Todd Zola submits his initial top 20 first basemen and suggests tempering expectations a little for Pete Alonso's sophomore campaign.
Todd Zola offers his first set of catcher rankings and wonders how much of a discount the market will place on Salvador Perez after he missed all of 2019.
Todd Zola offers his first look at the top hurlers in his rankings and suggests Jack Flaherty may be ready to join the league's elite on the mound.
Todd Zola looks at the top hitters available in 2020 drafts and wonders if Mookie Betts might be a bargain if he keeps falling out of the top five.
Todd Zola reviews his first 2020 draft, selected in partnership with Derek VanRiper, and explains why he's bullish on Yoan Moncada.
Todd Zola looks at some of the park factor fallout from 2019 and tries to figure out how Target Field could suppress power even as Nelson Cruz and the Twins assaulted the single-season homer record.
Todd Zola looks back on his TGFBI-winning roster and notes there was more than luck involved in him drafting breakout players like Cody Bellinger.
Todd Zola takes a look at the options that will be available with the second overall pick in his first draft of 2020, with Christian Yelich on the short list.
Todd Zola's final hitter rankings of the season has the Nationals and Phillies set to play eight games each this week.
Todd Zola ranks the starting pitching for the final week of the season, which is always tricky. Gerrit Cole is scheduled for two starts, but will he make both?
Todd Zola offers some tips for the final week of the fantasy season and recommends loading up on players from teams still in the playoff hunt, such as Jason Heyward and the Cubs.
Todd Zola's weekly hitter rankings feature a Twins squad that has seven games at home against weak pitching.
Todd Zola ranks the week's starting pitching has the Astros and Nationals have separated themselves from the pack.
Todd Zola looks at some last-minute shopping options to boost your fantasy squad and thinks Zack Collins' plate discipline could be an asset down the stretch in formats that value OBP.
Todd Zola's weekly hitter rankings are topped by the Padres, who project to lead the league in scoring this week.
Todd Zola ranks this week's starting pitching as the Mets' Jacob deGrom endures another year with fewer wins than he deserves.
Todd Zola suggests some hitters who should see enough playing time in September to help you make a final push, including surprising Orioles catcher Pedro Severino.
Todd Zola's weekly hitter rankings features a Rays team that gets seven home games against the weak pitching of the Orioles and Blue Jays.
Todd Zola ranks the week's starting pitching as a trio of emerging aces, including Cleveland's Mike Clevinger, populate the top 5.
Todd Zola digs into recent stolen base and bullpen numbers looking for an edge and notes that Trea Turner isn't the only National who's been tearing up the basepaths lately.
Todd Zola ranks the week's hitting as the Rockies have seven games, all at home, thanks to a Monday makeup game.
Todd Zola ranks the week's starting pitching as Yo Darvish makes his return to the top 10 thanks to a turnaround that came out of nowhere.
Todd Zola checks out some recently promoted youngsters, including the Mariners' Jake Fraley, to see whether they can give your fantasy squad a boost down the stretch.
Todd Zola's weekly hitter rankings features a Rangers team that is set up for a big week with eight games against makeshift pitching staffs.
Leading Todd Zola's pitcher rankings this week is Chris Sale, whose high ERA is more a matter of bad luck than anything else.
Todd Zola crunches the numbers on every team's schedule over the final quarter of the season and thinks Rangers hitters, such as Nomar Mazara, could have big finishes.
Todd Zola's weekly hitter rankings features a Yankees team that not only has eight games but faces the Orioles and the Bieber-less Indians.
Todd Zola ranks the week's starting pitching as the Rangers' Lance Lynn is pitching as well as he has all season.
Todd Zola takes a look at some under-the-radar hitters who can help you for the stretch run, including Kansas City slugger Jorge Soler.
Todd Zola's weekly hitter rankings includes a Red Sox squad that is set up for a high-scoring week with seven games at Fenway against weak pitching.