In the debut edition of this series, the fantasy team looks at players who could outperform their PECOTA projections in batting average.
St. Louis extends Matt Carpenter and signs Aledmys Diaz, and Arizona inks Oliver Perez.
Miguel Cabrera might be moving to first base this year, but he still sits atop this list.
A look at how the hot corner stacks up for Scoresheet leagues.
With Miguel Cabrera set to move across the diamond, Evan Longoria and David Wright usurp the top tier.
A visual breakdown of the players at the position and the stat categories in which they could help your team.
In his last year of eligibility at the hot corner, Miguel Cabrera stands alone at the top.
An overview of the hot corner for fantasy purposes.
The defending National League champs are replete with fantasy assets on both sides of the ball.
You might want to let someone else draft or buy these keystoners this spring.
A look at how the players at the keystone stack up for the long haul.
A look at the value picks at the keystone for your drafts and auctions this spring.
These players excelled from July through the end of the regular season, but does that mean great things are in store in 2014?
An early search for the players who could take the fantasy world by storm next year, the way Matt Carpenter and Jean Segura did in 2013.
Matt Carpenter sparked the Cardinals’ lineup throughout the 2013 season, but can he replicate his fantasy production next year?