Jason Collette analyzes hitters whose results are outpacing their expected results and what it means for the rest of the season. Is David Peralta headed for a fall?
Jason Collette analyzes wOBA vs. xwOBA to find pitchers who might present buy-low opportunities. Is Noah Syndergaard headed for a turn-around?
Jason Collette analyzes the surprise power bursts from Daniel Vogelbach, Derek Dietrich, Renato Nunez and Hunter Pence to determine which player is most likely to hit 30 homers this year.
Jason Collette analyzes the early work of Jake Odorizzi, who is succeeding this season because he's avoiding the times through the order penalty.
Jason Collette analyzes the hot starts of St. Louis' Dexter Fowler and Kansas City's Alex Gordon to see if either his legit. Which player is more likely to keep up his early season pace?
Jason Collette analyzes the differences between last year's struggles and this year's success for Jose Quintana.
Jason Collette looks at the rise in home runs early in the new season and projects to what it will mean for power this season.
Jason Collette surveys hurlers like Jordan Zimmermann who added pitches to their repertoires this spring to see if those new offerings made it to the regular season.
Jason Collette plays a game of blind resume with potential closers. Does Mark Melancon have a chance to close in San Francisco?
Jason Collette analyzes pitchers who have added new pitches to their arsenals this spring, like Washington free-agent signing Patrick Corbin, who is bringing back his changeup despite a career year last season.
Jason Collette looks at the top players out of options and the tough decisions awaiting their teams as the final round of roster cuts approaches.
Jason Collette is back with more bold predictions, this time for the AL West. Can Delino DeShields Jr. steal 30 bases this season?
Jason Collette moves on to the NL West for more bold predictions. Will Archie Bradley really be a top-10 closer this season? Find out why.
Jason Collette moves on to the AL Central for more bold predictions. Find out whether Jose Abreu is offers a buying opportunity or whether owners should stay far away.
Jason Collette moves on to the NL Central for more bold predictions. Find out why he's not on the Willson Contreras bandwagon.
Jason Collette peers into his crystal ball to tell us what to expect from the AL East. Is Jackie Bradley Jr. headed for a special season?
Jason Collette takes a stab at the 2019 season. Will Zack Wheeler contend for the NL Cy Young? The answer to that and more here.
Jason Collette analyzes the prospects for Matt Harvey now that he's out of Cincinnati. Can rebuild his market value, and fantasy value, in Anaheim?
Jason Collette analyzes Kansas City's Adalberto Mondesi and gives fantasy owners plenty to think about before reaching for the hot prospect in drafts this season.
Jason Collette analyzes 'The Opener' strategy and how it relates to the times-through-the-order penalty. Would it have benefited Robbie Ray?
Jason Collette investigates Joey Votto, who had more than 600 plate appearances but hit a career-low 12 home runs. What's up with Votto?
Jason Collette analyzes the resurgence of Tommy Pham, who revitalized his season after being traded to Tampa Bay.
Jason Collette analyzes Dylan Bundy's disastrous season and what the future holds for the Baltimore pitcher.
Jason Collette analyzes the improbability of Christian Yelich hitting 30 home runs this season for the Brewers.
Jason Collette analyzes whether Clay Buchholz's emergence is the result of specific changes or just a matter of good luck. What's the verdict?
Jason Collette analyzes whether Khris Davis' is simply striking out less or if there's something more to what he is doing in 2018.
Jason Collette analyzes the turnaround of German Marquez and whether fantasy owners can actually trust a Rockies pitcher.
Jason Collette analyzes Tyler Glasnow and Chris Archer and what their new pitching coaches have done for their game since they were traded at the deadline.
Jason Collette analyzes the deadline deals and has high expectations for Chris Archer, who should thrive now that he's out of the 'The Beast.'
Jason Collette missed hard on Matt Carpenter, but he's man enough to explain what happened and why he ignored the data.