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Jason has been helping fantasy owners since 1999 at RotoJunkie, Fanball, Baseball Prospectus and now here at RotoWire. He covers the Tampa Bay Rays at theprocessreport.net. You can hear Jason weekly on many of the Sirius/XM Fantasy channel offerings throughout the season as well as on the Towers of Power Baseball Hour Podcast on iTunes. He was selected as the Fantasy Baseball Writer of the Year by FSWA in 2013.

Fantasy sports articles written by Jason Collette

Collette Calls: The Breakout

Giancarlo Stanton has become an NL MVP candidate while having a full breakout in his age-24 season. What has changed? Jason Collette takes a closer look at the Marlins' star outfielder.

Collette Calls: Back In On Brad Miller?

Jason Collette discusses the changing batting stances of Brad Miller and explains why he'll be back in on him again next year despite his bust of a season in 2014.

Collette Calls: Drew Smyly's Evolution

Drew Smyly remains a work in progress for Rays pitching coach Jim Hickey, but that evolution may go slowly, particularly as the team tries to fix Smyly's changeup, writes Jason Collette.

Collette Calls: Over Easy

Jason Collette breaks down Jake Odorizzi's 2014 resurgence.

Collette Calls: Second Time Around

After a demotion to Triple-A, Danny Salazar appears to be back on track for the Tribe. Jason Collette looks at the changes.

Collette Calls: Returning to Form

While many expected a disappointing 2014 season to continue with a move to New York, Brandon McCarthy has turned things around since joining the Yankees.

Collette Calls: Breaking Down Brantley

Raw numbers alone don't explain Michael Brantley's breakout, but as Jason Collette writes, there was at least one scout who saw signs of improvement in 2013.

Collette Calls: What Happened to Chris Davis?

Jason Collette takes a look at the struggles of Chris Davis on the heels of a 53-homer season in 2013.

Collette Calls: Is Cain Still Able?

What's wrong with Matt Cain? Jason Collette breaks it down to see if there's any hope of a rebound from the fallen workhorse.

Collette Calls: Buy Lowest?

Carlos Santana is trending back toward his career norms after a dismal start and a concussion. Is it time to buy? Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: The New Hughes

Phil Hughes has turned things around after a rough patch to begin his first season with the Twins. What has changed in his approach since leaving the Yankees? Jason Collette breaks it down.

Collette Calls: Batter Strikeout Percentage Movers

Jason Collette takes a look at the top 10 movers both positive and negative in batter strikeout rates, including Carlos Gonzalez.

Collette Calls: Strikeout Rate Fallers

Yu Darvish's new approach in 2014 has led to a drop in his strikeout rate, but is he better off in the long haul with the change? Jason Collette looks at the strikeout rate fallers around the league.

Collette Calls: Strikeout Rate Surgers

No starting pitcher has seen a greater increase in strikeout rate this season than Zack Greinke. How is he doing it? Jason Collette breaks down Greinke and the other early-season risers.

FAAB Factor-NL: Building From Last Year

Jason Collette fills in for Jan Levine this week, and gives you his projected bid on Jake Arrieta after his strong start against the Cardinals on Saturday.

Collette Calls: BABIP Surprises

While some players like Anaheim's Mike Trout carry a higher BABIP baseline, there are many players with correction on the horizon in the coming months. Jason Collette takes a closer look at the early surprises.

Collette Calls: Struggling, Not Sizzling

Danny Salazar's early-season struggles have many owners wondering what has changed since his dominant stretch upon arrival in 2013. Jason Collette breaks it down.

Collette Calls: Empty Columns

There are plenty of surprising zeroes on the leaderboard through two weeks, including the lack of a home run from Edwin Encarnacion.

FAAB Factor-NL: Closer Speculation

Jose Valverde blew the save Saturday night against the Angels. Who might be next in line to close if the Mets look for a change? Jason Collette suggests that Gonzalez Germen might be worth a look.

Collette Calls: Moore Has Been Less

The Rays placed Matt Moore on the disabled list Tuesday, but there have been underlying concerns simmering with his velocity. Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Red Light, Green Light?

The Tigers didn't run much under former manager Jim Leyland, but could Austin Jackson and company see significant gains in stolen bases with Brad Ausmus at the helm?

Collette Calls: AL Tout Review

Jason Collette reviews his AL Tout Wars club built around quality starting pitching including Yu Darvish ($31), James Shields ($20) and Masahiro Tanaka ($19).

Collette Calls: The Closer Matrix

Do you fear investing in closers? Jason Collette is here to help.

Collette Calls: The Great Divide

Should owners consider using a larger share of their budget on pitching? Jason Collette examines the conversation about how to allocate draft day resources.

Collette Calls: AL LABR By the Numbers

Wil Myers was among the Helium Hitters in this year's AL LABR auction over the weekend. Jason Collette breaks down all sorts of data from the auction.

Collette Calls: Smooth Cruzin'

Landing in Baltimore provides an easy transition for Nelson Cruz in 2014 following a successful five-year run in Texas. Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: LABR of Love

In this week's edition of Collette Calls, Jason looks at some of the surprises from the LABR mixed league draft, including the slide of Astros outfielder George Springer.

Collette Calls: Double Down

While some believe that a high doubles count will ultimately lead to an increase in home runs, Jason Collette takes a closer look at the relationship between the two categories and finds a more interesting connection.

Collette Calls: Diminishing Supply

Where have all of the power-hitting first basemen gone? Paul Goldschmidt is one of a rapidly shrinking group of elite bats at the position. Jason Collette looks at the trends and considers the implications for those in keeper leagues.

Baseball Draft Kit: Finding Value in the Scrapheap

There is plenty of value to be had in the endgame of drafts and auctions. Jason Collette looks back at the surprises of 2013, and shares his late targets for 2014.

Collette Calls: The Importance of Correlation

Stats can be used to paint any picture we want, but examining the correlation between metrics helps us more effectively discern the truth.

Collette Calls: Whither CJ .321?

Chris Johnson went undrafted in last week's FSTA Experts draft. FSWA Fantasy Baseball Writer of the Year Jason Collette discusses the collective wisdom of the experts and merits of Johnson.

Collette Calls: The Top 200 vs. Early ADP

With early drafts creating the 2014 market, Jason Collette looks for bargains and players to avoid based on their current prices.

Collette Calls: Uphill Battle

Ian Kinsler plans to steal more bases during his first season in Detroit, but will he be able to pull it off? Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Closing Time

Jason Collette looks around the league at each team's closing situation, including the added depth behind Koji Uehara in Boston.

Collette Calls: Where Should Cano Go On Draft Day?

Without pinstripes, Robinson Cano will lose the benefit of playing half of his games at Yankee Stadium. How much should that change his value in 2014? Jason Collette takes a look.

Collette Calls: Robbie Goes, Don'tcha Know!

Robinson Cano took the money and ran away from the Bronx, landing a 10-year deal to go to Seattle. Jason Collette recaps a flurry of recent moves around the league from a very active week leading into the Winter Meetings.

Collette Calls: Breaking Stan

A heavier supply of breaking pitches led to more walks for Giancarlo Stanton in 2013. Jason Collette examines Stanton's season, and considers a rebound for 2014.

Collette Calls: Hey, Mr. Wilson!

A thin market of relievers should leave Brian Wilson with an opportunity to close somewhere in 2014. Is it a good idea? Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Big Wily Style

A brutal two-month stretch to begin the season led many owners to discard Wily Peralta, but the growth from that point on might be a good reason to take a chance on him in 2014. Jason Collette takes a look.

Collette Calls: Where Did 'Go-Go' Go?

In a recent five-round mock, how early did Jason Collette take Brewers outfielder Carlos Gomez? You might be surprised.

Collette Calls: Profits & Losses

Now that it's all said and done, Chris Davis returned a greater profit than any player drafted in 2013. Jason Collette looks back at the biggest profits and losses from the past season.

Collette Calls: What's He Worth?

Jayson Werth was an excellent value for many owners in 2013, but can he maintain that level? Jason (no Y) Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Power Outage

Prince Fielder set the bar high earlier in this career, making his age-29 season look like a big disappointment. Jason Collette takes a look at what went wrong.

Collette Calls: Promises Unfulfilled

Desmond Jennings was expected to develop into an elite fantasy option, but it hasn't happened yet. Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Untapped Potential?

What might happen if Chris Carter improves his plate discipline? Jason Collette takes a closer look at the former Oakland farmhand.

Collette Calls: He's Back!

Francisco Liriano has been outstanding for the Pirates this season, evoking memories of his early days in Minnesota. Jason Collette breaks down the Pirates' ace.

Collette Calls: That Ackley Kid

Since being drafted second overall by the Mariners in 2009, Dustin Ackley has been largely a disappointment to fantasy owners. Is a changing approach helping him turn things around? Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Less Is More?

Has throwing the cutter less frequently helped Jon Lester's recent turnaround? Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Running Down a Dream

While Craig Kimbrel would be a candidate to lead the league in saves for the final two months, the Braves' lead in the National League East could prompt the team to limit his workload. Jason Collette looks at ways to make up ground down the stretch.

Trade Roundtable: Trade Deadline Rundown

Jake Peavy was the token big name dealt in the last 24 hours of the trade deadline. Jason Collette, Chris Liss, Derek VanRiper and Jeff Erickson share their respective reactions to the few trades that were made.

Collette Calls: The Shift is Key

While Rays pitchers like Jeremy Hellickson were among the first to benefit from the increased use of defensive shifts, league-wide adoption of them has changed the landscape of pitching baselines. Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Adjusting Baselines

Is it time to adjust our baselines for pitching metrics -- specifically, K/BB? Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: New Approach

Chris Davis has always possessed excellent raw power, but an improved approach has ultimately enabled him to fully harness it in the first half this season. Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Disaster Zone

What happens when closers are used in non-save situations? Are they more prone to blowing up a la Jose Valverde?

Collette Calls: Wins of Change

Even before he was given a chance to close for the Red Sox, Koji Uehara offered value in many formats. Should you ditch a contact-heavy starter for a bat-missing reliever? Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Lyles on the Rise

After being promoted aggressively through the Astros' system, Jordan Lyles is putting the pieces together in Houston this season. Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Exit Strandman

Jeremy Hellickson has derailed this season, prompting Jason Collette to take a closer look at the cause of his struggles.

Collette Calls: Where's the Speed?

Steals are at a premium this season, making San Diego's Everth Cabrera a valuable fantasy commodity.

Collette Calls: The Last 365

For those hesitant to buy into Mike Minor's first two months in 2013, the bigger picture suggests that you should. Jason Collette takes a look at the 5x5 leaderboard from the past 12 months.

Collette Calls: Failure to Launch

What happened to Jesus Montero? Can he be fixed with time at Triple-A? Jason Collette takes a closer look at the struggling former top prospect.

Collette Calls: The Walking Dead

Buried by fantasy owners during his final two seasons in Anaheim, Vernon Wells is alive again in New York. Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Loving Lefties

Is Scott Kazmir trending back toward the form he once showed as a frontline starter for the Rays? Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: A Whole New Erv?

While some may write off Ervin Santana's fast start given his long track record of inconsistency, Jason Collette takes a closer look at the 2013 version.

Collette Calls: The Pace Game

With his fast start, could Justin Upton hit 40 homers in 2013? Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Monitoring the Small Sample

Jason Collette considers the changing processes of a small sample size to better determine what awaits Hisashi Iwakuma in the coming months.

Collette Calls: Enjoy Them While You Can

Zack Greinke was the latest early-season injury casualty Thursday night. Jason Collette takes a look at some of the injury-prone fast starters this season.

Collette Calls: Man On Fire

Chris Davis has picked up right where he left off last season with a torrid start at the plate. Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Earning Their Stripes

Jason Collette examines the Tigers closer options after the decision to send Bruce Rondon to Triple-A on Thursday.

Collette Calls: NFBC ADP Movers

Domonic Brown has been moving up the ADP charts in the NFBC as he may finally get an everyday look with the Phillies this season.

Collette Calls: Runs Continue to Fall

Runs continue to disappear around baseball, making contributors in that category more valuable. No player has more runs scored since 2010 than Miguel Cabrera's 331.

Collette Calls: Irrational Fear?

Concerned that Giancarlo Stanton won't see pitches to hit because of the lineup around him? Jason Collette takes a closer look at the myth of lineup protection.

Collette Calls: Scarce Resource

Is the baseline for batting average falling? Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Market Watch

Jason Collette takes a look at how the recent LABR mixed draft varies from the NFBC ADP report.

Collette Calls: Waiver Monster

Fernando Rodney was ignored in expert leagues last season, but NL-only league players who punted saves weren't quite so lucky. Jason Collette takes a closer look at the most profitable pickups of 2012.

2013 Rookie Outlook: Examining Future Stars In Each League

Mike Trout and Bryce Harper stole the show in 2012 - Which rookies are primed to make an impact this season?

Collette Calls: ADP Stock Watch

Rickie Weeks is one player carrying a higher price tag in industry drafts this winter. Jason Collette takes a closer look at early mock trends.

Collette Calls: Dontcha Know?

You can't predict baseball, but Jason Collette takes a closer look at some of the surprises in 2012 including Robinson Cano's struggles against left-handed pitching.

Collette Calls: Peripheral Vision

Fernando Rodney's historic 2012 season came out of nowhere, but peripheral stats can reveal overlooked candidates capable of becoming successful closers.

Top 100 Prospects: December Update

The latest Top 100 from Jason Collette and Jesse Siegel is now available.

Collette Calls: Interesting Company

What does Justin Ruggiano's 2012 season have in common with B.J. Upton? Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Version 3.0?

Lost in the shuffle of the Jays-Marlins blockbuster was the addition of Melky Cabrera. Can hitting coach Dwayne Murphy work his magic a third time?

Collette Calls: The Eraser

Seattle's Erasmo Ramirez could be on the verge of a breakout with his combination of control and an excellent changeup. Jason Collette takes a closer look...

Collette Calls: What Experts Missed

Jason Collette explores pre-season dollar values compared to actual production and provides draft strategies to implement.

Top 200 Prospects: October Rankings

Is Dylan Bundy still atop Jason Collette or Jesse Siegel's top 100 list?

Collette Calls: September Stars

Bryce Harper has been tearing the cover off the ball in September. Is it a sign of things to come next season?

Collette Calls: Guess Who?

Cliff Lee leads the National League with a 6.6 K/BB this season, but who ranks second? Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: On to the Next One

If the Rays' recent closer history is any indication, Fernando Rodney may be closing games elsewhere in 2013.

Collette Calls: Bucking the Trend

Bronson Arroyo reversed a four-year trend of a declining strikeout rate this season. Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Time To Roll With Lincecum

Top 200 Prospects: Bundy Still On Top

Collette Calls: Steals on the Rise

Collette Calls: Shields Research

James Shields has been up-and-down the last three seasons. What does he need to do to get back on track this year?

Collette Calls: The Times They Are a-Changin'

Collette Calls: Who Am I?

Collette Calls: Big Fish

As a $1 buy in the Tout Wars mixed league, Mike Trout has been a huge source of profit through the first half of the season.

Collette Calls: On ETAs

Team needs ultimately brought Bryce Harper to the majors sooner than expected, but the waiting game for prospects can be a frustrating one for fantasy owners.

Collette Calls: Should You Believe in Liriano?

After a break from working out of the Twins' rotation, is it time to buy into Francisco Liriano again? Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Top 200 Prospects: Bauer Power

Trevor Bauer's domination of Triple-A hitters continues to move up him our prospect rankings. Jason Collette and Jesse Siegel share their latest top-100 lists.

Collette Calls: Targeting Standings Points

In this week's Farm Futures, Jason Collette revisits a well-timed trade in Tout Wars for Ricky Nolasco in 2008 and hopes for similar results following his recent deal with Chris Liss.

Collette Calls: Rolling the Dice

Farm Futures: B.J. Upton's New Swing

B.J. Upton has built off of a strong September to get off to a strong start to 2012.

Collette Calls: Fact or Fluke?

Do the underlying metrics support Adam Jones' fast start as a breakout, or is the sample size simply too small to draw that conclusion?

Collette Calls: Gamechanger on the Basepaths

Collette Calls: Another Late Bloomer?

Nelson Cruz spent parts of eight seasons at Triple-A and was designated for assignment by the Rangers, before breaking out in the big leagues in late 2008. Could a similar situation be developing on the north side of Chicago?

Collette Calls: Baby Snakes Biting the Competition

Collette Calls: Fun with Early-Season Numbers

Mike Trout's fast start at Triple-A is one of many intriguing lines through the early weeks of the minor league season.

Collette Calls: Mike Trout: Not A Bad Catch

Collette Calls: Skills to Seek in Hitting Prospects

Even uber-prospect Bryce Harper saw a dip in production as he advanced to Double-A last season. Jason Collette takes a closer look at the underlying numbers for the top hitting prospects from last season.

Collette Calls: Pitching Prospect Peripherals

Collette Calls: Medium Rare

Suddenly first base is looking a bit thin -- especially in the National League. Jason Collette looks at prospects capable of making an impact at the position beyond 2012 with the hope of saving money on second-tier options in future auctions and drafts.

Top 100 Prospects: March Update: Harper No. 2

Collette Calls: Eggs in One Basket, or Diversify?

Collette Calls: Scouting for Steals with Speed Scores

Collette Calls: Youngsters Through the PECOTA Lens

While Bryce Harper is on a long-term path to stardom, can you justify him as a middle-round target in re-draft leagues?

Baseball Draft Kit: Top 100 Fantasy Prospects

Collette Calls: Fast Track to Washington?

Nationals manager Davey Johnson continues to suggest that Bryce Harper may be on the team's Opening Day roster. Will he join a select group of players and skip Triple-A?

Collette Calls: Rookie ADP Report

It should come as little surprise that there is no shortage of owners willing to roll the dice on Bryce Harper making an impact in one-year leagues. Is it the right call?

Collette Calls: Rare Air

Before you pull the trigger on a rookie-heavy roster in your draft, consider that 20-plus homers from a rookie (Dan Uggla, 27 in 2006) are the exception rather than the rule. Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: 10 Draft Prep Commandments

While every draft presents unique challenges, Jason Collette offers 10 important rules to live by when making your preparations for the most important day of the season.

Collette Calls: Unique Paths

Craig Kimbrel's rise to the closer role in Atlanta is the exception, rather than the rule. Should you make long-term investments in

Collette Calls: When Results Don't Equal "Stuff"

As helpful as the numbers can be when analyzing minor league pitchers, they don't always paint a complete picture of a pitcher's skill set. Remember Paul Maholm's 8.3 K/9IP at Double-A?

Collette Calls: Reviewing 2011 Double-A Hitting Performances

Collette Calls: AFL Interviews

Top 200 Prospects: Big Fish

Even after a quiet MLB debut and disappointing fall league showing, Mike Trout is second only behind Bryce Harper in the latest edition of Jason Collette's Top 100 prospects

Collette Calls: Fall League Musings

A year later, Bryce Harper is showing a more controlled swing during the Arizona Fall League.

Collette Calls: A Closer Look at PCL Hitters

Mike Carp was among the league leaders in outfield flyball rate before getting the call back to Seattle in 2011.

Collette Calls: Key Metrics for Minor League Pitchers

Collette Calls: Reviewing Top 100 Prospects

Jesus Montero was one of 11 catchers to grace the Top 100 list in 2011.

Collette Calls: Reviewing Rookie Impact

Atlanta's Craig Kimbrel led a large class of rookie closers in 2011.

Collette Calls: Pumping the Breaks

Collette Calls: Speed Demon

Cincinnati farmhand Billy Hamilton cracked the 100-steal mark with Dayton this season. Can he hit enough to make a big league impact down the road?

Collette Calls: Back to the Desert

Bryce Harper's return to the Arizona Fall League headlines another talented group destined for the prospect showcase this fall.

Collette Calls: September Callups Revisited

Joey Votto is one of few September callups to give fantasy owners a boost in recent seasons. Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Collette Calls: Quad-A Promotions

Although he was dangerously close to the dreaded Quad-A label, Mike Carp is now paying off for fantasy owners in the second half.

Collette Calls: Top 100 Prospects - August Update

Many prospects received the call in the last few weeks, but Jesus Montero continues to bide his time at Triple-A.

Collette Calls: Prospects on the Move

While it was a surprise that the Padres dealt Mike Adams while keeping Heath Bell, San Diego did very well in their deal with the Rangers.

Collette Calls: Arms Race

With a hoard of home-grown pitching led by Tim Lincecum and Matt Cain, the Giants have another trade chip in prospect Eric Surkamp.

Collette Calls: Waiting Game Continues

Rays fans and fantasy owners are frustrated that Desmond Jennings is still at Triple-A, but he's not the first Rays farmhand to spend a long time at Durham.

Collette Calls: Top 100 Prospects - July Update

Bryce Harper remains at the top, but there has been plenty of movement in the Top 100 since June.

Collette Calls: Aggressive Promotion

Are the Nats making a mistake by pushing Bryce Harper to Double-A without a stop at High-A?

Collette Calls: Futures Game Breakdown

Most of the focus in the upcoming Futures Game will be on Bryce Harper, but this year's rosters pack plenty of intriguing talent.

Collette Calls: Trendspotting

Batting averages, on-base percentages and slugging percentages are down again at the MLB level. Are the minor leagues following suit?

Collette Calls: Harper Still No. 1

In the latest top 100, Bryce Harper remains the No. 1 prospect in baseball but there are plenty of movers since May.

Collette Calls: Draft Roulette

Collette Calls: Dish Deficit

Injuries to Buster Posey and Joe Mauer have left the talent pool behind the plate thin this season. Still, there's plenty of risk making long-term investments in catchers. Jason Collette breaks it down.

Collette Calls: Opportunity Knocks

While top prospects such as Mike Minor will get plenty of attention when they're called up, mid-level options will arrive with chances to produce as well.

Collette Calls: De La Rosa Up Sooner Than Expected?

Collette Calls: Analyzing the Approach

Jesus Montero hasn't hit for much power this season at Triple-A, but are there any underlying reasons to be concerned?

Farm Futures: Updated Prospect Rankings

Jason Collette sends in his updated top prospect rankings. Jesus Montero checks in at No. 3.

Farm Futures: Failure to Develop

Brandon Wood's departure from the Angels represents a high-profile failure of the organization to develop a top prospect.

Farm Futures: Surprise Power

Nelson Cruz got his real break at age 28. Jason Collette talks about a 29-year old who could be in a similar position.

Collette Calls: Moore to Follow

As James Shields approaches the end of his time in Tampa Bay, the Rays will again look to their farm system. Left-hander Matt Moore could develop into the next Rays ace.

Farm Futures: Useful Rookie Replacements

If Jesus Montero gets the call, he's someone you'll want to insert into your lineup right away, despite his defensive woes.

Farm Futures: Opening Day Rookies

Chris Sale might not be the closer for the White Sox yet, but he's one of the higher profile rookies to make an Opening Day roster.

Collette Calls: Prospects Prices From Tout Wars

With industry experts battling for bragging rights, how much were they willing to spnd on the top young players in a one-year league?

Collette Calls: Future Speed

Jason Collette examines minor leaguers on the brink of making an impact with their speed -- just as Brett Gardner did with the Yankees before becoming an everyday player last season.

Collette Calls: Yanks Developing An Ace

Yankees prospect Manny Banuelos is drawing comparisons to the Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw.

Farm Futures: League Inequalities

Dellin Betances dominated in the pitcher-friendly Florida State League

Collette Calls: NL Roadblocks

With Joey Votto entrenched at first base in Cincinnati, the Reds don't have a spot for prospect Yonder Alonso

Collette Calls: New Toys

In this week's column, Jason Collette examines AL prospects who may be blocked from making an immediate impact in 2011.

Collette Calls: Minor League Park Effects

In the appropriate context, Ian Stewart's monster 2004 season may not have generated quite so much hype.

Farm Futures: Jason Collette Joins RotoWire.com

RotoWire welcomes Jason Collette, who compares Carl Crawford (pictured) with Desmond Jennings, and the Rays' decision surrounding Jennings.