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Fantasy Articles Featuring Michael Taylor

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Michael Taylor's name.

Mound Musings: Looking into the Future

Noah Syndergaard is one of many prospects who impressed at the Futures Game, but as a closer?

Minor League Barometer: Biddle Takes a Break

It's not easy being a top prospect. Jesse Biddle is sidelined with what the Phillies describe as a

Minor League Barometer: The Astros' Next Shooting Star

Domingo Santana was overshadowed the last couple seasons by George Springer and Jonathan Singleton, but he could be the next line for a callup to the Astros.

Sunday Lineup Card: Chicks Dig Chris Carter

Minor League Barometer: A Poor Man's Springer

Michael Taylor has been on a power surge to begin the 2014 campaign, but he also leads the Eastern League in strikeouts. Is he a poor man's George Springer?

Monday Lineup Card: Sizemore Really Does Matter

FAAB Factor - AL: September Speculation

Andrew Martinez surveys who we might see get the call when rosters expand in September. The O's Kevin Gausman makes the list, but what role will he have?

House of Shlain: Organizational Top-10 Lists: NL

Max Fried tops an impressive organizational prospect list in San Diego in Nick Shlain's latest look at the top-10 prospects for each National League Club.

Bernie On The Scene: What Should They Do - AL?

With Francisco Lindor moving up the ladder, should the Indians trade Asdrubal Cabrera to address their other organizational needs? RotoWire's Man on the Scene Bernie Pleskoff takes a look around the American League.

Transaction Analysis: Grand Return

Curtis Granderson is back, finally, for the Yankees and ready to do damage for fantasy owners.

Thursday Lineup Card: More From Moreland

Rounding Third: Week 7 Primer

Edwin Encarnacion and the Blue Jays have just five games this week, one of three teams to be shorted. Check out the schedule nuances and the FAAB results in this week's Primer.

Transaction Analysis: Failed Phillie

In a week of big names landing on the disabled list, Roy Halladay stole the headlines with the news that he needs shoulder surgery.

Rounding Third: Week 6 Primer

No, Lance Berkman would not care to revisit his opinion on Wrigley Field, nor does he wish to discuss his role as a pinch-hitter for the next three days. See who else has interleague games this week.

FAAB Factor - AL: Say No To Ricky Ro

Ricky Romero is back with the big club thanks to Josh Johnson going on the DL. But is he up to stay? Andrew Martinez is dubious of Romero's chances.

Sunday's Lineup Card: Papa Grande's Here To Stay

Wednesday Lineup Card: Closing Time For Valverde?

FAAB Factor - AL: More Injuries Creating Opportunities

Gordon Beckham will be out through May - Andrew Martinez discusses who will fill in his wake.

MLB Barometer: Opportunities Abound in Toronto

Jose Reyes' awkward slide has created a handful of changes for the Blue Jays. Howard Bender details those changes and more in this week's Barometer.

Sunday Lineup Card: Santana Pitching Like Royalty

Triple-A Snapshot: Red-Hot Rainier

Nate Rowan takes a look around the International League and Pacific Coast League after the first week of minor league action.

Bernie On The Scene: Random AL Thoughts

RotoWire's Bernie Pleskoff sees Seattle's Mike Zunino as a star in the making.

Bernie On The Scene: Random NL Thoughts

After trading away Jose Reyes this offseason, the Marlins loaded up with young talent capable of making an impact in the near future.

Monday Lineup Card: Cubs Look To Future

Saturday Lineup Card: Unheralded Prospect Gets Call to A's

Bernie On The Scene: Grading the Outfielders

Although he's on the DL, Jose Bautista is an increasingly rare commodity as an elite power bat in Toronto.

In Some Depth: Nearing the Deadline

Minor League Barometer: Prospects Proving their Worth

Bernie On The Scene: Curtains for Manny?

Los Angeles is likely to be remembered as the last productive home for Manny Ramirez, who requested his release from the A's after struggling at Triple-A.

Bernie On The Scene: Draft Impact, Part VI

The Rangers turned Justin Smoak into Cliff Lee, and may have avoided being first-hand witnesses to a first-round bust in the process.