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Fantasy Articles Featuring Masahiro Tanaka

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Masahiro Tanaka's name.

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.

Saturday Lineup Card: Could Do Well With Welington

Chris Benzine discusses why Welington Castillo could be worth a look if you're in need of a catcher, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

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.

Sunday Lineup Card: Undervalued Utility

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

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.

DraftKings MLB: Weekend Value Plays

Rotowire's Jerry Donabedian Still Loves Cleveland's K-Inducing Rotation

FanDuel MLB: Monday Value Plays

Kevin Payne is looking for another strong performance from a resurgent Big Papi on Monday night

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.

Hitter Value Meter: 30 Playing Seven

With all 30 clubs playing seven games this week, RotoWire's Erik Siegrist breaks down which teams have the best hitting matchups.

Pitching Value Meter: Hero in the Bronx

Paul Sporer's weekly value meter showcases a surging Masahiro Tanaka, who is starting to look like the dominant pitcher from early last season.

Tuesday Lineup Card: The Future Is Now

On a day when the Astros loaded up on highly rated prospects in the draft, they debuted 2012 No. 1 pick Carlos Correa with the big team.

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.

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

Diamond Cuts: Back on the DL

Stephen Strasburg is scheduled to visit with a specialist this week to help determine the cause of his neck issue, which has forced him back on the 15-day disabled list.

Monday Lineup Card: Preston Tucker Must Hit Third

RotoWire's Ryan Rufe is impressed by Astros rookie Preston Tucker, who should be owned in more fantasy leagues.

Pitching Value Meter: Mad Max

Paul Sporer's weekly look at starting pitching finds Max Scherzer dominating in the nation's capital more than even the most aggressive projections predicted.

Saturday Lineup Card: May Be Time for Maybin

Cameron Maybin's hot streak at the plate makes him an option in many leagues, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Friday Lineup Card: Red Sox Pitcher Has Impressive Debut

Monday Lineup Card: Go Ham for Hamilton?

The 2010 AL MVP is Monday's Recommended Pickup upon his impending return to the Texas Rangers.

Collette Calls: Breaking Down Matt Shoemaker

Jason Collette digs inside the numbers on Matt Shoemaker this week to figure out why he is struggling and if he can turn it around.

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.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Levying Shoemaker

Monday Lineup Card: Counting Down to Correa

Ryan Rufe discusses why Carlos Correa is worth a pick up right now in Monday's Lineup Card.

Sunday Lineup Card: Crawford Packs Giant Punch

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

Saturday Lineup Card: Time To Be Franco

Chris Benzine discusses why Maikel Franco may say everyday at-bats at third base, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Thursday Lineup Card: Like Father Like Son?

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