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Fantasy Articles Featuring Dillon Gee

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Dillon Gee's name.

Mound Musings: Why Isnít Joe the New Closer?

Brad Johnson on the ideal closer's resume, the Mets' six-man rotation and more.

FAAB Factor - NL: Not a Sorry Charlie

Clay Link runs down the potential FAAB pickups in the NL and finds a serviceable option in Charlie Morton, who returns to the Pittsburgh rotation this week.

Pitching Value Meter: Not the Bum He Used to be

Two-start Madison Bumgarner bounced back after a rocky start and is dealing lately, but where does that leave him in Paul Sporer's rankings this week?

Saturday Lineup Card: The Rise Of Rusney

Chris Benzine discusses what Rusney Castillo's recall could mean for him and the Red Sox's outfield, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Friday Lineup Card: No Cooling Colabello

Tuesday Lineup Card: Levying Shoemaker

FAAB Factor - NL: Getting Healthy

Wilin Rosario doesn't have to worry about the tools of ignorance this time around. That and more in this week's edition of the NL FAAB Factor from RotoWire's Jan Levine.

Sunday Lineup Card: Crawford Packs Giant Punch

Known primarily for his defense, the San Francisco shortstop gets offensive.

Thursday Lineup Card: Like Father Like Son?

Okay, so DeShields isnít your everyday rockstar player, but I do dig his potential overall.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Thor Leaves Avengers, Joins Mets

MLB Barometer: RIP Trading

Stepping in for Vlad Sedler, Derek VanRiper wonders if trading is dead, while pondering the market value of Noah Syndergaard and offering up the weekly supply of risers and fallers.

Monday Lineup Card: The Never-Ending Torii

He may be 39 years old, but Torii Hunter has been thriving at the plate in his return to the Twins, with whom he started his career.

FAAB Factor - NL: More Prospects coming

Noah Syndergaard is finally up, and RotoWire's Jan Levine is excited. That and more in this week's edition of the NL FAAB Factor.

120 Sports & RW Video: More Prospects Coming

Noah Syndergaard is finally in the bigs, and RotoWire's resident Mets fan Jan Levine is excited. All that and more in this week's edition of NL FAAB Factor.

Pitching Value Meter: The Golden Archer

Paul Sporer likes what he sees from Chris Archer, despite consecutive four-walk games, enough to vault him up the rankings in a two-start week.

Saturday Lineup Card: Burnsing Up The Basepaths

Chris Benzine discusses why Billy Burns could be an intriguing option in deeper leagues plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Sunday Lineup Card: Ethier Packs A Punch

Dodgers outfielder makes the ideal fill-in for injured stars.

Pitching Value Meter: It's Good to be the King

Paul Sporer's top-ranked pitcher this week is a two-start Felix Hernandez, who is so good his disappointments are envied by lesser pitchers.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Troubled Closer In Paradise

Marlins closer Steve Cishek has had an awful go of it in April, leading to speculation that A.J. Ramos could get a shot in the ninth inning.

FantasyAces MLB: Monday Picks

Paul Bruno is banking on Ryan Braun to break out of his sluggish start to the season against Reds starter Jason Marquis on Monday.

Rounding Third: Last Week's Mistake Tomorrow?

Should you start Taijuan Walker in a two-step Week 4? What schedules stand out this week?

Monday Lineup Card: Prime Target Paredes?

Baltimore's Jimmy Paredes is Monday's recommended pickup after hitting .400 with two doubles, three home runs, six RBI and a steal over the last seven days.

Pitching Value Meter: Two Starts for Kluber

Paul Sporer ranks the coming week's starting pitchers, but is two home starts enough to make Corey Kluber the AL's top-ranked hurler?

FantasyScore MLB: Wednesday Picks

RotoWire's Neil Parker highlights Joey Votto and Giancarlo Stanton as two of his high-end hitters to target on FantasyScore for Wednesday's slate of MLB contests.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Cubs Promote Another Phenom

FAAB Factor - NL: Beyond Kris Bryant

A number of players are coming back from injury soon, include Domonic Brown, writes RotoWire's Jan Levine in this week's edition of NL FAAB.

Pitching Value Meter: Harvey Invisible in Late Innings

Paul Sporer lays out the week's pitcher rankings and says the only thing holding back Matt Harvey is that he's not going deep into games.

Thursday Lineup Card: Hang Tight With Cishek

Pitching Value Meter: Slow Week for Kershaw

Paul Sporer delivers his weekly pitcher rankings and finds only one starter worthy of jumping Clayton Kershaw in a one-start week. Who is it?

Saturday Lineup Card: Closing Time For Castro

Miguel Castro appears to have taken over the closer role for the Blue Jays. That, plus more discussed in Saturday's lineup card.