As the 2016 season has forged on, fantasy owners have been treated to resurgent campaigns from seasoned veterans and upstart performances from newcomers.
The New York Yankees have agreed to trade flame-throwing closer Aroldis Chapman to the Chicago Cubs in exchange for four players.
Starting pitchers led the way with 11 Least Valuable Players at the position. First basemen and outfielders tied for second with five representatives apiece.
Take a look at three studs who have made owners look like geniuses during the first three-plus months of the season. On the other hand are three high-draft-pick players who haven’t given owners a substantial return on their investment.
New York Mets’ starting pitcher Matt Harvey will reportedly undergo season-ending surgery on his right shoulder to address thoracic outlet syndrome, according to ESPN’s Adam Rubin.
The names of those who’ll be taking part in Monday’s Home Run Derby will trickle out over the coming days.
Major League Baseball announced 2016 All-Stars for the American League and National League on July 5.
Ian Desmond continues his climb this season.
These hurlers are suddenly making hitters look silly.
The Royals are coming off of a terrific season during which Kansas City won its first World Series championship in 30 years.