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Fantasy Articles Featuring Stephen Strasburg

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Stephen Strasburg's name.

Mound Musings: Know When to Hold ‘Em

Brad Johnson is expecting big second-half performances from some slow-starting pitchers.

The Saber's Edge: Sinking Feeling

Jeff Zimmerman on the pitchers with the most effective sinking fastballs.

Sunday Lineup Card: An Unlikely Embarrassment Of Riches

The Mets now feature a rotation that is younger – and arguably more dynamic – than just about any in baseball.

Hitter Value Meter: Heating Up in the Desert

With Coors Field silent this week, Erik Siegrist has a new team atop the hitter rankings in the Diamondbacks.

Pitching Value Meter: Maximum Output

Paul Sporer has moved Max Scherzer ahead of Clayton Kershaw as his top pitcher in baseball, and the Nationals' ace takes his rightful spot atop the weekly rankings.

Mound Musings: Know When to Fold ‘Em

Brad Johnson is losing faith in some of this year's most surprising pitchers.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Ray of Hope?

Robbie Ray is 2-2 with a 1.78 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 23:9 K:BB over 30.1 innings through five starts for Arizona.

Fantasy 101: Evaluating Starting Pitchers on FanDuel

Michael Rathburn explains how he picks starting pitchers on FanDuel and breaks down the stats to show which ones have provided the most value this season.

Monday Lineup Card: Red Byrd Return

Monday's Recommended Pickup is a 37-year-old outfielder who returned from a broken wrist much earlier than expected.

FAAB Factor - NL: May the Schwarb be with You

Kyle Schwarber is the next in the line of Cubs prospects, but is he worth picking up right now? All that and more from RotoWire's Jan Levine in this week's NL FAAB Factor.

Sunday Lineup Card: Undervalued Utility

Often overlooked, the handy fix-it man offers no-frills production at bargain prices.

Hitter Value Meter: Tigers Burning Bright

Erik Siegrist's weekly look at the best hitting matchups finds the Tigers in an enviable position as they'll miss two of the best pitchers in their division this week.

Pitching Value Meter: Back on his Throne

Paul Sporer ranks this week's starters and is relieved that Felix Hernandez rebounded after a couple of non-King like starts.

Saturday Lineup Card: Schwarber Can Stick

Chris Benzine discusses why Kyle Schwarber could stick around with the Cubs, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Thursday Lineup Card: Betances Continues To Roll

With Andrew Miller still sidelined to injury, Dellin Betances continues to fill in admirably.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Sweet, Sweet Odor

After posting an OPS over 1.000 following his demotion to Triple-A, Rougned Odor picked up three hits in his return to the big leagues Monday.

Diamond Cuts: When Minor Leads to Serious

The Royals do not expect ace Yordano Ventura to miss his next start with his latest injury, but RotoWire's Jeff Stotts warns the issue could be a precursor to something more serious.

Monday Lineup Card: Man in the Bux

Byron Buxton made his MLB debut Sunday, going 0-for-4 with two strikeouts in the Twins' 4-3 win over the Rangers.

Saturday Lineup Card: Getting To Know Eugenio

Chris Benzine discusses what Zack Cozart's injury means for the recently recalled Eugenio Suarez, and why you should consider him for your league.

The Lineup Card: Mile High Platoon

Diamond Cuts: Legal Steroids

Edwin Encarnacion returned from his hamstring injury and promptly picked up an issue with his shoulder. Jeff Stotts explains what Encarnacion's recovery plan could look like.

Monday Lineup Card: New Closer in the Emerald City?

The Houston Astros called up top prospect Carlos Correa on Sunday, but an AL West reliever deserves your attention as well.

FAAB Factor - NL: Picking up the Chase

Chase Utley's bat is waking up a little, making him a nice option in mixed leagues. All that and more from RotoWire's Jan Levine in this week's NL FAAB Factor.

Sunday Lineup Card: Unexpected Development

Healthy and in his prime, Cameron Maybin enjoys a fountain of youth.

Pitching Value Meter: Wind in his Sale

Paul Sporer's weekly value meter highlights a surging Chris Sale who has dominated batters in the last five starts.

Hitter Value Meter: Shiny and Chrome

Erik Siegrist debuts the RotoWire Hitter Value Meter this week, which lays out the teams and hitters facing friendly schedules, not so friendly ones, for the upcoming scoring period.

Friday Lineup Card: The Butler Did It!

As Joey Butler continues to gain consistency with his at-bats, he proves that a 29-year old rookie can have value.

Mound Musings: Ramblin' Man

Brad Johnson's latest pitching news, notes, and optimistic thoughts about Stephen Strasburg.

Thursday Lineup Card: McCullers May Stick

Due to some Astros pitching injuries, the 21-year old McCullers received the call to start on May 18 against the Athletics.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Foltynewicz Getting Under Control