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Fantasy Articles Featuring Sergio Romo

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Sergio Romo's name.

The Long Game: The Closer Carousel

Aroldis Chapman is one of many closers already down. Erik Siegrist offers some alternatives to investing full price on current closers.

RotoWire Roundtable: Late March Update

Aroldis Chapman has obviously fallen in our composite rankings. Who else saw major movement?

Mound Musings: NL West Spotlight

Tim Lincecum's star has fallen, but does that offer a profit-making opportunity on draft day?

Fantasy Baseball Podcast: What's Happening in Atlanta?

The Braves have major injury issues in their rotation, Sergio Romo isn't throwing his slider this spring, the sophomore slump is bogus, and more

RotoWire Roundtable: Early March Top 350

The RotoWire rankings crew takes their first crack at their Consolidated Top 350 MLB Rankings. Allen Craig is among those with the widest disparity in his ranking.

Collette Calls: LABR of Love

In this week's edition of Collette Calls, Jason looks at some of the surprises from the LABR mixed league draft, including the slide of Astros outfielder George Springer.

NFBC Trends: Hating the Closers

Greg Ambrosius hates closers and the lack of stability at the position, and thus really is disappointed that Mariano Rivera has retired.

2014 Giants Team Preview: Belting For The Bay

The Giants fell off in 2013 following their 2012 championship season after the rotation fell apart with injuries and struggles. Can a quiet offseason be enough to push the team back into competition?

The RotoWire 200: Our First Bite of the Apple

According to our projections, Clayton Kershaw will be the third most valuable fantasy player in 2014. Are you willing to pull the trigger on him early on if you have that choice?

Collette Calls: Closing Time

Jason Collette looks around the league at each team's closing situation, including the added depth behind Koji Uehara in Boston.

Saturday Lineup Card: A Wright Turn

Thursday Lineup Card: Take a Tango with Cashner

The RotoWire 200: August Edition

With approximately six weeks left in the season, Derek VanRiper takes a final crack at the Top 200 overall with the removal of Nelson Cruz and others suspended for their connection to Biogenesis.

The Wheelhouse: The Past 12 - August Edition

By a wide margin, Mike Trout has the best WAR in all of baseball over the past calendar year. Is he the consensus No. 1 overall pick for those looking ahead to 2014?

Friday Lineup Card: Avila Showing Life

Monday Lineup Card: Beachy Set To Return, Cingrani Sizzles

FAAB Factor - NL: Bell Silenced

The Diamondbacks removed Heath Bell from the closer's job this week, moving to a committee instead. Jan Levine breaks down the various options there.

Collette Calls: Disaster Zone

What happens when closers are used in non-save situations? Are they more prone to blowing up a la Jose Valverde?

FAAB Factor - NL: No Ruf Stuff Type of Deal

Ryan Howard has gone on the DL, opening the door for Darin Ruf to get some play at first base before the All-Star break. Jan Levine breaks down his pickup value with the other NL options for the week.

The RotoWire Roundtable: Midseason Rankings

Our five-member midseason composite rankings are up - where does Yasiel Puig check in? See the composite 200 here.

Behind the Numbers: Likes and Dislikes

In which category does Jarrod Parker belong? An expected breakout hasn't happened yet for Parker, but can he turns things around in the second half?

FAAB Factor - NL: Another Shot For Cingrani

Tony Cingrani gets another shot in the Reds rotation this week with Johnny Cueto going back on the DL. Jeff Erickson fills in for Jan Levine this week and tells you what to bid on him.

The Wheelhouse: Can Anyone Stop MBP?

Opportunity may have knocked sooner than expected for Yasiel Puig this season. Where did he rank on Derek VanRiper's midseason Top-200 List?

Charging the Mound: Fantasy MVPs, Targeting AVG and Streaming SPs

Andrew Martinez sits in for the vacationing Jeff Erickson.

Friday Lineup Card: Wacha This Way

Rounding Third: Who Do You Trust?

The list of safe closers is pretty thin, but Addison Reed manages to make Jeff Erickson's list. Who else is safe enough to trade for right now?

Behind the Numbers: Closer Scenarios Around the League

Addison Reed is locked in as White Sox closer, but not all end-game situations are so secure. Who's next in line to close? How about closer sleepers?

Mound Musings: The Days of Whine and Closers

Addison Reed has been one of the reliable closers in a season that has seen seemingly more volatility than most years.

Circling the Bases: Messy Bullpens

Mariano Rivera remains a timeless wonder, but there are many other shaky bullpens out there. Ray Flowers breaks it down and advocates for a new fantasy stat.

Mound Musings: In the Zone

Does Cliff Lee throw too many strikes? Brad Johnson takes a closer look at the importance of pitch location, and setting up opposing hitters.