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Fantasy Articles Featuring Tanner Scheppers

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Tanner Scheppers's name.

Mound Musings: Arms to Watch in the AL West

Brad Johnson hopes nearly a year off with injury will drop Derek Holland's draft-day price because he could be a bargain this year.

The Saber's Edge: AL LABR Recap

Jeff Zimmerman's AL LABR draft strategy was to spread his dollars, and he ended up spending big on only one player, Jose Abreu.

Rangers Team Preview: Improved Health, Renewed Expectations

The Rangers used more players last season than any team in the history of baseball, as the injuries hit early and just kept coming. Do they have enough to contend with improved health?

Bats & Balls: Sleepers to Target

Dave Regan names sleepers at each position in his inaugural column of 2015, including Joey Votto whose only question this year is health.

Chasing Saves: Setup Men Who Could Close

Jeff Zimmerman ranks setup men according to the number of saves they could get this season, and Philadelphia's Ken Giles might be the best bet.

Endgame Odyssey: Closer Roles In Flux

Yet again, the Mets have uncertainty with their closer role heading into spring training. Brad Johnson breaks down the unsettled ninth-inning situations around the league.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Call-Up Day, Part Deux

In a seemingly endless sea of September call-ups, the Phillies' Maikel Franco rates as one of the shining stars of the group.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Pining For Pineda

Michael Pineda, out since late April due to a suspension and then a back injury, is finally set to make his return to the mound Wednesday.

Friday Lineup Card: Streaky J.P. For Me?

Recognizing value even among streaky hitters can be a bit tricky...

Saturday Lineup Card: Stromania

Marcus Stroman has posted a 2.43 ERA in his five starts for the Blue Jays, making his early-season struggled out of the bullpen seem like a distant memory.

Friday Lineup Card: Middle Infield Help Is Here

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.

Friday Lineup Card: Say It Ain't So, Joe (Nathan)!

Tigers' middle reliever Joba Chamberlain has found peace in Detroit, and may be the next closer for the Tigers...

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.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Singleton, Springer Reunited In Houston

Sunday Lineup Card: Supersonic Saunders

Tuesday Lineup Card: Great Britton

Zach Britton has a line on all the Orioles' saves, making him criminally underowned.

Monday Lineup Card: Grilled Cheese Is Cooking

Wednesday Lineup Card: Closer-By-Committee Succeeds?

Sean Doolittle tries to prove his value in a closer-by-committee situation

Collette Calls: Strikeout Rate Fallers

Yu Darvish's new approach in 2014 has led to a drop in his strikeout rate, but is he better off in the long haul with the change? Jason Collette looks at the strikeout rate fallers around the league.

Monday Lineup Card: It's Parra for the Course

Saturday Lineup Card: Welcome Wilmer

The Mets called up prospect Wilmer Flores on Friday. Those looking for middle-infield production should take heed.

Thursday Lineup Card: Along Came Polly

Wednesday Lineup Card: Denorfia Delivers

Those in deep or NL-only leagues may want to take a look at the Padres' Chris Denorfia, who can offer a little bit of everything while he continues to receive at-bats.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Have A Niese Day

Fantasy owners have been criminally underrating the Mets' Jon Niese -- who battles Cole Hamels Tuesday night -- in the season's early going.

NFBC Trends: Beat DVR!

RotoWire's Ryan Rufe played in the Beat DVR league in the NFBC Online Championship - here's his review of the draft.

Saturday Lineup Card: New Digs For Davis

Ike Davis has a new home in Pittsburgh, but is he worth an add?

Thursday Lineup Card: Russell the Muscle

Collette Calls: Empty Columns

There are plenty of surprising zeroes on the leaderboard through two weeks, including the lack of a home run from Edwin Encarnacion.

Rounding Third: Difficult Cuts

Even though Jake Odorizzi has newfound job security in the Rays' rotation, Jeff Erickson cut him on his NFBC Main Event team.