Dave Regan focuses on players who might be on the upswing after slow starts, including Ramon Laureano, who could have top-100 overall upside.
Dave Regan discusses prospects on the cusp of benefiting fantasy teams, including the Astros’ Kyle Tucker who is Regan’s top minor league stash this year.
Dave Regan breaks down the bullpen trade candidates, including Will Smith of the San Francisco Giants.
Dave Regan offers his take on players who are trending toward new heights this season, like Scott Kingery, who’s hitting .344/.385/.564 with eight home runs.
Dave Regan looks at 10 possible future Lucas Giolitos this week, focusing on pitchers who haven't lived up to the hype, but who still have time to take that next step.
Dave Regan examines the “barrels per plate appearance percentage” metric of players hitting with a lot of power, including Matt Olson, who, after missing time with an injury, has seven homers in 109 PA.
This week, Dave Regan examines 10 pitchers with better than average swinging strike rates, like Gerrit Cole, who’s got the fourth best rate in the league.
Dave Regan analyzes recent high-profile prospect callups, including Austin Riley, a third baseman by trade who’s expected to function as an everyday left fielder for the Braves.
Dave Regan examines 10 players who are surprising in both good and bad ways so far this season, including, Hunter Dozier who’s hitting .318/.413/.621 with 12 barrels.
Dave Regan looks at a handful of players who have seen their ESPN ownership percentages drop the most over the last week, including Dodgers center-fielder A.J. Pollock.
Dave Regan looks at some of the more intriguing numbers in baseball, one of which being seven, the number of stolen bases by Victor Robles this season.
Dave Regan offers up one move that each MLB team could make that would have fantasy impact, like having the Braves sign Craig Kimbrel.
Dave Regan looks at 10 pitchers off to slow starts to try to determine whether each case calls for patience or panic. Is it time to get nervous about Philadelphia’s Aaron Nola?
Dave Regan analyzes 10 players off to slow starts, like A's infielder Jurickson Profar, to determine whether it's too early to get nervous.
Dave Regan shares his observations of the early days of the baseball season, including a look at Cody Bellinger's new swing. Has Bellinger found his power stroke again?
Dave Regan picks one player per team who could get more playing time than expected and outperform his fantasy expectations, like Arizona's Jake Lamb.
David Regan breaks down his methods for building a winning staff in his article for the 2019 RotoWire Fantasy Baseball Guide.
Dave Regan examines his personal highs and lows of the season including the enjoyable play of rookie duo Ronald Acuna and Juan Soto.
Dave Regan offers up player suggestions in specific categories in which you might be trying to make up ground at the last second, such as steals, where he’s suggesting Kansas City’s Adalberto Mondesi.
As the fantasy baseball season reaches its final lap, Dave Regan examines the players that were a hit, like AL Cy Young contender Trevor Bauer, and the misses.
Dave Regan examines players playing well after the All-Star break, including Mallex Smith, whom he’s not too surprised to see take a step forward given his youth and minor league track record.
Dave Regan analyzes some of the more important trades that happened on July 31. Will going from the Al to the NL help former Rays starting pitcher Chris Archer?
Dave Regan gives readers the top 10 prospects he thinks will help fantasy owners down the stretch, starting with Toronto's Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
Dave Regan delivers his 10 Biggest stories for MLB’s first half, including his thoughts on Eddie Rosario being the Twins’ best hitter with 18 home runs and six stolen bases so far.
Dave Regan answers a pressing question for every team in this week's look around the majors. Which Rafael Devers will we see in the second half?
Dave Regan analyzes the last two and a half months of baseball to find players exceeding preseason expectations, like Arizona's Daniel Descalso, who's on pace for career highs in all categories.
Dave Regan looks at 10 pitchers on each side of the regression ledger, some who can expect better results the next four months and others who could struggle, like Chicago's Reynaldo Lopez.
Dave Regan discusses the ways in which baseball has surprised him so far this season, including Astros pitcher Gerrit Cole getting exponentially better with his move to the AL.
Dave Regan looks at the status of every team and where they should go from here. Will the struggling Domingo Santana figure it out or have pitchers figured him out?
Dave Regan analyzes 10 players who are off to good starts and renders a verdict on whether they can keep it up. What's the deal with Kyle Schwarber?