The end of the regular season makes for some curious pitching choices, which of course only benefits the hitters. Scott White thinks Matt Olson, Tim Anderson and Jeimer Candelario will continue to take advantage.
Final week of the season means things aren't going to go as planned, and that's certainly the case for two-start pitchers. Scott White attempts to sort out a messy situation.
Greg Bird is looking healthy again, and Eddie Rosario continues to thrive. Scott White looks at some of the hitters worth adding for Fantasy Week 23 (Sept. 4-10).
Will Tanaka or Upton try their luck in free agency again in the offseason?
So many pitchers who we thought we had figured out did an about-face this weekend, leaving Scott White to pick up the pieces. He looks at 16, ranging from German Marquez to Dallas Keuchel.
Need an extra two-start pitcher in Fantasy Week 19 (Aug. 7-13)? Best of luck to you, says Scott White, who highlights the best of some bad options.
Week 18 (July 31-Aug. 6) offers more usable two-start pitchers than most weeks, so Scott White thinks you may need to be a little more aggressive on the waiver wire to keep up with your competition.
A shortened week means means not every pitcher will make even one start fresh off the All-Star break. Scott White provides some sleepers to help fill in the gaps.
The Cincinnati Reds spent the holiday at Coors Field and at least one of them fared better than expected. Heath Cummings looks at two Reds' pitchers who are underowned.
Should the likes of Justin Upton, Ian Kennedy and Jason Heyward test free agency again so soon?

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