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Al Melchior
May 24, 2015
Rotation Roundup for Week 8
The crop of available two-start pitchers might not look enticing for Fantasy Week 8, but Al Melchior points out that the splits tell a different story for pitchers like J.A. Happ and Joe Kelly.
Scott White
May 22, 2015
Five Up, Five Down for Week 8
Have your hitters been letting you down? Our Scott White breaks down the best borderline starts and sits for Week 8.
Chris Towers
Chris Towers
May 22, 2015
Waiver Wire: The return of Jaime Garcia
With Jaime Garcia and Ryan Howard trending up, it's like 2011 all over again on the waiver wire, Chris Towers says.
Chris Towers
Chris Towers
May 21, 2015
Week 7 Closer Stock Watch
In a busy week for closers, the Marlins situation takes center stage yet again, Chris Towers says.
Scott White
May 21, 2015
Waiver Wire: Tolleson gets his shot in Texas; why is Nelson under-owned?
Need pitching help? Shawn Tolleson, Jimmy Nelson, Tsuyoshi Wada and Kendall Graveman may provide it, Scott White says.
Scott White
May 21, 2015
Prospects Report: Rusney Castillo, Jon Singleton back on fast track
Did you let Rusney Castillo slip off your radar screen? How about slugging Jon Singleton? Scott White says you better do some recalibrating.
Al Melchior
May 20, 2015
Waiver Wire: Keystone conundrums
Second base has been surprisingly deep in Fantasy, and Al Melchior highlights a few of the more widely available options to consider.
Scott White
May 19, 2015
Waiver Wire: Burgos or Ziegler in Arizona? Follow the Ks
Addison Reed's out as closer, so who do the DBacks turn to? Scott White says Enrique Burgos' swing-and-miss stuff will decide that question.
Heath Cummings
May 18, 2015
Daily Tournament plays and lineups: 5/18
Matt Harvey at Citi Field? Relative bargain Phillies hitters against Jordan Lyles at Coors? It's enough to stoke Heath Cummings for a short-slate Monday night.
Chris Towers
Chris Towers
May 18, 2015
Waiver Wire: Is Nathan Karns legit?
Coming back from the weekend, there are a number of intriguing pitchers on the waiver wire, and Chris Towers tries to sort out which ones are worth your time.
  
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