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Fantasy Articles Featuring Josh Harrison

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Josh Harrison's name.

MLB Barometer: A Little Patience

Vlad Sedler calls impatience the root of all fantasy strife - and Hanley Ramirez one of this year's biggest flops.

FAAB Factor - NL: Wright Back

David Wright is finally ready to return, and RotoWire's top Mets fan Jan Levine is excited. How much should you bid on the returning star? Find out in this week's NL FAAB Factor.

Hitter Value Meter: Desert Airs

Erik Siegrist breaks down the coming hitter slate that finds the Diamondbacks in prime position with a long homestand this week.

Saturday Lineup Card: Don't Sleep On Dietrich

Chris Benzine discusses Derek Dietrich's success since joining the Marlins, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

The Long Game: Remember, Remember, the First of September

Erik Siegrist identifies players, like Adam Wainwright, who might be both available in September to help in the stretch run and good keepers for 2016.

Friday Lineup Card: Surprise Help Down The Stretch

FAAB Factor - NL: Utley Returns

The Phillies will make room for Chase Utley in the lineup now that he's healthy. Should you do the same? All that and more from RotoWire's Jan Levine in this week's NL FAAB Factor.

Thursday Lineup Card: Khris Davis, Please Stand Up!

Donít be surprised if Khris Davis smacks 10-12 more home runs by seasonís end!

FAAB Factor - NL: Bourn Again in Atlanta

Michael Bourn and Nick Swisher have been traded to Atlanta, but are they worth FAABing this week? RotoWire's Jan Levine on the trade and more in this week's NL FAAB Factor.

Thursday Lineup Card: Late-Season Help Is Here

Yangervis Solarte offers late-season value down the stretch.

FAAB Factor - NL: New Closer in Philly?

With Jonathan Papelbon expected to be traded this week, this might be the last time to grab Ken Giles, writes RotoWire's Erik Siegrist in this week's NL FAAB Factor.

Wednesday Lineup Card: No Joe Schmo

FanDuel MLB: Saturday Picks

Joel Bartilotta breaks down the Saturday slate and finds some excellent values up and down the lineup, including Prince Fielder.

FAAB Factor - NL: New Closer in Atlanta

Jason Grilli is done for the season. Will Jim Johnson start pitching in the ninth in Atlanta? RotoWire's Jan Levine is back with this week's edition of the NL FAAB Factor.

Thursday Lineup Card: We Are Familia!

I bet you canít guess who is making a case as the most dominant closer in the game right now? Yep, Jeurys Familia!

Tuesday Lineup Card: Will the Real Corbin Please Stand Up?

Thursday Lineup Card: Look To Deal Clippard?

Tyler Clippard is a free agent in 2016 and if the Aís donít get back into the playoff race soon, GM Billy Beane could sell Clippard off to the highest bidder.

Fantasy 101: DFS Site Scoring Analysis

Michael Rathburn explains why a player's value on one DFS site may not be applicable on others, while also breaking down which players to target based on the format.

Bats & Balls: Will Slow Starters Bounce Back?

David Regan looks at some struggling players like Stephen Strasburg and analyzes whether they might be able to overcome their slow starts.

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.

In Some Depth: Cleveland's Shortstop Situation

Ryan Eisner thinks mega-prospect Francisco Lindor will continue to toil in the minors for the time being.

Collette Calls: April Showers

Jason Collette looks at players like Mike Zunino who struggled in April and analyzes their chances of turning April showers into May flowers.

Pirates Team Preview: Anything Is Possible

Can the Pirates reach the playoffs for the third consecutive year? RotoWire's John Toperzer discusses their offseason and how they set up in his preview.

RotoWire Roundtable: March Top 350

RotoWire's group of baseball experts is back with its latest roundtable rankings, in which Nolan Arenado, among others, takes a big jump up the list.

Bats & Balls: Spring Observations Around the League

Dave Regan looks around spring training and finds a lot to react, and overreact, to, including the exciting upside of Nolan Arenado.

Bats & Balls: Sleepers to Target

Dave Regan names sleepers at each position in his inaugural column of 2015, including Joey Votto whose only question this year is health.

Beating the Shift: Eight Late Targets

Chris Smith looks at potential value targets outside the Top 250 in Average Draft Position, including Colorado's Eddie Butler.

RotoWire Roundtable: Valentine's Edition of the Top 350

The first installment of the Roundtable Rankings are up for 2015! Check out the panel's divide on Mookie Betts, among others.

Collette Calls: Over & Undervalued

Jason Collette looks at the current ADP data to find players being consistently drafted too high, or too low. Is it time to buy on Baltimore's Chris Davis again?

Picks and Pans: Home Sweet Home

Joe Sheehan shares his annual list of players to target and avoid in drafts for 2015. With the move from Los Angeles to Boston, Hanley Ramirez may be primed for a big year.