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Fantasy Articles Featuring Bryce Harper

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Bryce Harper's name.

The Saber's Edge: Stars are the Riskiest Picks

Jeff Zimmerman's analysis of playing time and risk contradicts what most fantasy owners believe -- the top players are not the safest draft picks. Which players are?

MLB Barometer: Mining the Outfield

Vlad Sedler's latest Barometer breaks down the outfield by ADP, pointing out profit potential in players like the Royals' oft-injured Lorenzo Cain.

Collette Calls: NL LABR Review

Jason Collette recaps the recent NL LABR auction and investigates where all the money was spent. Where were the values found?

The Long Game: Auction Prep and the Success Cycle

Erik Siegrist details how to manage different aspects of your keeper-league roster in this edition of The Long Game.

Top 250 Dynasty League Rankings

James Anderson offers up his overall rankings for deep dynasty leagues, and puts Corey Seager firmly in the top 10 after his breakout 2016.

The Wheelhouse: Job Battles A-Z

Derek VanRiper takes a team-by-team look around the league at important job battles as spring training games are now underway.

Collette Calls: Finding Cheap Steals

Jason Collette shows fantasy owners how to play the waiting game and find cheap steals by targeting the likes of Jose Peraza, whose newfound playing time makes him a stolen-base asset.

The Z Files: The Art and Science of Draft Strategy

Todd Zola delves into his process when it comes to draft prep and strategy, and explains why Trea Turner isn't likely to land on any of his rosters.

Collette Calls: Mixed LABR Recap

Jason Collette explains each pick that he and Paul Sporer made in Monday's Mixed LABR draft. Who did they pass up Bryce Harper for in the first round?

The Wheelhouse: Finding Steals, NL Edition

In the first of a two-part series, Derek VanRiper takes a team-by-team look at the potential sources of steals for each National League team.

2017 Rebound Candidate: Jose Bautista

Tim Heaney analyzes whether we should expect a bounce-back season from Joey Bats this year as the 36-year-old looks to overcome the health problems he endured last season.

Collette Calls: NL Bold Predictions

Jason Collette looks into his crystal ball for each team in the National League. Can the Reds' Brandon Finnegan make his changeup pay off even better for him this year?

Baseball Draft Kit: Early Draft Pool Observations

Jeff Erickson shares his early observations about the draft pool and ponders the league-wide reduction in stolen bases over the past few seasons.

2017 Rebound Candidate: Giancarlo Stanton

Tim Heaney investigates the possibility of the oft-injured Giancarlo Stanton staying healthy and providing fantasy owners with league-winning power.

2017 Rebound Candidate: Bryce Harper

Bryce Harper had a fine season but fell short of high expectations. What caused his mammoth drop in batting average? Is he still a first-round pick? Tim Heaney doesn't think these are clown questions, bro.

Collette Calls: Hot Stove Update

Jason Collette analyzes the fantasy fallout from the latest trades and signings, including the Yankees' re-acquisition of closer Aroldis Chapman.

The Z Files: Top 350 Hitting Outliers

Todd Zola compares his own rankings to the composite 2017 Top 350, and thinks that Robinson Cano's fly ball luck last year isn't being properly accounted for.

Yahoo DFS Baseball: Saturday Picks

Christopher Olson offers some strategy tips for playing short slates such as Saturday's, and thinks Daniel Murphy's likely low ownership makes him an intriguing option against Rich Hill.

The Z Files: Is It 2017 Already?

Todd Zola recaps some of the decisions he and Derek Van Riper have made as they take part in the very first draft of the 2017 season, but nabbing Mike Trout with the first overall pick was one of the easiest ones.

FanDuel MLB: Wednesday Value Plays

Alex Spalding reviews Wednesday's slate and expects a big performance from Kyle Seager, who's thrived against right-handed pitchers all season, in a nearly must-win game for the Mariners.

Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Contenders Might Have to Dump Harper

Jeff Stotts rounds up the final week of injury news as Bryce Harper owners have a difficult decision to make with the Nats' outfielder sidelined.

Yahoo DFS Baseball: Saturday Picks

Christopher Olson looks to exploit some flyball hitter versus groundball pitcher matchups Saturday and recommends finding room on your roster for Brandon Belt.

DraftKings MLB: Wednesday Picks

The Twins will have youngster Jose Berrios on the mound Wednesday, which means RotoWire's Chris Olson will have some Tigers bats in his lineup, including outfielder J.D. Martinez.

Regan's Rumblings: Can They Keep it Up in 2017?

Dave Regan rumbles this week about players that have shown the biggest improvement this season and whether they can continue that success into 2017.

The Z Files: Let Me Check My Schedule

Todd Zola dissects the remaining schedule for every major league team to find players to pick up down the stretch who could mean the difference between winning and losing your league.

Yahoo DFS Baseball: Monday Picks

Bryce Harper has been a disappointing overall this season, but Juan Carlos Blanco explains why he's worthy of fantasy consideration Monday against the Braves.

Yahoo DFS Baseball: Saturday Picks

Christopher Olson can't pass up the chance to roster a Rockies hitter at home against Braden Shipley, despite the price tag, and Charlie Blackmon's strength against the curve makes him an ideal fit.

The Z Files: Category Math

Todd Zola looks at how feasible it is to make up ground this late in the season in the hitting counting stats and why easier to find extra power than speed when players like Billy Hamilton dominate that category.

MLB Barometer: Is Betts No. 1 in 2017?

Vlad Sedler looks ahead to 2017 and how the first round of a 12-team fantasy draft might shake out. Is Mookie Betts the No. 1 overall pick?

Yahoo DFS Baseball: Thursday Picks

Juan Blanco previews the Thursday Yahoo slate with Victor Martinez part of a three-player Tigers stack against Twins starter Jose Berrios.