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Fantasy Articles Featuring Chris Herrmann

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Chris Herrmann's name.

FAAB Factor - AL: Promising Start for Severino

Andrew Martinez breaks down the AL FAAB this week, including a look at the Yankees' Luis Severino, who could remain in the rotation the rest of the way.

Saturday Lineup Card: Not Parking Parker

Chris Benzine discusses why Kyle Parker's recall and subsequent use could be worth a look, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

FAAB Factor - AL: Throwing Gaus

If Kevin Gausman dominates in Norfolk again, it'll soon be too late to pick him up. All that and more from RotoWire's Andrew Martinez in this week's AL FAAB factor.

Saturday Lineup Card: Don't Dwell on Swell Odubel

Odubel Herrera has become started the season strong, and Chris Benzine discusses why he shouldn't sit on your waiver wire.

Friday Lineup Card: Snag Jake Lamb

MLB Job Battles: The Finish Line

Clay Link recaps the winners and losers from all the major job battles in spring training.

FAAB Factor - AL: Many Options To Sort Through

Koji Uehara's injury has opened the door for a couple of speculative plays in the AL this week, writes RotoWire's Andrew Martinez.

Spring Training Job Battles: And We're Off

Clay Link details all the relevant job battles from around the league prior to the start of spring ball.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Call-Up Day, Part Deux

In a seemingly endless sea of September call-ups, the Phillies' Maikel Franco rates as one of the shining stars of the group.

Saturday Lineup Card: d'Arnaud Regrets

Travis d'Arnaud has been swinging a hot bat since his recall from Triple-A, and is now occupying the fifth spot in the order for the Mets.

Wednesday Lineup Card: The Vogt is In

Josh Reddick's back-to-back disabled list trips looked like a major blow for the Athletics, but Stephen Vogt has added stability to right field, while occasionally seeing time behind the plate.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Great Britton

Zach Britton has a line on all the Orioles' saves, making him criminally underowned.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Month Of Weeks

Milwaukee's Rickie Weeks has experienced a May resurgence, lifting him back into the realm of fantasy relevance.

Saturday Lineup Card: Welcome Wilmer

The Mets called up prospect Wilmer Flores on Friday. Those looking for middle-infield production should take heed.

Friday Lineup Card: A Sweet-Smelling Odor

The Rangers bit the bullet and called up Rougned Odor on Thursday, hoping he'll outpace the production at second base provided by veteran retreads Donnie Murphy and Josh Wilson.

FAAB Factor-AL: Injuries Creating Opportunities

Koji Uehara has been unavailable to pitch the last two games - Andrew Martinez suggests possible replacement options for him and Adrian Beltre, among others.

Saturday Lineup Card: Josmil Ticket

Josmil Pinto went deep again Friday, in his second start of the season at DH.

MLB Barometer: This Is It

Manny Machado has a bright future, but he's really slowed down this September.

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?

Transaction Analysis: Broken Jaw Sidelines Heyward

Jason Heyward hopes to be ready for the playoffs after breaking his jaw this week, but that won't help fantasy owners.

FAAB Factor - AL: Back To the Future

Alex Rodriguez and Manny Ramirez feature prominently in Andrew Martinez's article this week. What year is this anyways?

Friday Lineup Card: Diamonds And Wood

FAAB Factor - AL: Looking For Some Wil-Power

This week's AL FAAB includes Andrew's weekly mention of Wil Myers, who could be up soon as the unofficial Super Two marker passes.

FAAB Factor - AL: Kansas City Shuffle

A handful of Royals prospects not named Wil Myers got the call this week. Andrew Martinez tells us what to expect from them.

Saturday Lineup Card: Buying Low(rie)

Pleskoff's AFL Notebook: 2011: The Summary

With the conclusion of the Arizona Fall League, RotoWire's Bernie Pleskoff provides profiles of the key players he saw over the past two months.