Todd Zola looks over the pitfalls of adjusting rest of season projections, and considers how to handle players like Clayton Kershaw that haven't (yet?) missed as much time as expected.
Todd Zola looks at five breakout performers he thinks should remain productive, including Dodgers outfielder James Outman.
Todd Zola digs into the data on three underperforming players and tries to remain optimistic about his Tout Wars investment in Juan Soto.
Todd Zola offers an early glimpse at the statistical changes from the beginning of 2022 and doesn't think the lack of a shift can explain what's gotten into right-handed hitters like Matt Chapman.
Todd Zola considers how pitchers like Sandy Alcantara might be affected by the new shift rules, which should lead to more groundball hits for lefty batters.
Todd Zola breaks down how to account for time missed by a player when ranking them, and sees ways to get a player like Fernando Tatis ahead of ADP but still at a profit.
Todd Zola stresses the importance of playing time in player projection and investigates how likely a workhorse such as Marcus Semien is to see big PA volume again.
Todd Zola attempts to break down how a more balanced MLB schedule might impact pitchers like the Guardians' Shane Bieber.
Todd Zola reconsiders his stance against adding holds as a roto category, and takes a look at the impact it would have on relievers like Devin Williams.
Todd Zola looks at how the changes coming to MLB in 2023 affect player projections, including how a more balanced schedule might impact pitchers like Dylan Cease.
Todd Zola discusses the strategic decisions made to lock up a 2022 title in the Premature Edraftulation League, and nabs Trea Turner to headline the 2023 roster.
Todd Zola shares his gameplan and his rankings for NFBC Postseason Holdem contests.
Todd Zola tries to dispel the myth that it's harder to make up ground in the ratio categories in roto formats, and examines when it makes sense to roster relievers like Andres Munoz over middling SPs.
Todd Zola looks at players who have been putting a hurting on the ball since the All-Star break as Matt Chapman's results continue to lag behind his batted-ball profile.
Todd Zola takes another look at the 2022 offensive environment as Dylan Cease has helped lead a summer resurgence in strikeouts and run suppression across the league.
Todd Zola completes his look at first-half earnings and notes that Michael Harris might be among the most valuable hitters in the game if he'd begun the year in the majors.
Todd Zola examines the best catchers and infielders of the first half, with Jonah Heim part of a group of young backstops who made some noise.
Todd Zola reconsiders some recent assumptions he made in regard to picking opponents for streaming options like Seattle's Marco Gonzales.
Todd Zola digs into the numbers to try and determine whether the installation of a humidor in St. Louis has helped Paul Goldschmidt and company launch more homers.
Todd Zola explains some of the work he's been doing to improve his rest-of-season projections, with the math spitting out some pessimistic numbers for Jose Berrios.
Todd Zola reviews some pitchers who may have benefitted from good luck to date and isn't convinced Sandy Alcantara has graduated from very good pitcher to true ace.
Todd Zola looks at players hitting the ball with more or less authority than last season, including Toronto's Matt Chapman.
Todd Zola analyzes the results from a Memorial Day mock draft as Mookie Betts re-establishes himself as a top fantasy pick.
Todd Zola breaks down whether adjustments are warranted on the rest-of-season projections for a number of pitchers, including Atlanta's Kyle Wright.
Todd Zola examines the league-wide stolen-base environment and identifies some speedy players who could be valuable as streaming options, including Andres Gimenez.
Todd Zola discusses ways to become a better trader by recognizing the areas in which you can improve, and how ceiling can't be overlooked when acquiring players like Jesus Luzardo.
Todd Zola digs into some possible causes of the swoon in offense MLB has seen so far, including power outages for sluggers like Marcus Semien.
Todd Zola considers all the reasons why we want to believe small-sample analysis can help us be the first to recognize a breakout player or an actionable trend.
Todd Zola breaks down how the Weekly Hitting and Weekly Pitching Rankings columns are put together, and explains why he tries not to overreact to early-season surprises.
Todd Zola re-examines his conclusions about how much of a benefit players like Bryce Harper get from hitting the ball very, very hard.