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Fantasy Articles Featuring Josh Reddick

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Josh Reddick's name.

Tuesday Lineup Card: McCarthyism

Unlucky and underrated, Brandon McCarthy looks like a strong second-half option in a wide variety of formats.

FAAB Factor-AL: Buyer Beware

Danny Salazar returns to the majors this week, but RotoWire's Andrew Martinez preaches caution in your bidding.

Diamond Cuts: All-Scar Team

In the year of the Tommy John Surgery, Jose Fernandez's injury has been the most impactful. Jeff Stotts reveals the rest of his annual All-Scar team in this week's article.

Saturday Lineup Card: d'Arnaud Regrets

Travis d'Arnaud has been swinging a hot bat since his recall from Triple-A, and is now occupying the fifth spot in the order for the Mets.

Friday Lineup Card: Rookie Pitcher deGrom Groovin' Along

The Mets continue to provide a surprising source of pitching help for fantasy owners...

Behind the Numbers: Spring Predictions Gone Wrong

You can't always be right, and Evan Longoria is one of the players we missed on this year. Why is he making us look bad?

Wednesday Lineup Card: The Vogt is In

Josh Reddick's back-to-back disabled list trips looked like a major blow for the Athletics, but Stephen Vogt has added stability to right field, while occasionally seeing time behind the plate.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Freese Frame

In Some Depth: The Kid Is Alright

In the absence of Evan Gattis (back), Christian Bethancourt has received a long look behind the plate from the Braves.

Diamond Cuts: Evan Gattis's Back Injury

RotoWire's Jeff Stotts says that the location of Evan Gattis's bulging disc in his back is troublesome.

Monday Lineup Card: Live And Let Dayan

FAAB Factor - AL: Joey Sits

Who bats while Joey Bats sits? Andrew Martinez breaks down Jose Bautista's substitutes among others in this week's column.

Sunday Lineup Card: Harrison Can Do It All

Wednesday Lineup Card: No Veneer Needed for This Wood

Gavin Floyd's return to the disabled list opens up a rotation spot for Alex Wood, who probably didn't deserve to lose his starting job in the first place.

FAAB Factor-AL: Riding the Hot Hand

J.D. Martinez is one of the hottest hitters in the game right now. Andrew Martinez shares his suggested bid amount in this week's AL FAAB Factor.

Saturday Lineup Card: New No. 2 Hitter In Baltimore?

Steve Pearce has occupied the two-hole in each of the Orioles' last three games, making him a decent speculative target for those in deeper mixed leagues.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Heaney Meeny Miney Mo

Monday Lineup Card: Lord Have Mercer

Thursday Lineup Card: Something's Not (Wain)wright Here

The Cardinals' Adam Wainwright returned to St. Louis for an MRI on his elbow after Tuesday's start, with the results coming back clean.

FAAB Factor-AL: Gausmania 3.0

Kevin Gausman is back up for the Orioles - is he here to stay this time? Andrew Martinez weighs in on how much to bid on him.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Big Names Back In Action

Ryan Zimmerman, Josh Hamilton and Nelson Cruz were among the big bats to return to lineups for Tuesday's games.

Monday Lineup Card: Plouffe Positive

MLB Barometer: The New Bash Brothers

Brandon Moss, Josh Donaldson and a number of other A's have been meeting up at home plate on a frequent basis this season.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Time To Own Cron

With Raul Ibanez languishing as the Angels' DH, fresh call-up C.J. Cron could be positioned to claim a spot in the heart of the lineup.

Diamond Cuts: They Call Me Bruce

Jeff Stotts isn't ranting about Rick Springfield's song, but rather about the reporting on Jay Bruce's meniscus injury and the subsequent procedure done on it in this week's edition.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Embracing Danny Duffy All Over Again

Monday Lineup Card: Would You Like Salt with That?

FAAB Factor - AL: Springer Came Early in Houston

George Springer was called up this week. He's the first elite prospect to earn a promotion, and fantasy players should be willing to spend big to get him.

NFBC Trends: Saved By the Beltran

Scott Jenstad finished third overall in the NFBC Main Event last year. By a small measure of fortune, he missed out on Josh Hamilton this year, instead getting Carlos Beltran. See the rest of his team with his article.

MLB Barometer: Ventura Two-Step

Velocity hounds love Yordano Ventura, and that love intensified after a great first start against the Rays. He gets two starts this week. See who else Vlad Sedler gave a thumbs up or thumbs down to this week.