Jason Collette gazes into his AL Central crystal ball and sees more bad than good for Cleveland's Shane Bieber this year.
Jason Collette offers predictions for the NL Central. Are fantasy owners guilty of recency bias with Ian Happ?
Jason Collette looks into his crystal ball for the NL West and sees a whole lot of plate appearances for the Dodgers' A.J. Pollock.
Jason Collette kicks off his annual Bold Predictions series with a pair of predictions for each of the five teams in the American League West.
Jason Collette looks at his predictions for each stat category for the stretch run. Which did he nail, and which did he fail?
Jason Collette looks at players who splits might provide a clue as to whether fantasy owners can buy into their 2019 performances.
Jason Collette analyzes Bo Bichette's 2020 outlook to see whether fantasy owners should be all in on the hotshot youngster.
Jason Collette looks at what recent history tells us about each counting category in September. Is Nelson Cruz a good bet for 10 homers in the month?
Jason Collette analyzes the progress Rafael Devers has made this season and whether we should expect it to continue.
Jason Collette analyzes the growth of Kansas City's Jorge Soler and whether he's destined to keep it up.
Jason Collette examines the changes made by Aaron Sanchez in his first start with the Astros.
Jason Collette looks at players not currently within the top 15 in the standard roto categories who could finish top 10 by season's end.
Jason Collette looks at where his 30 bold AL predictions stand now that we're halfway through the season. Jackie Bradley Jr. is heating up in the second half again.
Jason Collette looks at where his 30 bold NL predictions stand now that we're halfway through the season. At least the Franmil Reyes prediction is looking good.
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 combs through the bargain bin for potential values in his article for the 2019 RotoWire Fantasy Baseball Guide.
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.