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.
Erik Siegrist dives into the the situation surrounding the new humidor at Chase Field in Arizona and how climate-controlled baseballs could impact the fantasy value of Diamondbacks players.
Erik Siegrist delivers his first Long Game column of 2018, breaking down a new keeper league strategy heading into draft season.
Erik Siegrist takes stock of baseball's best prospects, forecasting when they might be brought up to the bigs and the potential impact they'll have on their teams.
Erik Siegrist looks at some early emerging trends for 2017 and the likelihood of them panning out as the season unfolds.
Erik Siegrist recaps his draft results from RotoWire's new staff keeper league in this edition of The Long Game.
Erik Siegrist details how to manage different aspects of your keeper-league roster in this edition of The Long Game.
Erik Siegrist discusses how to evaluate players and salaries for keeper leagues. For instance, is there a price at which keeping Carlos Correa is no longer profitable?
Erik Siegrist discusses a few topics of interest to keeper league owners including which prospects seem poised to inherit big league jobs after the trade deadline.
In this week’s edition of the Long Game, Erik Siegrist takes a look at prospects who are likely to be available in your league’s free agent pool, when someone like the Astro’s Alex Bregman is already taken.
In this week's edition of the Long Game, Erik Siegrist gives some direction on what you can do if your team is spinning it's wheels -- and going nowhere fast -- two months into the season.
Erik Siegrist gives us his theory on
Erik Siegrist explores the disappearance of stolen bases in today's game and what it means for fantasy owners.
Erik Siegrist uncovers a handful of widely available, overlooked big leaguers and prospects that could prove useful as the season wears on.
Erik Siegrist tackles the tricky topic of keeper-league inflation and how to game the system with a player such as Adam Jones so fantasy owners can get the most bang for their inflation-adjusted buck.
Erik Siegrist looks at the league-wide drop in stolen bases and how owners in keeper leagues can take advantage of the trend.
Erik Siegrist looks for keepers from last season who are cheap enough and have enough upside to keep again this season, like Tampa Bay's Steven Souza.
Erik Siegrist identifies players, like Adam Wainwright, who might be both available in September to help in the stretch run and good keepers for 2016.
Erik Siegrist examines the fallout from the trade deadline on keepers leagues and discusses how owners might better approach FAAB bidding.
Erik Siegrist looks at some of this year's bums, like Washington's Ian Desmond, and discusses whether dynasty owners should buy low.
Erik Siegrist looks at some of this year's surprises, like Oakland's Billy Burns, and discusses whether dynasty owners should hold for the future or sell at peak value.