Fantasy baseball players tend to change their feelings about players like Marlon Byrd drastically from one year to the next based on facts that affect their values very little, if any.
Fantasy baseball players have reason to be worried about how long Tommy Hanson will last, but because many of them are, there's little reason not to gamble on the talented righty.
In the New York Yankees and Seattle Mariners' prospect blockbuster, the fantasy baseball focus will be on Jesus Montero and Michael Pineda. But the fallout is a lot more interesting.
Fantasy baseball players adore Kansas City Royals’ Eric Hosmer, but Mike Moustakas is more attractive
The Kansas City Royals have a couple of promising corner infielders, but fantasy baseball players have fallen in love with Eric Hosmer and have little interest in asking Mike Moustakas to dance.
Brett Gardner isn't an elite fantasy baseball player, but one of the New York Yankees' most valuable pieces may be closer to that kind of value than you think.
Does a pitcher deserve to win the MVP Award? Any player can win it, as long as rhetoric is at the heart of the discussion.
When an unexpected MLB playoff hero with a solid pedigree emerges, some fantasy baseball players overreact in drafts the following spring. David Freese is the latest possible example. But is he worth going the extra dollar for anyway?
The New York Mets are about to overhaul the dimensions of their relatively new ballpark, Citi Field, a renovation project that will increase offense, but not their chances of winning, and certainly not the values of their pitchers, like Johan Santana, to fantasy baseball players.
Many Major League Baseball players are enigmatic, but no player's fantasy baseball story is made up of the tales of two seasons like the Los Angeles Dodgers' Matt Kemp's.
It dawned on the winner of KFFL's fantasy baseball analysis draft and expert league that many of the players he acquired weren't so highly coveted.
Delmon Young had a largely disappointing 2011 for fantasy baseball players, but the Detroit Tigers' claim of the talented outfielder provides a boost for his 2012 rotisserie outlook.
KFFL's Tim Heaney and Nicholas Minnix finished just off the pace in the race for the Tout Wars mixed league championship. And that's not a bad thing.
With two days remaining in the Major League Baseball season, the mixed Tout Wars race has come down to a few categories, and the leader entering the week can't do anything about them. And, he waits.
Every little thing, every tiny bit, every minuscule matter is affecting the Tout Wars mixed fantasy baseball league race.
The prestigious Tout Wars fantasy baseball league is coming down to the wire, and the three teams - two of them run by KFFL editors - can hardly stand the excitement ... if that's what you want to call it.