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Mound Musings: Revisiting My 2017 “Home” League Mound Corps

As the season progresses, Brad Johnson examines the additions, subtractions and evolution of the roles in the staff of his home league, featuring Noah Syndergaard, who hasn’t played since April.

Minor League Barometer: Wheeling and Dealing

Jesse Siegel dives into the prospect landscape again this week, opening up with exploring how some recent trades have impacted things on the farm.

Collette Calls: The Other Side of Recent Deals

Jason Collette looks at which players stand to gain playing time now that bigger names have moved on in recent trades. What does Sean Doolittle's departure mean in Oakland?

Oak's Corner: Thames Is Striking Out

In his weekly recap, Scott Jenstad examines the long slump that’s keeping Milwaukee’s Eric Thames fantasy numbers abysmally low.

Mound Musings: The Trade Winds Are Blowing

Brad Johnson examines recent pitching trades and what impact it can have on a pitcher’s season. Jose Quintana recently made the cross-town move from the White Sox to the Cubs.

Mound Musings: Looking at the Future

Brad Johnson examines the annual Futures Game, which showcases up and coming talent, and in the Notable Rotation Happenings he discusses the return of Madison Bumgarner.

Collette Calls: Bullpen Watch at the Break

Jason Collette reviews each team's bullpen and looks at who might move as we enter the second half with the trade deadline approaching.

AL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Erik Siegrist dives into this week's free agent pool and wonders whether Clint Frazier's promotion is just the first of a wave of top prospects promotions.

Oak's Corner: This Week’s Players of Note

Scott Jenstad notes that Miami’s Marcell Ozuna is having a monster season so far, hitting .333 with 17 homers and 47 RBI, and could be at his peak value.

Oak's Corner: Fantasy Team Deep Dive

Scott Jenstad believes late May is a great time to assess your team for deficiencies because there’s still plenty of season left to make positive changes. For him that means trying to nab Cardinal Matt Carpenter.

Regan's Rumblings: 10 Things I Wonder About

Dave Regan uses his weekly rumblings to explore 10 things he wonders about, like if Twins hurler Jose Berrios is overhyped.

AL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Erik Siegrist looks at the free agent pool in the Junior Circuit and spots a number of veterans nearing returns from the DL, including the Rangers' Adrian Beltre.

The Wheelhouse: Closer Watch

As ninth-inning roles turn over due to poor performance and injuries, Derek VanRiper shares his updated closer rankings.

Mound Musings: AL Bullpen Check

This week Brad Johnson studies closer situations in the American League to identify possible shake-ups as well as potential trade material including White Sox David Robertson.

AL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Erik Siegrist digs into a busy week of roster moves and shifting bullpen roles in the AL, and looks ahead at a wave of injured players set to make their 2017 debuts soon, including the A's Sonny Gray.

Farm Futures: 20 Pitcher Predictions

James Anderson finishes off his preseason prospect predictions and is expecting big things from Astros' first-round pick Forrest Whitley.

Regan's Rumblings: Exploring Additional Prospects

Dave Regan contributes his weekly rumblings again with the season a few weeks away, breaking down a crop of lesser-known prospects that could make an impact in the next year or two.

Regan's Rumblings: Who Are These Guys?

Dave Regan delivers another edition of his preseason rumblings, going over a list of relatively unknown players that could become tangible fantasy commodities in 2017.

Mound Musings: Arms to Watch in the AL Central

Brad Johnson is breaking down each team’s pitching rotation, and up this week is the AL Central, including Detroit Tigers veteran Justin Verlander, who has been stellar since coming back from injury in 2015.

Top 250 Dynasty League Rankings

James Anderson offers up his overall rankings for deep dynasty leagues, and puts Corey Seager firmly in the top 10 after his breakout 2016.

Collette Calls: AL LABR Review

Jason Collette investigates three fascinating aspects of the recent AL LABR auction -- speed, closers and shiny new toys. How much of a premium did Andrew Benintendi cost?

The Wheelhouse: Job Battles A-Z

Derek VanRiper takes a team-by-team look around the league at important job battles as spring training games are now underway.

Regan's Rumblings: Preseason Closer Rankings

Dave Regan is back with his first Rumblings of 2017, turning his focus to all 30 teams and their potential closers heading into the season.

Collette Calls: AL Bold Predictions

Jason Collette makes a bold prediction for every American League team. Tyler Naquin owners are not going to be happy.

Baseball Draft Kit: Picks & Pans

Joe Sheehan examines players he's targeting and avoiding in 2017 -- including an ace on the north side of Chicago.

The Z Files: Closing Arguments

Todd Zola examines different approaches for handling saves, and wonders if most fantasy owners are properly pricing the production of elite closers like Kenley Jansen.

Collette Calls: Hot Stove League Transaction Analysis

Jason Collette analyzes the fantasy fallout from the Hot Stove League's latest trades and signings. Is the recently traded Taijuan Walker bound for the bullpen in Arizona.

Regan's Rumblings: September Call-ups and 2017 Closers

Dave Regan uses his rumblings this week to speculate on September call-ups and who might nail down a closer's spot in 2017.

The Saber's Edge: Closer Roulette at the Deadline

Jeff Zimmerman analyzes the closer situations throughout the league and how the trade deadline could impact who closes this year and in 2017 for each team. Is Dellin Betances the future in New York?

AL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Erik Siegrist sees a lot of turmoil, and a lot of bidding opportunities, in AL bullpens this week as Wade Davis was just the first of three elite closers to break down heading into the All-Star break.