Tristan H. Cockcroft grades all the offseason moves in baseball in terms of how they impacted each player's fantasy value for 2016.
The salaries in daily fantasy basketball change pretty rapidly on DraftKings, so here are the players to buy and sell this week.
Joe Kaiser identifies widely available fantasy players who can help improve your team in key statistical categories. Norris Cole and Taj Gibson are among his top picks.
We're already looking ahead to 2016 for those in dynasty and keeper leagues. Mike Clay presents his way-too-early 2016 fantasy football rankings.
Tristan H. Cockcroft ranks all 30 MLB stadiums in terms of their hitter-friendliness, based on data culled from the past five seasons of play, and up-to-date measurements.
Orioles catcher Matt Wieters leads a list of players who could shine in 2016 after being mostly modest contributors last season.
Sean Allen ranks the top 250 players in fantasy hockey for the rest of the 2015-16 season; plus, why you must stay patient with your struggling stars.
P.K. Subban is sizzling -- and so is Sidney Crosby. Plus, notes on Kyle Okposo, Patrick Maroon, Joseph Blandisi and more in Scott Cullen's Statistically Speaking.
Would Kevin Durant ruin the fantasy value of Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green if he joined the Warriors in free agency? Or could he give some of them a boost?
Trade Klay Thompson for the injured Blake Griffin in a keeper league? Sell high on Markieff Morris? Tom Carpenter answers these questions and more in this week's fantasy basketball mailbag.
Jim McCormick identifies the better matchups to exploit in Week 16 of the fantasy basketball season. He features matchup ratings and analysis of the latest fantasy-relevant trends and DFS advice.
Using command ratios is a better way to identify the strongest future performers. Tristan H. Cockcroft does just that in identifying his Kings of Command ahead of the 2016 season.
It was a weekend of walkovers, walk-outs and wonder in the ESPN FC Premier Fantasy game as Robert Huth (£6.2m) took top billing.
LeBron James drops to No. 9 as ESPN.com's fantasy basketball experts re-draft players at the midpoint of the NBA season. Who else saw a major drop? And who rose up the charts?
Giancarlo Stanton, set to return after suffering a fractured hamate bone in his left hand last season, is among several players who'll be back on the field after dealing with injuries in 2015.
Our NBA experts analyze which current fantasy studs are likely to have a second-half decline in production in this week's "Starting Five."
Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg remains unsure of exactly when All-Star swingman Jimmy Butler will be able return from a left knee strain.
Using Dallas Keuchel's career as a road map, we found several pitchers who enter 2016 with a chance to deliver the type of results that, at first glance, you wouldn't think they were capable of.
Tom Carpenter provides his updated end-of-season rankings for fantasy basketball. Karl-Anthony Towns took a step forward, leaping past Pau Gasol.
Joe Kaiser writes that 20-year-old Nikola Jokic, a former second-round pick by Denver, has the potential to be a top-50 fantasy player in the coming years.
Bradford Doolittle takes a look at what's trending in fantasy basketball, including Tyronn Lue's impact on Kevin Love's production, and Derrick Rose's latest scoring increase.
Eric Karabell and Tristan Cockcroft weigh in on trades for Corey Dickerson and Jean Segura, the Howie Kendrick signing and more. Plus, they take your #06010MLB questions.
John Cregan provides his list of the 10 most fantasy-friendly coaches in the NBA. Oklahoma City coach Billy Donovan comes in at No. 1.
We round up our best Insider basketball tips from the past week to help you with your fantasy lineups, including looking at who's overrated or underrated.
Sidney Crosby delivers a hat trick in a busy first night after the All-Star break; Letang, Huberdeau, Miller, McDavid and more in Scott Cullen's Statistically Speaking.
Our NBA experts discuss why Carmelo Anthony's durability and what the firing of Phoenix Suns coach Jeff Hornacek means for fantasy in this week's "Starting Five."
Eric Karabell addresses the myriad debates from the ESPN fantasy baseball summit meetings, including the scarce shortstop position.
Tristan H. Cockcroft presents his top 250 keeper rankings for the 2016 fantasy baseball season, led by Mike Trout and Bryce Harper.
Eric Karabell checks out gained and lost player eligibility for 2016, with Miguel Sano and Kyle Schwarber the headliners.
Victoria Matiash ranks the top 250 players in fantasy hockey for the rest of the 2015-16 season, Plus, the fantasy implications of Connor McDavid's return.
Joe Kaiser identifies five players that you need to add right now if you're looking for a boost in the second half of the fantasy basketball season.
We round up our best Insider basketball tips from the past week to help you with your fantasy lineups, including trading away star Blake Griffin and adding teammate Chris Paul.
Eric Karabell and Tristan Cockcroft question who was the better signing between Cespedes and Upton, take on positional scarcity at catcher and shortstop as well as answer your 06010 hashbrowns.
Should you keep Johnson or Freeman in a keeper league?
Derek Carr, DeAngelo Williams biggest surprises of the 2015 fantasy football season
Eddie Lacy, DeMarco Murray most disappointing fantasy players of 2015
Will Bell, Charles bounce back next year?
Luck, Romo should return to form next season
Struggling in one category? Joe Kaiser dishes out tips on the top pickups who can help you out.
Five of the six best fantasy players this season are in the West. Joe Kaiser lists the conference's fantasy All-Stars.
No popularity contest here -- just the stats. Tom Carpenter offers his Eastern Conference fantasy All-Star squad for the 2016 season thus far.
Fantasy: Best, worst parks for hitters
Tristan H. Cockcroft ranked all 30 MLB stadiums in terms of their hitter-friendliness, based on data from the past five seasons. Ballparks are shrinking
Report: Donaldson, Jays reach 2-year deal
3B Josh Donaldson and the Blue Jays have avoided arbitration with a 2-year, $29 million deal, according to Sportsnet Canada. Donaldson is the defending AL MVP.
Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN
A.J. Pollock and the D-Backs avoid arbitration, agreeing to a 2-year, $10.25 million deal.
Tigers, OF Martinez strike 2-year deal
J.D. Martinez has reached a deal with Detroit worth $18.5M pending a physical, according to ESPN sources and multiple reports. The OF slugged 38 homers and drove in 102 in 2015. Story
Katie Strang ESPN.com
Assuming JD Martinez passes physical, he will become the fourth and final Tiger this offseason to avoid arbitration with the team.
Katie Strang ESPN.com
Tigers and J.D. Martinez have agreed to terms on a two-year contract worth $18.5 million, a source confirms to ESPN. The deal, which comes with a contract value of $6.75 M in 2016 and $11.75 M in 2017, is pending a physical
MLB closer to rule change for slides
The league is making progress in its effort to change rules about sliding into second base after a pair of devastating injuries last season, sources told ESPN's Buster Olney. Story