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Fantasy Articles Featuring Chase d'Arnaud

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Saturday Lineup Card: Tex Message Received

FAAB Factor - NL: Closing Opportunities

A few NL teams have had some instability with their closers in the last week. Jan Levine gives you a few ideas on how to profit.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Andrelton is Back

Saturday Lineup Card: Don't Sleep on Los Del V

Wednesday Lineup Card: Kelly Rollin'

In Some Depth: It's No Longer Early

Ike Davis had a slow start the year, and it might not be long before he starts losing playing time.

Collette Calls: Reviewing Top 100 Prospects

Jesus Montero was one of 11 catchers to grace the Top 100 list in 2011.

FAAB Factor-NL: LoMo in N.O. NoMo

Logan Morrison has returned from a brief punitive demotion to New Orleans.

The Lineup Card: Mini-Ellsbury

Peter Bourjos is doing his best bargain bin impersonation of Jacoby Ellsbury lately.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Byrd Watching

FAAB Factor - NL: Trades Open Opportunities

The Lineup Card: Nathan Cementing Closer Role

Joe Nathan continues to lock down the closer's job.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Aces in Many Places

Wednesday Lineup Card: Who Says Size Matters?

In Some Depth: Crazy Eddie's Electronics Version

Chipper Jones' return in a week or two will set off a chain of events on the Braves' depth chart.

FAAB Factor - NL: Who's Providing the Relief?

FAAB Factor - NL: Cozart Debuts

Zach Cozart got the call for the Reds this week - what should you bid on him?

In Some Depth: 10 Situations in Flux

Travis Snider is getting another shot with the Blue Jays.

Minor League Barometer: M's Franklin Promoted to Double-A

In Some Depth: Pressing Issues

Jose Tabata's injury has opened up some playing time for others in the outfield, such as Alex Presley.

FAAB Factor - NL: Return of Zito

Jonathan Sanchez's injury has opened up a rotation spot -- at least temporarily -- for Barry Zito.

Saturday Lineup Card: Time to Get a New Car-rasco

Friday Lineup Card: Not Happy With Feliz

Collette Calls: Harper Still No. 1

In the latest top 100, Bryce Harper remains the No. 1 prospect in baseball but there are plenty of movers since May.

FAAB Factor - NL: Two Brewers Starters Worth a Bid