Todd Zola looks at some more pitchers he had difficulty determining a ranking for, including the surprising Bailey Ober.
Todd Zola does a deep dive on some pitchers he's ranking differently than the general consensus, starting right near the top with Walker Buehler.
Todd Zola takes a look at the impact of changes in pitcher usage on fantasy staffs and finds it's becoming increasingly necessary to roster top middle relievers such as Devin Williams.
Todd Zola wraps up his first draft of the 2022 season and comes away with a fair amount of risk on the roster in upside plays like Andrew Vaughn.
Todd Zola breaks down the picks he made with Derek VanRiper in his first draft of the 2022 season, including the surprising (for him) selection of a pitcher in the first round.
Todd Zola discusses his strategy in assembling a lineup for the NFBC's postseason contest and recommends considering your alternatives if a player like Freddie Freeman gets eliminated.
Todd Zola helps prepare you for postseason baseball by offering pointers on how to rank players like Kevin Gausman in playoff leagues.
Todd Zola gives his early thoughts on potential first-round picks in 2022 drafts and thinks Trea Turner deserves strong consideration for the top spot.
Todd Zola considers what went wrong with his 2021 rosters, including a consistent lack of stolen bases exacerbated by another injury-plagued campaign from Adalberto Mondesi.
Todd Zola breaks down September schedules for each club, as Jose Ramirez and Cleveland pace the field with a whopping 34 games.
Todd Zola looks at some interesting statistical trends heading into the home stretch and notes that Whit Merrifield isn't the only Royal moving the needle in steals these days.
Todd Zola offers his projected pitcher rankings for the stretch run as two National League teams split the top four spots between them.
Todd Zola offers up his hitter rankings for the rest of the season, as scheduling and a stacked lineup makes Bo Bichette one of a trio of Blue Jays in the top 10.
Todd Zola muses about trade-related topics and wonders why top prospects getting moved in keeper leagues is becoming as rare as an MLB team being willing to part with a controllable asset like Austin Martin.
Todd Zola discusses the ethics of dealing top players like Whit Merrifield when you're out of the title picture in your league.
Todd Zola looks over the top relief options for any open roster spots on your staff coming out of the All-Star break, including potential new Phillies closer Ranger Suarez.
Todd Zola takes a look at how much second-half movement is generally possible in each roto category and how much impact an elite base stealer like Whit Merrifield can have on your fortunes.
Todd Zola takes a look at 10 hitters who have turned their seasons around, including Seattle shortstop J.P. Crawford.
Todd Zola takes another dive into spin rate and tries to establish some parameters on what a significant change in rpm might look like for pitchers such as Sonny Gray.
Todd Zola takes a look at the spin rate leaderboards on individual pitches and finds some surprising numbers from veteran hurlers like Adam Wainwright.
Todd Zola takes a look at the narratives being used to explain league-wide numbers so far in 2021, as spin rate artists like Trevor Bauer come under increasing scrutiny.
Todd Zola offers up the top of his draft board for second-chance leagues and factors in more than just projected earnings for Jacob deGrom.
Todd Zola takes a dive into the numbers on a half-dozen disappointing hurlers, including the Angels' Dylan Bundy.
Todd Zola takes a look at some early-season pitching surprises, including Taijuan Walker, to try and determine who will regress and who might maintain their gains.
Todd Zola takes a look at early-season data on average flyball exit velocity and distance and thinks there is a power surge in C.J. Cron's future.
Todd Zola breaks down pitchers who have seen big spikes in their strikeout rates, such as Dustin May, to try and determine if the improvements are sustainable.
Todd Zola dives into the data on early-season strikeouts to try and figure out why pitchers like Corbin Burnes are racking up such huge numbers.
Todd Zola takes a look at how much predictive value a metric like maximum exit velocity actually has, and what it might mean for a hitter high on the MaxEV leaderboard like Willi Castro.
Todd Zola offers some thoughts on early-season trends, including the home run surge led by Nick Castellanos and the Reds.
Todd Zola breaks down how the Weekly Pitcher and Hitter Rankings are generated, and explains what to consider when deciding between a speedster and a slugger like Bobby Dalbec.