Looking to make a splash? The All-Star break is the right time to do it. Chris Towers has five hitters who can carry you in the second half if they get hot.
So where do you find precious upside pitching for the second half and Fantasy stretch run? Chris Towers offers five candidates.
Get to know the tight end, kicker and DST positions for 2018 as our trio of experts answer key questions about the positions.
Did you notice Chris Sale is throwing harder than ever before? He is, and it's putting him in the discussion for best pitcher in baseball.
With Ken Giles optioned to Triple-A, it's Hector Rondon's job in Houston now. He needs to be on your roster.
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Billy Hamilton got off to a rough start to the season, but he's been running non-stop lately.
Heading into the All-Star Break, Chris Towers singles out the players who have provided the most value in Fantasy relative to ADP so far this season.
Two starting pitchers most Fantasy players had left for dead are showing real signs of late. Is it for real? Should you add them?
What do we make of recent strong performances from the likes of Jose Urena, Stephen Piscotty or Tyler Anderson? Chris Towers tries to make sense of it.
If you're looking for upside on the wire, we've got it to kick off Week 15. Just don't go looking for it in a certain former Mets' ace.
There's a reason Zach Eflin doesn't look like the same pitcher who went 1-5 with a 6.16 ERA last season, and Zack Wheeler looks like a different guy, too.
The Kelvin Herrera trade might spell only bad news for Fantasy players, while a few free agents deserve more of your respect.
Soto's success against lefties might be what makes him truly special.
Generally speaking, it's smart to avoid pitchers in their first start back from the DL. Mike Soroka doesn't care what is smart, generally speaking.
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