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Fantasy Articles Featuring Charlie Blackmon

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Charlie Blackmon's name.

Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Medical Injections

Jeff Stotts defines the different medical injections that are used frequently by athletes, including Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman, who just received a painkilling injection in his right middle finger.

MLB Barometer: DFS Lessons Learned

Vlad Sedler shares what he's learned from successful DFS players and looks around the league for those heating up, like Colorado's Charlie Blackmon, and those cooling off.

DraftKings MLB: Friday Picks

With a long and successful history against Yankees starter CC Sabathia, Sasha Yodashkin is rolling with Evan Longoria at third base Friday.

Yahoo DFS Baseball: Friday Picks

Despite facing a lefty, Juan Carlos Blanco explains why Robinson Cano is worth serious fantasy consideration Friday against the A's.

Yahoo DFS Baseball: Saturday Picks

Christopher Olson surveys Saturday's slate and targets Adam Duvall, who seems tailor-made to exploit the holes in Ivan Nova's game.

DraftKings MLB: Friday Picks

Yankees starter Michael Pineda has allowed at least five runs in three of his last five starts, giving Sasha Yodashkin every reason to use Indians lefties Jason Kipnis and Francisco Lindor.

DraftKings MLB: Wednesday Picks

The Yankees have one of the worst wOBAs against left-handed pitching this season, and that was before they traded away Carlos Beltran, setting up nicely for Steven Matz on Wednesday.

MLB Barometer: Rougned Rising in Texas

Vlad Sedler's look around the majors includes Texas' Rougned Odor, who is quickly developing into a star. And at 22, he still has plenty of room for growth.

Collette Calls: Orioles' Softball Offense

Jason Collette shares what's grabbed his attention recently, including Adam Jones' impressive production atop the Baltimore lineup despite a woeful OBP.

MLB Barometer: Assessing the Fantasy Outfield Pool

Vlad Sedler looks at the first-half winners and losers in the outfield, including Boston's Mookie Betts, who is on pace for more home runs than steals this season.

DVR's Top 350: June Update

Gregory Polanco is among the biggest risers on the update Top 350 rankings, with 50-plus games in the books for each club.

The Z Files: Updated Top 20 Hitters

Todd Zola revises his rest-of-season projections based on changing contact rates and run-scoring environments, resulting in a big drop for his preseason top pick, Paul Goldschmidt.

Regan's Rumblings: Revised Top 100 Fantasy Players

Stricken by writer's block, Dave Regan instead shifts his rumblings this week toward an updated rankings list of his Top 100 MLB fantasy players.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine highlights the NL's free agent options for the week, and notes that there could be a new closer in Cincinnati.

DVR's Top 350: May Update

This time last year, Michael Conforto was in the Mets' minor league system. Where does he check in on the May update of the Top 350?

DFS Baseball 101: April Team Batting Stats Report

Michaell Rathburn breaks down the stats from the season's first month. Who's hitting, who's not and which teams are playing best home and away? That and more.

DraftKings MLB: Sunday Picks

Danny Salazar's price is far from cheap but Juan Carlos Blanco explains why he's still worth the price Sunday against the Phillies.

The Saber's Edge: Assessing Skills Growth, and Decline

Jeff Zimmerman analyzes hitters who have seen a skills growth or a skills decline this season and what it means for fantasy owners. Is time to give up on Justin Upton?

Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Perkins Placed on DL

When a player’s injury description is vague, like with Minnesota closer Glen Perkins, Jeff Stotts suggests paying close attention to the wording to gain insightful clues.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine details the best free agent targets in the National League, and looks for value in an unsettled Braves outfield

FanDuel MLB: Friday Value Plays

Francisco Cervelli hit right-handed pitching very well last season and gets a nice matchup Friday in Cincinnati.

The Saber's Edge: Analyzing the Coors Effect

Jeff Zimmerman looks at the park effects of Coors Field and whether the adage to start all hitters and bench all pitchers in Colorado actually makes sense.

Short Hops: The Dividing Line

Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon is among the players that former professional scout Bernie Pleskoff and senior editor Derek VanRiper disagree about heading into 2016.

MLB Barometer: Keep an Eye on Edwin

Vlad Sedler has his eye on Edwin Encarnacion, who could end up a steal of the draft if his ADP keeps falling, provided he gets healthy, of course.

Collette Calls: NL Predictions

Jason Collette looks into his crystal ball for each team in the National League. Will Yasiel Puig rebound with a new manager in Los Angeles or is he doomed to disappoint?

The Z Files: Making the Sausage Part One, Hitter Projections

Todd Zola gets into the weeds on projecting hitter performance, and finds a lot of volatility in Carlos Correa's range of plausible outcomes for 2016

NFBC Trends: Speed Kills

Greg Ambrosius talks about the incredible drop in stolen bases and the vanishing group of 20-20 players in baseball. Could George Springer join that class this year?

Team Previews: NL West

RotoWire's Erik Siegrist takes a spin around the NL West with a team preview for each of the five clubs.

The RotoWire 200: 2016 Overall Rankings

Is Carlos Correa a top-10 pick in 2016? RotoWire Senior Editor Jeff Erickson shares his January installment of the RotoWire 200.

Collette Calls: Examining Skill Growth

Jason Collette examines a number of key stats to discuss which players could be headed for a breakout in 2016, including the Royals' Lorenzo Cain, who is making more hard contact and hitting more fly balls.