Chris Towers looks at some slow starters who could be had for a discount.
Anthony Rizzo is a game away from qualifying as a second baseman in Fantasy. Chris Towers looks closer at that impact and who has gained a new position and who else is close in CBSSports.com leagues.
Carlos Correa, Jose Bautista and Dansby Swanson are among 10 hitters have turned their seasons around the most since the start of May. Chris Towers takes a closer look at their value.
What do impressive Aprils mean now? Chris Towers looks closer at 10 players who have slumped since the calendar turned to May, and whether we should be worried.
With eight games on the schedule, your Tigers could be very valuable in Fantasy this week, Chris Towers says.
Sonny Gray and Jose Berrios struggled through rough 2016 seasons, but both showed how good they can be Thursday, Chris Towers says.
Yasmani Grandal is off to a great start, and he's doing it by zigging where everyone else in baseball is zagging.
Chris Towers looks closer at four potential breakout candidates who haven't done what we expected, and analyzes whether they still have a chance to live up to expectations.
Danny Duffy was a surprise star last season. Which pitchers might be following in his footsteps in 2017? Here are five candidates.
Our readers share some strong takes, and Chris Towers looks to see who is and isn't overreacting at the season's quarter mark.
Two of last season's biggest disappointments are off to great starts. Chris Towers dives into the numbers to see if they are legit.
What are the key storylines players should know about heading into Week 7 of the Fantasy season? Chris Towers takes you through them.
Looking for bullpen help? Chris Towers has a couple of relievers to target, one who just got the ninth-inning job and another who might get it.
Jake Arrieta, Danny Salazar, Adam Wainwright and Jose Bautista are among 10 big names you might be considering dropping. Chris Towers looks at the cases for pulling the trigger.
You should be looking for a king's ransom to trade baseball's hottest hitter, Chris Towers says.
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