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Fantasy Articles Featuring Craig Kimbrel

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Craig Kimbrel's name.

Charging the Mound: Liss and Erickson Talk Baseball

What starting pitchers can we trust no matter what happened in their last outing?

Mound Musings: Swing and a Miss

Brad "Bogfella" Johnson talks about why strikeout potential is an important part in evaluating fantasy relevance of starting pitchers

Thursday Lineup Card: Russell the Muscle

Wednesday Lineup Card: Prepare for the Summer of George

He may not be in the majors quite yet, but Astros prospect George Springer's continued dominance at Triple-A could mean a promotion may soon be looming.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Cleaning Up With Mesoraco

The Long Game: The Closer Carousel

Aroldis Chapman is one of many closers already down. Erik Siegrist offers some alternatives to investing full price on current closers.

Charging the Mound: Liss and Erickson Talk Baseball

Whose value has changed in the season's first week?

RotoWire Roundtable: Late March Update

Aroldis Chapman has obviously fallen in our composite rankings. Who else saw major movement?

Behind the Numbers: Players Who are Hard to Value

No one questions Yasiel Puig's talent, but his fantasy value is hotly debated. Where should he go in drafts this spring?

RotoWire Roundtable: Early March Top 350

The RotoWire rankings crew takes their first crack at their Consolidated Top 350 MLB Rankings. Allen Craig is among those with the widest disparity in his ranking.

Painting the Black: Five Setup Men To Watch

Jensen Lewis suggests that more has changed with Carlos Marmol than his location.

Mound Musings: NL East Spotlight

If durability concerns provide a slight discount for Stephen Strasburg this year, it's time to pounce.

Short Hops Podcast: Ubaldo Finds a Home

After turning things around in Cleveland last season, Ubaldo Jimenez has landed with the Orioles. DVR & Bernie weigh in on the move in the latest episode of Short Hops.

Collette Calls: LABR of Love

In this week's edition of Collette Calls, Jason looks at some of the surprises from the LABR mixed league draft, including the slide of Astros outfielder George Springer.

2014 Braves Team Preview: Live By The Sword

The Braves ran away with the NL East crown in 2013, but a free-swinging offense led to an early exit in the postseason. Can the same power-hitting mentality take them back to the playoffs again in 2014?

2014 Dodgers Team Preview: Locked And Loaded

After a disappointing loss to St. Louis in last year's NLCS, the Dodgers look to get over the hump and reach the World Series for the first time in 26 years. Cuban defector Alex Guerrero is the big wild card.

NFBC Trends: Hating the Closers

Greg Ambrosius hates closers and the lack of stability at the position, and thus really is disappointed that Mariano Rivera has retired.

House of Shlain: Mock Review: Drop Anchor!

With Jose Fernandez and Chris Sale anchoring his pitching staff, Nick Shalin focused on offense until the late stages of a recent 15-team mock. Is it a viable strategy?

Mound Musings: Getting a Hold on the 2014 Season

If Kevin Gausman doesn't make the O's rotation this spring, he could end up a decent sources of holds for fantasy owners.

Baseball Draft Kit: Endgame Odyssey

Unstable closer situations can create excellent buying opportunities. Brad

MLB Draft Kit: Tackling the NFBC Main Event

RotoWire's Scott Jenstad finished third overall in the NFBC Main Event last year and has had many cashes overall. One tip is that Mike Trout is the exception and not the rule to rookie production.

NFBC Trends: FSTA Draft Reactions

The NFBC's Greg Ambrosius took Billy Hamilton in the sixth round of the FSTA Experts draft last week.

The RotoWire 200: Our First Bite of the Apple

According to our projections, Clayton Kershaw will be the third most valuable fantasy player in 2014. Are you willing to pull the trigger on him early on if you have that choice?

Collette Calls: Closing Time

Jason Collette looks around the league at each team's closing situation, including the added depth behind Koji Uehara in Boston.

Collette Calls: Hey, Mr. Wilson!

A thin market of relievers should leave Brian Wilson with an opportunity to close somewhere in 2014. Is it a good idea? Jason Collette takes a closer look.

MLB Barometer: Looking Ahead to 2014

Howard Bender's final Barometer of the 2013 season takes a look at a handful of players whose stock rose or fell for 2014, including the Mariners' Hisashi Iwakuma, who finished the season in style.

Rounding Third: Playoff Rankings

Jeff Erickson is favoring the Cardinals in his playoff ranks, meaning that Adam Wainwright is a fantastic target in your playoff pools.

Behind the Numbers: Wrapping Up the 2013 Season

Michael Wacha was one of a number of pitching prospects to grab headlines in 2013. Can we expect more in 2014?

Mound Musings: Looking Back, and Looking Ahead, Part II

Jarred Cosart has plenty of upside, but fantasy owners, and the Astros too, must remember to have ample patience.

Mound Musings: Playing for Keeps

Back from his recent injury trouble, Matt Moore is an easy keeper for next year, provided he's at a reasonable price.