Remember when Bob Uecker's character says something about the leadoff man determining how a team will play in the season? Let's check it out.
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 Indians have been eliminated from postseason contention in 2015 despite some dominant pitching.
The 2015 Braves have been eliminated from playoff contention. Now let's take a look back and a look ahead.
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.
Quirky schedules mean looking even closer for yout lineup edge. Scott White helps you avoid mistakes for important Week 19.
The Indians are sending Nick Swisher and Michael Bourn to the Braves along with some cash. Chris Johnson is headed to Cleveland.
Most of the Indians players are either locked up long-term on club-friendly deals, are too young to sell off or are having down years.
Clayton Kershaw is priced at a crazy $13,000 and worth every penny. So after adding in Carlos Correa and Jose Altuve, the search is on for bargain bats.
Putting aside Andrew Heaney outperforming Matt Harvey, Heath Cummings is going back to an expensive ace with Jacob deGrom plus less expensive Indians at Coors Field.

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