Looking for two-start pitchers on the waiver wire this week? Look no further.
Chris Towers looks for players who could help Fantasy owners down the stretch.
Chris Towers takes a look at why Fantasy owners should consider the risks involved before selecting Jordan Reed early on Draft Day.
Chris Towers takes a look at the Cardinals' breakout star to figure out why he is still hitting so well.
Chris Towers looks for players who could break out in the second half of the season.
Former top prospect Dylan Bundy finally made his first major-league start for the Orioles last week. Can he help Fantasy owners down the stretch? Chris Towers investigates.
What does Arian Foster signing with the Dolphins mean for Fantasy players? Chris Towers says it could be surprising.
The 2016 class of rookie pitchers hasn't been great, but here's a closer look at what their chances are of closing this season strong.
Who should be the No. 1 overall pick in Fantasy Basketball next season? Chris Towers tries to figure that out.
Blake Snell was just another disappointing rookie before flashing his talent Thursday. Chris Towers looks closer at the lefty and four other waiver candidates.
What does Dwyane Wade's decision to head to Chicago mean for the Heat and Bulls? Chris Towers breaks down.
The Houston Rockets already have a very different look, and Chris Towers says the changes should be good news for Fantasy players.
The Pirates end the long wait for Fantasy owners by calling up Tyler Glasnow to start Thursday against the Cardinals. Chris Towers looks closer at the potential ace and three other waiver options.
How do the the big free agency moves over the holiday affect Fantasy? Chris Towers rates the top dozen of them.
Chris Towers breaks down the Fantasy ramifications of Kevin Durant's decision to move west to join the Warriors.
Though he can be found covering three different sports depending on the time of year, there is one unifying theme in how Chris Towers approaches sports; "Where's the evidence?" It doesn't matter how outlandish your claim is, as long as you can back it up with solid, concrete evidence, he's on board. Expect to see a lot of numbers with funny acronyms in his writing, whether it is about the NFL, MLB or NBA. Follow Chris @CTowersCBS