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NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine takes a look at the National League free agent pool this week and who might provide some value to your fantasy squad in the last six weeks of the season.

Mound Musings: Let's Talk Bullpens

In this week’s article, Brad Johnson tackles one of his most frequently asked questions, which has to do which teams’ closing situations are in flux including the Cardinals and Trevor Rosenthal.

Regan's Rumblings: 30 Teams, 30 “Interesting” Guys

Dave Regan rumbles about 30 different players -- one per team -- with an eye toward planning for the 2017 fantasy season.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine takes a look at the National League free agent pool this week and who might be of service to your squad between now and October.

The Saber's Edge: Closer Roulette at the Deadline

Jeff Zimmerman analyzes the closer situations throughout the league and how the trade deadline could impact who closes this year and in 2017 for each team. Is Dellin Betances the future in New York?

Mound Musings: Quantum Leap

Brad Johnson time travels to mid 2018 to study National League pitchers who he believes will be the top performers of that season. Topping this futuristic list is New York Met Noah Syndergaard.

Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Uphill Battle for Harvey

Pitcher Matt Harvey will have season-ending surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome, and Jeff Stotts explains that though Harvey’s injury is in a favorable spot, he'll face major challenges upon his return in the spring.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Fresh off the All-Star break, Jan Levine gets into his National League waiver options for this week, which includes several big-name players -- like Dee Gordon and A.J. Pollock -- returning from lengthy absences sooner rather than later.

Mound Musings: Turnaround Time

As the second half of the season gets underway, Brad Johnson focuses this week on pitchers he predicts will have a productive second half, like Cardinal Adam Wainwright.

Regan's Rumblings: Thoughts and Predictions

Dave Regan randomly rumbles about some scenarios on his mind heading into the second half of the season, including the Braves potentially trading their closer and setup man.

Mound Musings: Will This Streak Last?

In this week’s edition, Brad Johnson is analyzing pitchers who have solid numbers close to the halfway point of the season, but may not have the stuff to make it last for the rest of the season, including Cub Jon Lester.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine explores the National League free agent pool this week, including a handful of starting pitchers from the Braves and Dodgers.

DVR's Top 350: June Update

Gregory Polanco is among the biggest risers on the update Top 350 rankings, with 50-plus games in the books for each club.

The Saber's Edge: Digging for Future Saves Now

Jeff Zimmerman looks at every team's closer situation and who might benefit from deadline deals. Can Sean Doolittle get his job back in Oakland?

The Wheelhouse: Re-Rank Fallout: Closers

Cubs closer Hector Rondon is moving up the overall ranks. Should he be considered a top-10 closer? Derek VanRiper takes a closer look.

DVR's Top 350: May Update

This time last year, Michael Conforto was in the Mets' minor league system. Where does he check in on the May update of the Top 350?

The Wheelhouse: The Pursuit of Saves

Chasing saves on the waiver wire can be costly, but is it necessary? Derek VanRiper takes a look back at 2015 to see where the saves came from as roles changed during the season.

Mound Musings: Checking the NL Bullpens

Last week, Brad Johnson gave us an in-depth look at AL closer situations, now the NL gets its turn, including the Diamondbacks' Daniel Hudson.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine looks at the roster fallout after the first week of play in the National League and the options available to the Cubs to replace the injured Kyle Schwarber.

The Saber's Edge: What to Watch in the Early Going

Yes, it's early, but Jeff Zimmerman has his eye on some specific stats and themes that can pay dividends. Find out why he's so interested in Billy Hamilton's groundball rate.

Mound Musings: Checking in on AL Bullpens

This week, Brad Johnson takes an in-depth look at American League closers to keep an eye on, including A’s Sean Doolittle.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine looks over the winners of spring job battles for roster-worthy buys, and sees a lot of moving parts in Arizona due to A.J. Pollock's latest injury

Regan's Rumblings: Getting a Jump on Free Agents

David Regan looks at players who likely went undrafted this spring and could help fantasy owners as waiver-wire pickups in Week 1, like Arizona's Jake Lamb.

Spring Training Job Battles: Countdown to Opening Day

Clay Link checks in on all the major positional battles from around Major League Baseball. Is Aaron Sanchez a lock to make the rotation?

Regan's Rumblings: 12 Intriguing Late-Round Fliers

David Regan finds players with good upside who likely will be available late in most drafts, like Tampa Bay pitcher Erasmo Ramirez.

Mound Musings: Arms to Watch in the NL East

If Brad Johnson can have only on Mets starter, would it be Noah Syndergaard or one of his brethren fireballers? Who else is on his list of arms to watch?

Spring Training Job Battles: And We're Off

Clay Link previews all the major job battles from around the league. Can Drew Hutchison make amends for last year and earn a spot in the starting rotation?

Team Previews: NL East

Can Yoenis Cespedes power the Mets to another division crown? RotoWire's Erik Siegrist tackles all five teams in the NL East.

Collette Calls: NL Closers in Waiting

We all know about Jeurys Familia, but Jason Collette tells fantasy owners who they should also be focused on in the Mets' bullpen, and on every NL team.

Collette Calls: National League Closers

A few recent trades have left the National League with significantly fewer upper-tier closers, and Jason Collette wades through the best of the rest.