Jason Collette analyzes Tyler Glasnow and Chris Archer and what their new pitching coaches have done for their game since they were traded at the deadline.
Jason Collette analyzes the deadline deals and has high expectations for Chris Archer, who should thrive now that he's out of the 'The Beast.'
Jason Collette missed hard on Matt Carpenter, but he's man enough to explain what happened and why he ignored the data.
Jason Collette analyzes which players are poised for a big second half in the power department. Is Nelson Cruz the best bet for 20 homers in the second half?
Jason Collette analyzes three players whose performances have not matched their preseason ADPs. Is there hope for Bryce Harper to still turn a profit?
Jason Collette looks at some pitchers who struggle the third time through the lineup, including the Yankees' Masahiro Tanaka.
Jason Collette investigates Luke Weaver's struggles and finds that the problem might lie not with the pitcher, but with his manager.
Jason Collette delivers some grim news to Shohei Ohtani owners, even if the ace pitcher avoids Tommy John surgery. What's the future hold for the phenom?
Jason Collette looks at which pitchers have followed up their spring training words with regular season actions on adding pitching. Has Trevor Bauer's tinkering with his slider paid off?
Jason Collette looks at whether Aaron Judge is getting shafted by umpires with called strikes this season. Is Judge a victim of framed strikes?
Jason Collette analyzes the struggles of Paul Goldschmidt and what fantasy owners can expect the rest of the way. Is it possible the humidor is in his head?
Jason Collette digs to find out what's wrong with Marcell Ozuna and whether fantasy owners can expect a turnaround for the Cardinals outfielder.
Jason Collette looks at the stolen-base leaderboard and finds some surprising names, and some names surprisingly missing, like Jose Altuve. When will he start running?
Jason Collette looks at the early season struggles of three players, including Colorado's Jon Gray, and whether fantasy owners should expect their troubles to fade or continue.
Jason Collette plays another game of 'Who Am I?,' providing clues to the identities of various players. Can you guess the players?
Jason Collette looks at some odd happenings in the early going, including Patrick Corbin's improved strikeout rate and whether that portends a breakout.
Jason Collette compares pitchers' Opening Day velocites to last season. Who improved, who regressed? Should fantasy owners be concerned about Robbie Ray or make a play for the Arizona hurler?
Jason Collette reviews his recent Tour Wars draft. Where did he go right, where did he go wrong?
Jason Collette turns to the AL West for more 2018 bold predictions. Can Seattle catcher Mike Zunino be trusted or his batting average posted to crater this season?
Jason Collette looks at the AL Central for more 2018 bold predictions. Can Cleveland phenom Francisco Lindor go 30/30 this year?
Jason Collette turns to the AL East for more 2018 predictions. Is Jonathan Schoop set to take a big step back this year? The answer to that and more here.
Jason Collette turns to the NL West for more 2018 predictions. Is Logan Forsythe headed for a much bigger year than most assume? The answer to that and more here.
Jason Collette takes a stab at the NL Central in his 2018 predictions. Will Luke Weaver finish as a top-50 starting pitcher? Not so fast. The answer to that and more here.
Jason Collette takes a stab at the 2018 season. Can Aaron Nola contend for the NL Cy Young? The answer to that and more here.
Jason Collette breaks down the Gerrit Cole trade to the Astros and looks at who among the other players involved could pay off for fantasy owners.
Jason Collette explores his love-hate relationship with Dylan Bundy and why the Orioles pitcher is worth gambling on in the back half of drafts.
Jason Collette analyzes the fallout from the notable transactions in December, including Dee Gordon, who has to to learn a new position after the Marlins traded him to the Mariners.
Jason Collette looks at hitters like Boston's Hanley Ramirez who underperformed their expected contact last year and what we can expect from them in 2018.
Jason Collette looks at pitchers like the Rays' Chris Archer who underperformed their quality of contact last year and what we can expect from them in 2018.
Jason Collette analyzes left-handed hitters like Corey Dickerson who killed lefty pitching in 2017 and whether we can trust that production to continue 2018.