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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.

Friday Lineup Card: Drew For You!

As the season nears an end, Drew Smyly may offer you some much needed starting pitching help...

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.

Saturday Lineup Card: A Case For Hellickson

Clay Link looks at all of the day's injury news, some closer situations from around the league and explains why you should consider the Rays' Jeremy Hellickson.

Monday Lineup Card: Rocky Mountain Return

Michael Cuddyer returned to the Rockies' lineup Sunday after hitting .611 with six doubles, nine RBI and seven runs scored over eight rehab games in the minors.

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.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Pining For Pineda

Michael Pineda, out since late April due to a suspension and then a back injury, is finally set to make his return to the mound Wednesday.

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.

Friday Lineup Card: Rockies Not Giving Hawkins Save Opportunities

As league trade deadlines approach, it's always smart to reassess your roster with only a third of the season remaining...

Sunday Lineup Card: A Vogt Of Confidence

Heavily-used utility player continues pace at the plate

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.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Petricka, Putnam Battle for Closing Duties

Pitching Value Meter: Smooth Saling

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

Pitching Value Meter: Second-Half Kickoff

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

Friday Lineup Card: Rookie Pitcher deGrom Groovin' Along

The Mets continue to provide a surprising source of pitching help for fantasy owners...

Draftster MLB: The Return of Weekly Picks

There's plenty of offensive value this week on Draftster with struggling pitchers going up against potent lineups, but Boston's Clay Buchholz is one of the exceptions.

Saturday Lineup Card: Here To Stay

Arismendy Alcantara is not merely an NL-only option. He is here for good and worthy of consideration in nearly all formats.

MLB Barometer: Return of the Mac

Yovani Gallardo is one of 10 starting pitchers that Vlad Sedler believes will be better over the second half of the season.

Monday Lineup Card: Don Yan

Pitching Value Meter: Kershaw's Brilliance Limited this Week

Clayton Kershaw has been unreal lately, but he has only one start this week. Is that enough to knock him from the top ranking?

Tuesday Lineup Card: Place Your Betts

Pitching Value Meter: Ray of Hope

David Price has had a huge June, and that's enough to vault him to the top of this week's pitcher rankings.

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.

Pitching Value Meter: Crowning Achievement

Felix Hernandez's 2.22 ERA is not supported by his skills -- it's too high. With two starts, he's the top pitcher in the AL this week, but is he tops in baseball?

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.

MLB Barometer: The New Doc Halladay

Charlie Morton gets some appreciation from Vlad Sedler in this week's version, and he suggests that you continue to update your own projections at midseason.

Sunday Lineup Card: Chicks Dig Chris Carter

Pitching Value Meter: Red Scare

Johnny Cueto has a 1.85 ERA but is just 6-5 thanks to a Cincinnati offense that has deprived him of run support.