In his second to last column, Scott Jenstad is looking at players whom he expects will be overdrafted next year. Topping his list is Dodgers catcher Yasmani Grandal.
This week, Scott Jenstad looks at 2018 early-round disappointments to see where they might fall next year, beginning with the Cubs’ Kris Bryant.
Scott Jenstad highlights some breakout players who could make for interesting stories for next year’s draft, including Dodgers pitcher Walker Buehler and Mets pitcher Zack Wheeler.
Scott Jenstad’s picking one guy in each position from the waiver wire who could possibly help your team during the final stretch, like Astros’ first baseman Tyler White who should rack up runs and RBI with his lineup position.
Scott Jenstad describes Diamondback David Peralta’s stellar season in which two years removed from a wrist injury, he’s hitting .306 with 25 homers and 70 RBI.
For the series of the weekend, Scott Jenstad is picking the Astros, who have the best road record in baseball, against his Oakland A’s, who sit two games back in the AL West.
Scott Jenstad describes a few chaotic closer situations that have arisen in the last few days, including in Miami, where Kyle Barraclough has been taken out of his closer role after a few rough outings.
Scott Jenstad expects Dodger catcher Yasmani Grandal, who’s hitting .263, to top his career high of 27 homers this season.
Scott Jenstad’s excited to talk about the A’s and Khris Davis this week, as after a 29-game stretch during which Davis homered only once, he has caught fire, with six homers in his last five games.
Scott Jenstad covers a player at each position whom he sees having a strong second half like catcher Sal Perez, who was injured with an MCL tear the first three weeks of the season.
Scott Jenstad suggests using the break to evaluate where your team is and to figure out which categories to work on, while also discussing a few players of note, and Ian Desmond’s wacky fantasy season.
Reds third baseman Eugenio Suarez is blossoming into a full-blown star this season for the Reds.
Brewers first baseman and draft outlier Jesus Aguilar is the hot topic this week, as Thursday night he hit his 19th homer and has a .313 batting average to go with impressive power numbers.
In A Closer Look, Scott Jenstad discusses a few interesting situations, including Hunter Strickland missing six to eight weeks after breaking his finger by punching a wall.
Scott Jenstad talks about the value of Dodger outfielder Matt Kemp, who’s hitting .335, good for third in the National League, and has 10 homers and 41 RBI.
Scott Jenstad laments that in Bryce Harper’s last four years, his batting average has gone back and forth from elite to bad, and this year’s average is starting off in the bad category.
Scott Jenstad considers this the best time of year to make a run at getting to the top of fantasy standings and he expects a Carlos Correa bounce back.
Scott Jenstad recaps the week and highlights the upcoming Interleague series between the Red Sox with the surging Andrew Benintendi and the youthful Braves.
Scott Jenstad goes over the week in baseball, including Giants first baseman Brandon Belt’s breakout, and advises not to get to down over the effect of early injuries on your team.
Chicago’s Javier Baez is at the top of Scott Jenstad’s early-going draft profits as he’s been a fantasy beast across the board so far.
According to Scott Jenstad, former elite Cubs prospect Addison Russell has done next to nothing this season, with only four runs driven in and zero homers in 102 plate appearances.
Scott Jenstad notes that Carlos Santana hasn’t had much success with his new team in Philadelphia, but he remains optimistic for the season ahead.
In looking back on the past week, Scott Jenstad has his eye on the massive start of Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius, whose impressive early-season stats are making owners happy.
Scott Jenstad breaks down this week in baseball and writes about the hot bat of A’s third baseman Matt Chapman, who has four homers,11 runs and 11 RBI in 13 games.
Scott Jenstad recaps the first week in baseball and analyzes a few of the more notable draft picks, like Blue Jay Justin Smoak, who after a breakout 2017, followed up with a terrific start to 2018.
Scott Jenstad examines the latest closer changes, like the Giants with injured Mark Melancon, as well as some potential offensive situations to watch.
Scott Jenstad offers closers to consider, like Edwin Diaz, when the market for saves goes sideways.
Scott Jenstad dives into some player situations, like the Rockies’ outfield/first base chaos, to figure out the effect on upcoming drafts. At this point, he suspects Carlos Gonzalez is undervalued.
Scott Jenstad is back, and this week he’s focusing on a few players whom he won’t be drafting at their current price tags, like Giants catcher Buster Posey, whose power numbers are cause for concern.
In Scott Jenstad’s final column of the regular season, he focuses on his targets for next year’s draft, like Blue Jay Josh Donaldson, whose huge second half will move up his ADP.