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Fantasy Articles Featuring Greg Holland

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Greg Holland's name.

The Saber's Edge: Looking Back, Part I

Jeff Zimmerman reviews his predictions for this season.

Collette Calls: Scoring 2015 AL Predictions

Jason Collette holds himself accountable for his 2015 advice, reviewing each of his 30 American League predictions. Did he make the right call on Taijuan Walker, among others?

Sunday Lineup Card: Value At The Top (Of The Lineup)

Ketel Marte spearheads a Mariners club with an eye on next season.

Bats & Balls: Handing Out the Hardware

Dave Regan names his award winners in each league, but does Zack Greinke have a chance in a tight NL Cy Young race?

Saturday Lineup Card: Mad for Madson

Chris Benzine discusses why Ryan Madson could add a boost in the saves department over the final weekend of the season, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Parker Powers Up

Monday Lineup Card: Strike It Rich

Rich Hill is Monday's Recommended Pickup after being flat-out dominant over three starts for the Red Sox.

Friday Lineup Card: O'Happy Day

With Zach Britton slowed by a back injury, Darren O'Day is shaping up to be a difference maker in the saves department over the final days of the regular season.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Back, Back, Back, Gone

Back injuries have been keeping some of the game's premier hitters -- including Miguel Cabrera, Adam Jones and Ryan Braun -- out of the lineup in the season's final weeks.

FAAB Factor - AL: New Shoe

Matt Shoemaker will return to the Angels' rotation Sunday, but is he worth a FAAB dart this late in the year? RotoWire's Andrew Martinez answers that question and more in this week's AL FAAB Factor.

Mound Musings: Aces High

Brad Johnson's (very short) list of top-of-rotation starters to target in 2016 drafts.

Sunday Lineup Card: Seeing Red

Piscotty is the latest Cardinal to plug a sizable hole with his red hot play.

Mound Musings: See You In September

Brad Johnson is making the most of September's expanded rosters.

Tuesday Lineup Card: The Wright Stuff

David Wright is Tuesday's Recommended Pickup after homering Monday in his first at-bat with the Mets since April.

FAAB Factor - AL: Patience Pays Off

Jackie Bradley Jr. has hit well upon getting regular playing time lately - will the Red Sox stick with him this time around?

Monday Lineup Card: Extend An Olivera Branch

Braves top prospect Hector Olivera (hamstring) could be activated from the DL in about two weeks.

Monday Lineup Card: New Phillie Coming to Town

Phillies prospect Aaron Nola will be promoted Tuesday to make his Major League debut against Tampa Bay.

Bats & Balls: A Bullpen Walk-Through

David Regan offers up a status report on the closer situations for all 30 teams, including the woeful Reds who might be tempted to deal Aroldis Chapman.

Monday Lineup Card: Santana Sharp in Return Sunday

Twins starter Ervin Santana allowed two runs on three hits and three walks with eight strikeouts over eight innings in his return from suspension Sunday against the Royals.

Collette Calls: Managing Second-Half Expectations

Jason Collette looks at recent history to find some realistic projections for fantasy categories in the second half. For example, how many home runs should you expect from a player in the second half?

Monday Lineup Card: Cain Is Able

Matt Cain is healthy and will likely be cleared to reclaim a spot in the Giants' rotation early next week.

Bats & Balls: Potential Deep Sleepers

David Regan takes a look at some sleeper candidates in deeper leagues, including Matt Moore and his impending return from Tommy John surgery.

Mound Musings: The Next Generation

Brad Johnson looks at some of MLB's new arrivals and previews the arms yet to come.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Sweet, Sweet Odor

After posting an OPS over 1.000 following his demotion to Triple-A, Rougned Odor picked up three hits in his return to the big leagues Monday.

MLB Barometer: The Wait is Over

The Carlos Correa era begins, and Vlad Sedler is giddy with anticipation. Plus: Chris Archer and Gerrit Cole join the ranks of true elite SPs.

Monday Lineup Card: New Closer in the Emerald City?

The Houston Astros called up top prospect Carlos Correa on Sunday, but an AL West reliever deserves your attention as well.

MLB Barometer: Would You Rather?

Vlad Sedler applies the principles of a middle-school game to crucial Roto decisions.

Bats & Balls: A Look at the 30 Closer Situations

David Regan reviews each team's closer situation this week, including a look at what to make of the Marlins now that Steve Cishek has been jettisoned from the role.

Friday Lineup Card: Streaking Quintana

Quintana has been spectacular since his April 19 implosion against the Tigers, where he gave up nine earned runs in four innings pitched

Wednesday Lineup Card: Bradley Almost Back from Head Injury