Bernie Pleskoff analyzes each team in the NL West with grades for each player and predictions for the division. How many games will the Dodgers win?
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes National League rookies with fantasy relevance, including Dylan Carlson, who should get a full season of at-bats as the Cardinals right fielder.
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes American League rookies with fantasy relevance, including the Rays' Randy Arozarena, who should offer plenty of power this season.
Bernie Pleskoff evaluates the prospects sent to Colorado in the Nolan Arenado trade and is unimpressed, to say the least.
Bernie Pleskoff looks at what the Pirates' recent acquisitions mean for the organization, and for fantasy owners. Spoiler alert: he's not optimistic.
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes players changing teams this offseason, including George Springer, who's now a Blue Jay.
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes some key offseason moves in the National League, including the Indians shipping Francisco Lindor to the Mets.
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes some key offseason moves in the American League, including the Rangers trading Lance Lynn.
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes the brewing confrontation between owners and players and what it means for the future of baseball.
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes picks from the recent Rule 5 Draft and breaks down Josh Bell's trade to the Nationals.
Bernie Pleskoff evaluates some of the top players selected in the recent Rule 5 Draft, including 6-foot-4 Zach Pop.
Bernie Pleskoff evaluates some of the top players selected in the recent Rule 5 Draft, including former top-prospect Kyle Holder.
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes American Leaguers coming off injuries and explains why he's so high on Trey Mancini.
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes National Leaguers coming off injuries and explains why Dinelson Lamet's 'waiting mode' is a red flag for next season.
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes intriguing prospects from the AL and NL East and discusses whether they will be on his draft list for 2021.
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes intriguing prospects from the NL and AL Central and discusses whether they will be on his draft list for 2021.
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes intriguing prospects from the NL and AL West and discusses whether they will be on his draft list for 2021.
Bernie Pleskoff discusses what to expect in baseball this offseason, including plans for a 100-game season and a hot stove league that might be cool for players like Ryan Braun.
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes 2020 rookies, including Detroit's Willi Castro, who looks like a great sleeper for next year's fantasy drafts.
Bernie Pleskoff evaluates AL rookie pitchers, like the A's Jesus Luzardo, and discusses whether they should be on your draft list for next season.
Bernie Pleskoff evaluates AL rookie hitters, like the Mariners' Kyle Lewis, and whether they should be on your draft list for next season.
Bernie Pleskoff evaluates NL rookie pitchers, like the Braves' Ian Anderson, and whether they should be on your draft list for next season.
Bernie Pleskoff evaluates NL rookie hitters, like the Padres' Jake Cronenworth, and whether they should be on your draft list for next season.
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes pitchers who failed him this season and whether he expects them to bounce back next season.
Bernie Pleskoff looks at some hitters who have gone south this season and whether he will take a chance on them bouncing back next season.
Bernie Pleskoff discusses how pitching has evolved this season to fool batters with big-time movement. Shane Bieber's nasty cutter might be the best example.
With the trade deadline approaching, Bernie Pleskoff looks at what National League teams have to offer, and what they need. Will the Dodgers continue to offer Joc Pederson?
With the trade deadline approaching, Bernie Pleskoff looks at what American League teams have to offer, and what they need. Could George Springer get moved for pitching?
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes some under-the-radar National Leaguers, including Edwin Rios, who is showing his power with the Dodgers this season.
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes some under-the-radar American Leaguers, including the Astros' Abraham Toro, whose defensive struggles could make him a DH.
Bernie Pleskoff offers some early season observations, like what's the deal with all the breaking balls, and why are pitchers like Gerrit Cole throwing up in the zone?
Bernie Pleskoff projects the 2020 season team by team. Will the Indians' pitching be the difference in this year's sprint?
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes 10 players he's staying away from this season, including Rays outfielder Kevin Kiermaier.
Bernie Pleskoff profiles 10 undervalued players he's happy to draft, including the Mets' Robinson Cano.
Bernie Pleskoff profiles players he won't draft this season, including the Cardinals' Paul Goldschmidt.
Bernie Pleskoff profiles NL sleepers who are in position to take advantage of a short season, like the Cubs' Ian Happ.
Bernie Pleskoff profiles his favorite Swiss Army Knife players who offer owners multi-position eligibility. Find out why Niko Goodrum tops the list.
Bernie Pleskoff reviews the recent baseball draft and shares which left-hander he thinks has the biggest upside.
Bernie Pleskoff analyzes some interesting prospects, including the Rockies' Brendan Rodgers.
Bernie Pleskoff vents about how the powers who run Major League Baseball are doing their best to divide the players who have made them richer and richer — and kill any sort of season.
Bernie Pleskoff has a message for owners and players: quit the whining. He also has some things to say about Indians reliever James Karinchak.
Bernie Pleskoff speculates on which players might most benefit from a universal DH, like the Cubs' Kyle Schwarber.
Bernie Pleskoff looks at the coming fireworks over how to pay the players if baseball is to resume, and he checks in on the Dodgers' Gavin Lux.
Bernie Pleskoff is hopeful that a plan for the baseball season will be announced soon, and analyzes whether the Astros' Forrest Whitley is ace material.
Bernie Pleskoff has a new idea for an MLB schedule this year, and he profiles some interesting prospects, including the Angels' Jo Adell.
In this week's column, Bernie Pleskoff explains how he's getting by with some help from his wife, reveals a disturbing phone call he received and analyzes a couple of Twins prospects, including Royce Lewis.
Bernie Pleskoff profiles a trio of Tigers pitching prospects, including 2016 first-round pick Casey Mize.
Bernie Pleskoff's first fantasy league with his readers was such a hit, he wants to do it again. Find out how to join his next league, and also get the low down on prospects like Nate Pearson.
Bernie Pleskoff needs to pass the time with a fantasy draft and wants YOU to join his league. He also wants you to keep an eye on Geraldo Perdomo.
Bernie Pleskoff is getting through the monotony of stay-at-home life with a look at some intriguing prospects, including the Mariners' Braden Bishop.