Chris Liss lays out the players he ended up with in his fantasy baseball drafts, and he's all in on Carter Kieboom.
Chris needs Clayton Kershaw to do some heavy lifting on his hitting-heavy NFBC team.
Chris Liss played chicken with closers, but was able to get one of his staples, Byron Buxton, in the ninth round.
After vowing to take Jacob deGrom, Chris took Cody Bellinger with the No. 3 pick and went big on hitting instead.
Brian Dozier was the first active player to be selected. He went to Chris Liss in the fifth round.
Aaron Nola is the only current Philadelphia Phillies player taken in the All-Time Phillies draft.
Miguel Cabrera and Justin Verlander have each won a World Series with different teams, but their Tigers teams never were able to clear the final hurdle.
Andy Behrens took current shortstop Javy Baez with the seventh overall pick.
Jose Abreu was the only current White Sox hitter taken in this draft, though not the only current player. See who else Bennett Karoll, Todd Zola and Jeff Erickson drafted.
Jose Bautista was the first outfielder taken in our All-Time Blue Jays draft. Who went first overall?
Adam Wainwright was among a handful of active players taken in the All-Time Cardinals draft. See who else Brian Walton, Todd Zola and Jeff Erickson selected.
John Toperzer, Todd Zola and Jeff Erickson drafted from the All-Time Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday's SiriusXM show. Here are the results.
Even though he's only played two years with them, Christian Yelich already ranks among the all-time Brewers.
Mookie Betts is no longer with the Red Sox, but still got taken in the second round of our All-Time Red Sox draft.
Chris Liss took Francisco Lindor with the fourth-overall pick. Jose Ramirez, Carlos Carrasco and Mike Clevinger also made the cut among current players.
Jeff Erickson and Chris Liss squared off to assemble teams of the greatest Yankees. Gleyber Torres was one of two current players taken.
Not surprisingly, Miguel Cabrera was the only current Tiger to make the cut.
Chris took three straight Indians to start his draft, including shortstop Francisco Lindor with the eighth overall pick.
Chris Liss bought a few injured players at a discount, figuring the delayed start to the season will give them time to heal.
Chris Liss bought Jose Ramirez for $50, in his opinion a bargain, in the heavily-inflated 18-team format.
Chris Liss gets his ace, taking Max Scherzer with the No. 10 overall pick.
Chris Liss goes deeper into his Cheat Sheet building process for NFBC Contests.
Chris Liss walks us through the process that helped him finish 12th overall in the NFBC Online Championship last year.
Chris said he'd take a pitcher in the first round and was true to his word, nabbing Houston ace Justin Verlander over Francisco Lindor at pick eight.