MLB Trades Change Everything In Fantasy Baseball, So Don't Ignore ThemMonday is the non-waiver trade deadline in baseball, so fantasy team owners have to understand the trades and how they impact the fantasy roster. Missing out on big changes as they happen can damage your chances of winning the league.
Desmond's D.C. Return 'More Emotional' Than He ExpectedHe isn't healthy enough to play, but Ian Desmond's return to D.C. brought out all the feels for team, player and fans.
Ian Desmond's Redemption Tale Nearly CompleteAfter reaching a massive deal with the Rockies, Ian Desmond's redemption tale is nearly complete.
Reinvented Ian Desmond Looks Back on Time in WashingtonIan Desmond made lifelong friends in Washington, but is now an all-star in Texas.
The 2016 Edition Of The Fantasy Baseball All-Star Team Is HereThere's a rule for the All-Star Game in Major League Baseball to ensure all fans get to see at least one player from each team represented in the Midsummer Classic. This means some less-than-deserving players get picked for the MLB All-Star Game, while in fantasy baseball, only the best players get picked for our All-Star roster.
Are Players Worth Keeping In Fantasy Baseball During A PED Suspension?The big news of the week in baseball, of course, was the suspension of Miami Marlins second baseman Dee Gordon for the use of performance-enhancing drugs. Never mind that disgraced slugger Barry Bonds is the Miami hitting coach: There are plenty of jokes to be made there. How does this impact fantasy baseball? If you own Gordon, should you keep him on your roster? How are you going to replace his 50 stolen bases this season in the stat column? Don't fret: We have all the answers you need right here.
It's Time to Officially Say Goodbye to Ian DesmondThis has been a long time coming but that doesn't make it easy.
Could Ian Desmond Somehow End Up Back in Washington?It's been a humbling offseason for free agent shortstop Ian Desmond.
Nats Make Qualifying Offers to RHP Zimmermann, SS DesmondThe Washington Nationals have made $15.8 million qualifying offers to two homegrown players expected to leave via free agency, pitcher Jordan Zimmermann and shortstop Ian Desmond.
Ian Desmond on Coping With Failure and Possibly Moving on From NationalsIan Desmond opens up about possibly moving on from the Nationals after a failed season.
Nationals' Ian Desmond Hits Baseball 470 Feet Off Giants' Jake Peavy (Watch)Ian Desmond hit a home run further than anyone has off Jake Peavy this season.
With Strange Timing, Ian Desmond Calls Out Mets Fans for AttendanceIan Desmond called out Mets fans -- or an apparent lack thereof -- for their turnout at Citi Field on Friday, the timing of which was very strange.