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Monday Lineup Card: Fly Hawaiian

Jedd Gyorko returns to the Padres on Monday for his first action since hitting the DL in early June.

Tuesday Lineup Card: McCarthyism

Unlucky and underrated, Brandon McCarthy looks like a strong second-half option in a wide variety of formats.

FAAB Factor-AL: Holland Itching To Return

Out all season, Rangers starter Derek Holland is ramping up his rehab and eager to return, making now the time to snatch him up for the stretch run.

Sunday Lineup Card: Cubs Utility Man Playing Like A Bear

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.

Thursday Lineup Card: Arenado Set To Return

Nolan Arenado (finger) is set to make his long-awaited return to the Rockies on Thursday. Meanwhile, those scrambling to replace the likes of Evan Gattis (back) and Carlos Ruiz (concussion) should give some consideration to the Orioles' Caleb Joseph.

FAAB Factor - AL: Joey Sits

Who bats while Joey Bats sits? Andrew Martinez breaks down Jose Bautista's substitutes among others in this week's column.

Sunday Lineup Card: Harrison Can Do It All

Monday Lineup Card: Plouffe Positive

Friday Lineup Card: Medica To Give The Padres Oomph?

The Padres are looking to shake things up with their bats in San Diego...

Sunday Lineup Card: Hammer and Chisenhall

Rounding Third: Week 7 Primer

A.J. Burnett and the Phillies have just five games this week, as do the Rockies. Which teams have better schedules?

Saturday Lineup Card: Welcome Wilmer

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

Tuesday Lineup Card: Embracing Danny Duffy All Over Again

Pitching Value Meter: Kershaw Returns to Mound

Clayton Kershaw is scheduled to return from the disabled list this week, and he gets two starts to boot, but where does that leave him in the rankings?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Denorfia Delivers

Those in deep or NL-only leagues may want to take a look at the Padres' Chris Denorfia, who can offer a little bit of everything while he continues to receive at-bats.

Pitching Value Meter: No Ordinary Joe

Has Jose Fernandez done enough to retain his claim as the NL's best pitcher even when Clayton Kershaw returns from the disabled list?

Thursday Lineup Card: Oh, Jenrry!

Jenrry Mejia dealing as part of the Mets' rotation

MLB Barometer: Sad Panda

Pablo Sandoval is off to a slow start and is on Vlad Sedler's list of fallers in this week's Barometer.

Pitching Value Meter: Discounted Darvish Paying Off

Two starts in pitcher-friendly parks makes Yu Darvish this week's top hurler, giving owners who ignored the draft-day panic a nice profit.

Saturday Lineup Card: New Digs For Davis

Ike Davis has a new home in Pittsburgh, but is he worth an add?

Sunday Lineup Card: Hanging With Mr. Harang

Pitching Value Meter: Sonny Days in Oakland

Sonny Gray, who has a friendly start this week in Houston, is becoming a more complete pitcher this year.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Open Pandora's Brox

Jonathan Broxton is expected to be activated Tuesday and assume the Reds' closing role in the absence of Aroldis Chapman.

Pitching Value Meter: Maximum Strength

Max Scherzer hit the trifecta this week -- two starts in pitchers' parks against the National League.

Thursday Lineup Card: Safety Valve

Pitching Value Meter: Kicking Off the 2014 Season

Justin Verlander looks poised this year to reclaim his former position as the top pitcher in the AL, but does that mean he is the top pitcher in this week's season debut of the Value Meter?

Spring Training Job Battles: Final Decisions

As teams near their season openers, the final cuts are being made and job battles have been decided. Brian Pelowski takes one last look around the league as spring training comes to an end.

Burying The Phillies; Sticking With The Rays: Over/Under Win Total Bets for 2014

RotoWire President Peter Schoenke gives his annual take on MLB over/under bets. He's won 67.9 percent of his bets over 14 years.

Rounding Third: Value, Value, Value

Jeff Erickson reviews his AL Tout Wars auction, where Jose Bautista was his most expensive player.