Which pitchers are going twice in the first full scoring period after the All-Star break? Our Al Melchior lays out all of the matchups and shares his recommendations.
The most popular prospects aren't necessarily the ones likely to make the biggest impact in the second half, and three overlooked minor leaguers could actually make the loudest noise.
Right-hander Vance Worley had been a candidate to make Minnesota's rotation, but he was put on waivers on Friday.
You know the big names in the prospect world, but there are others to watch. Our Scott White and Michael Hurcomb dig a little deeper in Down on the Farm.
With most of the impact youngsters already promoted, there aren't many in the minors for owners to target. Our Scott White highlights one last potential impact bat in his latest Down on the Farm.
The Seattle Mariners need punch on offense and they have options in the minors. But will they pull the trigger and call up someone like Nick Franklin? Scott White takes a closer look in Down on the Farm.
Most of the Twins' top minor-league talent sits in the low minors. Can anybody help out this year?
Our team preview series continues on Monday with the Minnesota Twins.
He didn't get the $100 million deal and he didn't land where he thought he might. But fleet center fielder Michael Bourn, proud owner of a new (signed last week) four-year, $48 million deal in Cleveland, smiles broadly throughout each day and mixes in with his new teammates as if they're long-lost friends. ...
The Phillies didn't get any younger in the offseason, but many could bounce back in a big way in 2013. Our Michael Hurcomb previews the Phillies from a Fantasy perspective.

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