Todd Zola's weekly hitter rankings has the Rockies on top as they're set to face a couple of weak pitching staffs.
Todd Zola ranks the week's starting pitching as Jacob deGrom is one of a number of top-tier pitchers scheduled for two starts.
Todd Zola gives a peak behind the curtain at how his weekly pitcher and hitter rankings are devised. There's much, much more than meets the eye.
Todd Zola ranks the week's hitting as the Tigers are the only team with seven home games.
Todd Zola ranks the week's starting pitching as the Yankees' Gerrit Cole is one of the few top starters with two starts in the next scoring period.
Todd Zola's hitter rankings kick off this week with the Reds getting a favorable opening-week schedule.
Todd Zola ranks starting pitching for the opening weekend of baseball's new season and includes a look ahead to next week.
Todd Zola looks at some wrinkles in the 2020 schedule and thinks the regional alignment will allow Phillies like Bryce Harper to add extra value on the basepaths.
Our four rankers are back to answer more of the questions regarding how they're tackling the 60-game fantasy baseball season.
Our rankers are back for the second installment of the Roundtable for the 60-game season. How are they handling Mike Trout for the time being?
Todd Zola looks at the potential impact of MLB's new schedule and thinks a number of Atlanta hitters could benefit, including Ozzie Albies.
Todd Zola indicates what he'll be looking for in terms of news out of NL summer camps, where Dylan Carlson is one of a number of promising prospects with uncertain debut dates.
Todd Zola previews the current state of American League rosters and notes that Aaron Judge and the formidable Yankees offense should be fully healthy for Opening Day.
The four rankers from the RotoWire Roundtable -- Jeff Erickson, Clay Link, Todd Zola and Erik Halterman -- answer a short questionnaire.
Four sets of individual fantasy baseball rankings are compiled into a Top 300 composite ranking for the upcoming 60-game MLB season.
Todd Zola recaps the findings from his Winning Tendencies series and notes that multi-position players like Ketel Marte don't gain significant value in leagues with restrictive roster rules.
Todd Zola breaks down roster management trends from last season's NFBC Main Event and notes that Lucas Giolito became a poster boy for exercising patience.
Todd Zola examines how roster construction impacted last year's NFBC Main Event and finds that a lot of teams squandered the advantage Ronald Acuna's steals provided.
Todd Zola looks at the potential impact of a universal designated hitter and suggests it may not be great news for top NL pitchers like Stephen Strasburg.
Todd Zola uses a pair of retro drafts for the 1999 season to illustrate how getting the most raw value, such as by landing consensus top pick Pedro Martinez, doesn't necessarily lead to success.
Aaron Nola is the only current Philadelphia Phillies player taken in the All-Time Phillies draft.
Todd Zola continues his breakdown of last year's NFBC Main Event rosters and explains why he thinks Christian Yelich showed up on so few league-winning squads.
Todd Zola continues his dive into NFBC Main Event data and finds that remarkably few of last year's successful squads invested early in a top closer like Kenley Jansen.
Jose Abreu was the only current White Sox hitter taken in this draft, though not the only current player. See who else Bennett Karoll, Todd Zola and Jeff Erickson drafted.
Todd Zola dives deeper into last year's NFBC Main Event draft data and finds a strong case for DJ LeMahieu as the 2019 fantasy MVP.
Todd Zola dives into the data from last year's NFBC Main Event leagues and discovers that over-investing in specialists like Edwin Diaz can produce a risky path to a championship.
Adam Wainwright was among a handful of active players taken in the All-Time Cardinals draft. See who else Brian Walton, Todd Zola and Jeff Erickson selected.
Todd Zola considers the impact a modified MLB schedule could have on player performance and fantasy value, and explains why securing an elite closer like Kirby Yates could be crucial.
Todd Zola adjusts the numbers to consider games being played in neutral venues and finds a surprising potential impact on Nationals hitters such as Juan Soto.
John Toperzer, Todd Zola and Jeff Erickson drafted from the All-Time Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday's SiriusXM show. Here are the results.