Jan Levine profiles a bevy of fantasy-relevant National Leaguers, including Archie Bradley, who could be a solid option as a second closer.
Jan Levine profiles NL players who could have increased opportunities as summer camps open around baseball, like Arizona's Jake Lamb.
Baseball is back, and Jan Levine profiles players whose value has changed recently, including Jay Bruce, who should get at-bats at DH this season.
Jan Levine profiles undervalued players who could pay off in NL leagues this year, including Alex Wood, who focused on improving his mechanics this offseason.
Jan Levine profiles National Leaguers who could have more value than expected when the season resumes, including the Mets' Wilson Ramos.
Jan Levine profiles players flying under the radar, including the Reds' Eugenio Suarez, who should be back to full health when the season resumes.
Jan Levine looks at NL players who might have been overlooked in spring drafts, including the Nationals' Carter Kieboom.
Jan Levine profiles NL players who might have more value this season than previously thought, including Matt Carpenter, who could rebound with a move to DH.
Jan Levine analyzes NL players who might be undervalued, including Arizona's Jake Lamb, who could benefit from a universal DH.
Jan Levine looks at under-the-radar players in the National League, including St. Louis' Miles Mikolas, who is benefiting from the delay to the season.
Jan Levine reviews the latest in the National League and unearths some cheap gems like the Phillies' Jay Bruce, who could have value in deep leagues.
Jan Levine profiles some under-the-radar players who could surprise this season, including Robinson Cano, whose underlying numbers give hope for a rebound.
Jan Levine profiles intriguing players flying under the radar, like the Nationals' Howie Kendrick, whose multi-position eligibility will help him retain value.
Jan Levine analyzes NL players who could make for valuable pickups once the baseball season gets rolling again, including Atlanta's Austin Riley.
FAAB might be on hold, but Jan Levine has found some NL players who will make for interesting pickups once things get rolling again, like the Giants' Tony Watson.
Jan Levine concludes his column for the year by providing a couple late-season surgers while also adding a few who are set to produce in 2020.
In this edition, Jan Levine focuses on those players who have recently been called up, have returned to the lineup, or are slated to be back soon.
Brandon Nimmo is back and Jan Levine feels he's worth a significant investment based on the early returns.
As we await expanded rosters, Jan Levine looks at the latest available NL candidates while mentioning a few who could stick for the rest of the regular season.
Despite some offensive hiccups this season, Jan Levine believes Harrison Bader's recent form will keep him seeing plenty of action.
Jan Levine continues to guide us along the latest path of free-agent possibilities, including some up-and-coming pitchers and a couple serviceable infielders.
Jan Levine and Paul Martinez join forces to provide the latest and greatest pickup candidates, including a Braves' starter possibly returning to his earlier strong form.
Jan Levine discusses the NL fantasy shakeup following the trade deadline, with a look at players moving locations and others taking advantage of new opportunities.
If Ian Happ can continue his impressive Triple-A numbers with the Cubs, Jan Levine figures he'll also be a solid addition to your team.
If he's still available in your league, Jan Levine considers Manuel Margot a must-add.
Despite a poor start to the season, Jan Levine thinks Jesus Aguilar's recent form qualifies him as an excellent addition.
In the latest weekly free-agent roundup, Jan Levine reminds you not to forget about A.J. Pollock's imminent return to the Dodgers' lineup.
Among this week's subjects, Jan Levine highlights Bryan Reynolds' proficient hitting ways that should keep him in Pittsburgh for good.
With Rich Hill on the shelf indefinitely, Jan Levine sees Ross Stripling as the main beneficiary - provided he can pitch like he did for most of 2018.
He may not be hitting too well of late, but Jan Levine thinks Chris Taylor can turn it around if the Dodgers provide him sufficient playing time.