Erik Siegrist considers the larger implications of a shortened season, such as how to react if a player like Raimel Tapia takes an unexpected run at hitting .400.
Erik Siegrist wraps up his look at potential sleepers in the NL West, where Tony Gonsolin might be the latest successful product of the Dodgers' player development system.
Erik Siegrist offers up some possible AL West sleepers and is willing to give Yusei Kikuchi a mulligan on his rough 2019 campaign.
Erik Siegrist sifts through NL Central rosters for sleepers and thinks Corbin Burnes shouldn't be judged by last year's ERA alone.
Erik Siegrist looks over the AL Central for possible sleepers and thinks James Karinchak has the stuff to be Cleveland's next closer.
Erik Siegrist continues his hunt for possible breakout performers in the NL East, where Scott Kingery could be ready to take another big step forward.
Erik Siegrist compiles his thoughts on players who could prove to be valuable keepers after strong 2020 campaigns, such as Toronto's Danny Jansen.
Erik Siegrist considers the impact of MLB rule changes, both current and proposed, and wonders if bat-first catchers like Gary Sanchez could become the norm in the near future.
Erik Siegrist looks at the factors he weighed before completing two offseason deals in his keeper leagues, including one involving top prospect Luis Robert.
Erik Siegrist looks at players who saw their outlooks improve as a result of deadline deals and wonders if Joe Jimenez will be able to seize the moment now that Detroit's closer role is up for grabs.
Erik Siegrist offers some tips for the stretch run in your league, including how to approach bidding on a potential big-name FAAB target like Madison Bumgarner.
Erik Siegrist points out relievers who could inherit closer roles after the trade deadline and thinks the Giants' Reyes Moronta has the potential to someday become one of the league's best ninth-inning men.
Erik Siegrist looks at some veteran players whose recent performances might be flying under the radar such as the Rays' Kevin Kiermaier, who could only need to stay healthy to produce a breakout campaign.
Erik Siegrist takes a step back and considers the long-term implications of the flood of promotions for prospects like Austin Riley that have happened through the first two months of the season.
Erik Siegrist analyzes whether some of the season's top surprises, such as the Tigers' Matthew Boyd, are the building blocks of future success in keeper leagues or assets to be cashed in now.
Erik Siegrist examines the market forces that have kept Craig Kimbrel and Dallas Keuchel at home to begin the season and wonders whether 2020 free agents like Khris Davis will also have trouble getting paid.
Erik Siegrist offers up his outside the box predictions for 2019, including a history-making performance from Gary Sanchez.
Erik Siegrist reviews the recently completed Staff Keeper League auction and explains how and why he was ready to react when the bidding for top arms like Blake Snell got too fierce.
Erik Siegrist takes a look at how different league formats can affect the value of prospects, and how to make sure you get fair value in a trade for an elite prospect like Vlad Guerrero Jr.
Erik Siegrist looks ahead to next season and considers what to do with struggling young players in keeper leagues, such as Reds hurler Luis Castillo.
Erik Siegrist looks for potential 2019 save sources in all 30 big-league bullpens, including a peek at what might happen in Boston if Craig Kimbrel leaves as a free agent.
Erik Siegrist takes a look at some players who are worth stashing in the hopes that they get traded into big-league starting jobs, such as Yankees outfielder Clint Frazier.
Erik Siegrist looks at different tactics and strategies for making trades that go beyond simply adding Jake Arrieta's name to your team's trade block on the league website.
Erik Siegrist takes a look at the keeper-league trade value of 12 players enjoying breakout campaigns, including the Twins' Eddie Rosario.
Erik Siegrist turns in another edition of his Long Game column, this time turning his focus to potential breakout players for next season.
Erik Siegrist checks in with his Long Game column, exploring the concept of
Erik Siegrist looks toward the future in this week's edition of the Long Game, suggesting Braves prospect third baseman Austin Riley is worth monitoring as the season rolls on.
Erik Siegrist uses his Long Game column this week to discuss the importance of remaining patient when your star fantasy assets are struggling.
Erik Siegrist comes up with 20 predictions for 2018 with Opening Day underway, like Mariners ace James Paxton taking home the American League Cy Young Award.
Erik Siegrist breaks down how to calculate inflation in keeper leagues, and how to prepare for bidding wars on elite players like Kenley Jansen.