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Fantasy Articles Featuring Dillon Gee

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Sunday Lineup Card: Finding Affordable Relief

Davis offers creative alternative to chasing saves.

Pitching Value Meter: Fightin' Phillie

Cole Hamels has been in a groove since mid-May, and he'll look to continue it in two starts this week.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Cosart Gallery

Jarred Cosart has been pitching well in a Marlins uniform, making him a streamable option down the stretch.

Pitching Value Meter: Two Starts for Kershaw

A two-start week for Clayton Kershaw comes at the perfect time for fantasy owners, especially for those in head-to-head leagues.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Hot Carl

Carl Crawford's been playing every day and producing solid speed numbers for the Dodgers, but remains widely available.

Pitching Value Meter: No Taming this Tiger

Max Scherzer is one of the few things going right for the Tigers these days, as he's dominated in his recent starts.

Thursday Lineup Card: Rutledge Rusty, But Secure

Pitching Value Meter: Killer 'Wrighty'

Adam Wainwright not only gets two starts this week, but he gets two teams that can't hit right-handers in the Marlins and Padres.

Saturday Lineup Card: Worley of a Pickup

Pirates starter Vance Worley has picked up his game on the mound in recent weeks, making him a viable option for fantasy owners.

Monday Lineup Card: Gyorko Going Gone

Padres second baseman Jedd Gyorko has been hot since returning from the DL on July 28.

Pitching Value Meter: Gray Gets All A's

Considering the absurd run he's on, Sonny Gray might be baseball's best mid-rotation starter after he went from ace to No. 3 in the rotation thanks to trades.

Tuesday Lineup Card: The Strike-Thrower

Pitching Value Meter: Darvish Still Dealing

Yu Darvish is having a down year that most pitchers would kill for, and this week he gets two starts.

Thursday Lineup Card: Another Cuban Makes A Splash

Pitching Value Meter: Smooth Saling

As the second half gets into full swing, Chris Sale gets two teams this week that he usually dominates.

Saturday Lineup Card: d'Arnaud Regrets

Travis d'Arnaud has been swinging a hot bat since his recall from Triple-A, and is now occupying the fifth spot in the order for the Mets.

Pitching Value Meter: Second-Half Kickoff

All-Star starter Felix Hernandez is back in action as the second half kicks off this weekend.

FAAB Factor-NL: Chase Headley, Relevant Again

Chase Headley's new (old) grip on the bat has resurrected his fantasy value, making him a top pickup at third base this week.

Thursday Lineup Card: The Boxer

Wednesday Lineup Card: The Vogt is In

Josh Reddick's back-to-back disabled list trips looked like a major blow for the Athletics, but Stephen Vogt has added stability to right field, while occasionally seeing time behind the plate.

Monday Lineup Card: Don Yan

FAAB Factor-NL: Buy the Belt

Brandon Belt highlights and extensive list of NL players returning from the DL this week. Jan Levine explains the free agent ramifications of his return among others this week.

Saturday Lineup Card: Easy Street

Huston Street nailed down another save Friday, making him a perfect 23-for-23 in save opportunities this season. Could he be moved to a contender prior to the deadline?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Hahn's Solo Act in San Diego

His supporting cast may be brutal, but Padres right-hander Jesse Hahn has managed to reel off four wins and a 1.95 ERA over five starts since joining the rotation.

Monday Lineup Card: Live And Let Dayan

FAAB Factor - NL: Harper's Return Imminent

Bryce Harper had a huge game on his rehab assignment Saturday and Sergio Romo blew another save. Jan Levine addresses both this week and more in this week's column.

Friday Lineup Card: Zunino For Power

Mike Zunino is one of the hottest hitters in the game over the last week...

The Lineup Card: Co-Sign on Cosart

Jarred Cosart has shown improved control this season including a 21:7 K:BB over his last five starts (32.2 innings). As Ryan Rufe points out, he offers value in his matchup Thursday against Atlanta.

Wednesday Lineup Card: No Veneer Needed for This Wood

Gavin Floyd's return to the disabled list opens up a rotation spot for Alex Wood, who probably didn't deserve to lose his starting job in the first place.

Saturday Lineup Card: New No. 2 Hitter In Baltimore?

Steve Pearce has occupied the two-hole in each of the Orioles' last three games, making him a decent speculative target for those in deeper mixed leagues.