The Rafael Montero Sweepstakes was active in every league, and Jeff Erickson made a "go-for-it" trade for German Marquez in the RotoWire Staff Keeper League.
Cristian Javier was the recipient of the biggest bids in a wild week of FAAB bidding on Sunday night.
Rich Hill drew big bids in this week's series of FAAB bids. Jeff Erickson breaks down the FAAB bidding in his leagues on Sunday night.
Jeff Erickson took Stephen Strasburg in the NFBC Main Event draft as the 10th overall starting pitcher (26th player) overall. Aces were inflated more than ever in this draft.
Results from the "Beat Jeff Erickson" draft on Thursday night, one of the first RotoWire Online Championship drafts for the NFBC's Sprint Season.
Ross Stripling heads the list of relievers to help you keep up in wins without sacrificing too much by avoiding shakier starting pitchers in the process.
How many games Mike Trout misses for his upcoming paternity leave could drastically change his draft value. That's one of the many issues we're looking at upon baseball's return to action.
Jeff Erickson analyzes his recent 1982 retroactive draft where Rickey Henderson didn't go first overall despite stealing 130 bases in 1982.
Could Teoscar Hernandez be a late source in drafts for stolen bases? Jeff Erickson looks at Statcast's Sprint Speed metric to look for potential stolen base indicators.
Jeff Erickson examines players he likes but, for whatever reason, has not drafted yet this spring, including A's first baseman Matt Olson.
Jeff Erickson discusses his Yahoo! Friends & Family draft, where injured players like Max Scherzer get a boost with the delayed start to the MLB season.
In taking stock of his drafts so far this season, Jeff Erickson has been pushing Trevor Story aggressively in the middle-to-late first rounds.
Jeff Erickson analyzes what it takes to reach the top of each pitching category in industry leagues. Is punting saves a viable strategy?
Jeff Erickson breaks down the macro environment, offering insight into category targets and tips to building a competitive roster in this new day and age of Major League Baseball.
Jeff Erickson looks at what it takes to reach the top of each hitting category in bellwether industry leagues. Can you roster jackrabbits, like Dee Gordon, who don't hit for power?
Jeff Erickson breaks down his team for the LABR Mixed Draft, during which he was eighth in the draft order.
Jeff Erickson's quick postseason ranks.
Hyun-Jin Ryu is having a superb season but surprisingly rates among the lowest qualified starters in spin rate. That's one of the observations drawn by Jeff Erickson using RotoWire's new batted ball data pages.
Jose Peraza's strikeout rate has skyrocketed, and he hasn't walked yet this season. Jeff Erickson shows how to find that and more on RotoWire's Plate Discipline Changes, one of the site's new features for 2019.
Teoscar Hernandez was a surprise leader among qualified hitters in barreled hits percentage last season – among the revelations that Jeff Erickson discovered while navigating batter Statcast data.
Kyle Hendricks has succeeded for years by inducing weak contact despite throwing a below-average fastball. Jeff Erickson wants to know if Trevor Williams is cut from the same cloth.
Who are Jeff Erickson's "FOMO" (Fear of Missing Out) players? Will Ryan McMahon (pictured) be Captain Helium this weekend?
David Price is on four of Jeff Erickson's 10 teams so far. See who else he owns with two weeks to go in draft season.
Jeff Erickson shares his strategy for saves for this season and looks at closer tiers. Is there any reason to worry about Aroldis Chapman?
Jeff Erickson identifies starting pitchers who might be undervalued on the basis of projected innings. Does that mean you should bump up Rich Hill in your rankings?
Jeff Erickson analyzes whether paying for stolen bases in drafts this year has been worth the cost. How badly have stolen-base artists like Billy Hamilton performed vs. expectation?
Jeff Erickson breaks down his 15 (yes, fifteen!) fantasy leagues and looks at which players he gravitated to, and which he missed out on.
Jeff Erickson analyzes closer tiers and shows fantasy owners how to attack saves so that they can draft extra power bats. When does it make sense to draft blue chips like Kenley Jansen?
It's worth your while to pay extra attention to stolen bases at this year's draft. What does that mean for the top speedsters like Dee Gordon?
What happens when your projection or ranking differs wildly from the mainstream projection?