Risers & Fallers: Lane Thomas rebounds, Hunter Brown’s…

This week's risers and fallers is again a six pack of topics to talk about. Lane Thomas has rebounded from a poor start to the season and a Grade 2 MCL sprain, Jackson Merrill has been the best "Rookie Jackson" in the league and Hunter Brown added a new pitch and completely turned his season around, for the risers. As for the fallers, Gleyber Torres' poor production has resulted in spending some time on the bench, Carlos Rodon has a complete meltdown and the fall of the Texas Rangers offense.

Pickups of the Day for June 17th

The dog days of summer are here, so working the waiver wire or free agent list can feel like a real slog. It's week twelve of a twenty-plus week season and you're probably feeling a little wore out, a little tired, of searching the list high and low, hoping to find a modicum of value that can improve your team. I may only have three suggestions for you today, but they can have a big impact on your team the rest of the season, especially if you are craving some saves.

Anthony’s Fantasy Baseball Week in Review – June…

The week in review covers all the starts by the starting pitchers, what the bullpens did (saves, holds-wise), how did the offense perform (runs scored, walks, strikeouts) and who stood out with the bat, if anyone did. It's pretty much guaranteed to be 4000 or more words and will cover pretty much every main fantasy statistic and impact players. And it comes at you every Monday morning.

Risers & Fallers: the Jack Flaherty renaissance, Royce…

For this week's edition of risers and fallers, we've got a six pack of players - three rising, three falling. We have the Jack Flaherty renaissance, Royce Lewis' return to good health and the Jurickson Profar breakout in San Diego on the risers side of things. For the fallers, we have is-this-it with I-turn-35-in-September, Mr. George Springer, "Not So Mach Man" Randy Arozarena and the infield duo if Mookie Betts and Marcus Semien.

Pickups of the Day for June 10th

Finding a productive replacement for an injured player can be imposing, but that's why you're reading this. I've done the work and found four suitable injury replacements (three bats, one arm) that will be both productive now and in the future.

Anthony’s Fantasy Baseball Week in Review – June…

The week in review covers all the starts by the starting pitchers, what the bullpens did (saves, holds-wise), how did the offense perform (runs scored, walks, strikeouts) and who stood out with the bat, if anyone did. It's pretty much guaranteed to be 5000 or more words and will cover pretty much every main fantasy statistic and impact players. And it comes at you every Monday morning.

Risers & Fallers: Yankees Pitching Up, Braves Offense…

In this week's edition of risers and fallers, we have returned to the standard format, with both risers AND fallers. On the risers side of things, we have the knuckleballing Matt Waldron figuring it out more often than not (he's having the best knuckle season since RA Dickey was around), every starting pitcher in the Yankees rotation has been phenomenal since the calendar turned to May, and the Guardians sophomore utility-man breakout hitter, David Fry, who's been the second best hitter on the team since the start of May. The fallers features a pair of Astros starters on their way to Tommy John Town (Cristian Javier & Jose Urquidy), the struggling-so-bad-he-was-demoted-after-a-31-home-run-season Spencer Torkelson and the incredibly underwhelming Braves offensive unit as a whole.

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