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Chris Towers
Chris Towers
May 4, 2015
Waiver Wire: Bring up the catchers!
Fantasy players who didn't invest in catchers early have had plenty of chances to snag intriguing names on waivers, Chris Towers writes.
Heath Cummings
May 4, 2015
2015 NFL Draft: Fantasy impact of Rounds 2-7
How do Darren McFadden wind up as one the biggest post-draft Fantasy winners? Or T.J. Yeldon and Duke Johnson among its biggest losers? Heath Cummings explains.
Al Melchior
May 1, 2015
Rotation Roundup for Week 5
You may need several two-start pitchers to survive the coming week, and Al Melchior assesses several of your options.
Scott White
May 1, 2015
Five Up, Five Down for Week 5
Should you use returning Carlos Gomez? Hiow about Anthony Rendon , David Wright and Christian Yelich? Scott White sorts out five hitters up and five others down for Week 5.
Chris Towers
Chris Towers
May 1, 2015
Waiver Wire: The NL East callup edition
With Dilson Herrera and Mike Foltynewicz getting the call, Chris Towers says the NL East has some interesting new names.
Chris Towers
Chris Towers
May 1, 2015
Week 4 Closer Stock Watch
Steve Cishek hasn't been fooling batters, and Chris Towers digs into the numbers to try to find out why as he updates closer trends.
Evan Berofsky
April 30, 2015
Neutral Zone Wrap: Second round preview
The Stanley Cup Playoffs have eight survivors. Evan Berofsky breaks down the four series and picks the conference finalists and his early Conn Smythe leaders.
Scott White
April 30, 2015
Waiver Wire: Marisnick, Fowler are off and running
Jake Marisnick is regaining his lost top prospect sparkle in Houston. Scott White looks at Thursday's waiver options including Dexter Fowler, Ubaldo Jimenez and Yasmany Tomas.
Scott White
April 29, 2015
Prospects Report: Is Carlos Correa on the horizon?
The Astros are an April surprise but just lost their shortstop. Is it Carlos Correa time? Scott White is intrigued awaiting the 20-year-old phenom.
Al Melchior
April 29, 2015
Waiver Wire: Useful pitching still available
Waiver options can't always make the pain of a lost Fantasy starter go away, but Al Melchior recommends a trio of widely available pitching alternatives who could help owners in a broad range of formats.
  
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