
The Tigers' reported sell-off didn't happen this past offseason, but it may happen soon
Plus Bartolo Colon may be finished, Dinelson Lamet shines in debut and more from Thursday around baseball
A weekend of baseball has given us a handful of new names to add to our Fantasy rosters. Who do we like and who are we leaving on waivers? We also focus on bullpens, two-start pitchers and hot hitters to consider for Week 7.
You should be looking for a king's ransom to trade baseball's hottest hitter, Chris Towers says.
Jake Arrieta is off to a slow start made even slower by a rocky afternoon against the Rockies Tuesday. Scott White demonstrates why it's a prime opportunity to buy low.
Cole Hamels is the latest big-name pitcher to suffer a significant injury, joining Noah Syndergaard and Madison Bumgarner. But as Scott White points out, that's not even the position's biggest problem.
Two highly regarded Fantasy options suffered long-term injuries this weekend, leaving their owners with gaping holes. Scott White suggests some trade and free agent targets to fill them.

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