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Friday Lineup Card: All Eyes On Kemp

Matt Kemp is set to make his much-anticipated 2014 debut Friday against the Giants after a lengthy recovery from offseason ankle surgery.

Thursday Lineup Card: Safety Valve

Wednesday Lineup Card: Unfortunate Setback For Kershaw

The Dodgers announced Tuesday ace Clayton Kershaw (back inflammation) would begin a two-to-three week rehab program, putting fantasy owners in a hole early on.

Spring Training Job Battles: An Early Look

Now that spring training is in full swing, Brian Pelowski looks around the league at jobs that are up for grabs. Can Miguel Sano become the Opening Day starter at third base in Minnesota?

2014 Rangers Team Preview: Heavy Artillery In Arlington

The additions of Prince Fielder and Shin-Soo Choo in the offseason could push the Rangers over the top and to the AL West title in 2014. There are, however, some big question marks behind Yu Darvish in the rotation.

2014 A's Preview: Primed For Another Division Title?

Even with a disappointing 2013 from Yoenis Cespedes, the A's repeated as AL West champions. Can they make it three in a row in 2014?

Friday Lineup Card: Don't Sleep On Danny

Bernie On The Scene: What Should They Do - AL?

With Francisco Lindor moving up the ladder, should the Indians trade Asdrubal Cabrera to address their other organizational needs? RotoWire's Man on the Scene Bernie Pleskoff takes a look around the American League.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Thinking Highly of Miley

Wednesday Lineup Card: Cubs Make Flurry of Moves

Saturday Lineup Card: A Koji Pair Of Sox

Thursday Lineup Card: Just in the Nick of Time

Pitching Value Meter: The Wainwright Stuff

How unreal has Adam Wainwright been this year? He has more wins (10) than walks (9). This week he gets two home starts. Guess where he's ranked?

Saturday Lineup Card: Cole Could Be A Diamond

Transaction Analysis: Panda Expressed to DL

Pablo Sandoval landed on the disabled list this week with a foot injury, but the good news is his foot is not broken as was initially feared.

Monday Lineup Card: Stults Stands Out

FAAB Factor - AL: More Prospect Speculation

Andrew Martinez speculates about a prospect call-up in addition to Wil Myers (pictured here). Read to see his take on the Tigers' Nick Castellanos.

Bernie On The Scene: A Look At Third Base Prospects

Miguel Sano leads the current crop of prospects at third base, according to our man on the scene Bernie Pleskoff.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Tasty Ks For Aroldis

Monday Lineup Card: Bailey's Back

FAAB Factor-AL: Bat Like Beckham

Gordon Beckham is among a handful of players returning from the DL soon in the AL. See what Andrew Martinez has to say about him and other potential pickups this week.

Pitching Value Meter: Miller Time in St. Louis

The young lad Shelby Miller sneaks up the rankings this week with two starts in pitcher-friendly parks. But where did the Cardinal land?

Transaction Analysis: Grand Return

Curtis Granderson is back, finally, for the Yankees and ready to do damage for fantasy owners.

Triple-A Snapshot: April Recap

Mike Zunino cooled off after a red-hot start, but still finished with an impressive line in April. Nate Rowan takes a look around the PCL and IL after the first month of Triple-A action.

Rangers' Team Preview: Losing Ground

After a disappointing offseason, the Rangers are no longer clear-cut favorites in the improving American League West.

Phillies' Team Preview: Encore For the Aging Core?

If Roy Halladay rebounds from a disappointing 2012, the Phillies still have one of the league's better rotations.

Monday Lineup Card: Something To Like In Ike

Bogfella's Notebook: NL Bullpen Review

Chaos in Milwaukee, excellence in Cincinnati.

Transaction Analysis: Deadline Deals Recap

Bogfella's Notebook: More Traded Pitchers

Francisco Liriano now calls the South Side of Chicago his new home.

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