In his last Barometer of the season, Erik Halterman looks at players whose finish in earned auction value diverged most from their preseason draft position, starting with Jose Ramirez.
Erik Halterman uses this week’s column to talk about players who have impressed him the most this year, including A’s first baseman Matt Olson.
In addition to this week’s risers and fallers, Erik Halterman looks at players who outperformed his expectations, like Atlanta’s Freddie Freeman.
In the waning days of baseball, Erik Halterman lists his latest risers and fallers, featuring two-time Riser pitcher Logan Webb.
Erik Halterman takes a look at underachievers in terms of xBA and xFIP, and highlights Giancarlo Stanton’s excellent August in the Risers section.
In this week’s column, Erik Halterman talks about Shane McClanahan, who has been excellent over his last 10 starts, pitching more innings than previously and with an ERA of 3.07.
In addition to risers and fallers, Erik Halterman writes about players he’s rostered and how they’re fairing thus far, starting with Jose Abreu, who’s batting is currently at a career low.
Erik Halterman looks at players who have impressed or disappointed so far in the second half of the season, starting with Phillies slugger Bryce Harper.
Dan Marcus analyzes players rising and falling this week, including the Blue Jays' George Springer, whose spot in the order should help him rack up counting stats.
Erik Halterman offers up a special edition of his column, featuring a break down of Olympic baseball, while also listing this week’s risers and fallers, starting with Juan Soto.
As the trade deadline approaches, Erik Halterman discusses the latest group of players with rising or falling stock, starting with Rangers outfielder, Joey Gallo, a riser.
Erik Halterman analyzes players whose fantasy value has diverged most from draft-day expectations, starting with Carlos Correa.
Erik Halterman analyzes players whose fantasy value has diverged most from draft-day expectations, including the Brewers' Christian Yelich.
In this week's column, Erik Halterman examines what it's like for a player like Clayton Kershaw to participate in a 162-game season after a season of just 60?
Erik Halterman's risers and fallers this week features players who are good buy/sell candidates, starting with the A's Matt Olson.
Erik Halterman takes a look at this week's risers and fallers, leading off with Vladimir Guerrero, who's leading the league with 21 homers and sits tied for second with a .344 average.
Erik Halterman takes a look at the players at each position who rose and fell the most from their preseason ADP, starting with Marlins pitcher Trevor Rogers.
Ryan Rufe discusses May’s biggest risers and fallers, and at the top of his riser list is Giants pitcher Kevin Gausman, who went 5-0 for the month with only three runs allowed over 37 innings.
Erik Halterman starts this week's column by checking in on his own preseason rankings, starting with a player he was high on, J.T. Realmuto.
Erik Halterman check in with this week's risers and fallers, starting with riser Buster Posey who's enjoying a career renaissance.
Erik Halterman discusses this week's risers and fallers, including Baltimore riser John Means with his 1.37 ERA and no-hitter against the Mariners.
This week, Erik Halterman compares players' current ranks to their ADPs, starting with pitchers and the Royals' Danny Duffy, whose increased velocity has led to a career-best 28.8 percent strikeout rate.
Erik Halterman is breaking down 10 players whom he expects to rise and fall in the next few weeks, like Red Sox third baseman Rafael Devers who's big leap could be on the horizon.
Erik Halterman analyzes some early-season risers and fallers, and questions whether this could be a breakout year for Vladimir Guerrero.
In this week's look at players whose stock is either rising or falling, Erik Halterman notes Corbin Burnes' ascension after two outstanding outings so far this season.
Erik Halterman looks at this week’s rising and falling players, and anticipates this is the year we’ll get the full Shohei Ohtani experience.
This week, Erik Halterman's list mostly includes players who have won or lost roster spots or fantasy-relevant roles, like Jordan Romano, whose stock received a big boost with the injury to Kirby Yates.
Erik Halterman analyzes players rising and falling this spring, including the Brewers' Freddy Peralta, whose stock is soaring.
Erik Halterman analyzes the risers and fallers in spring training, including the Astros' Myles Straw, whose fantasy stock is soaring.
Erik Halterman analyzes players whose stocks have risen or fallen since the start of spring training, including the Mariners' Jarred Kelenic.