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NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine advises on this week's waiver-wire pickups as catcher Francisco Cervelli is heating up for the Pirates.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine digs through the waiver wire to find the top players for NL squads this week, including Milwaukee's Junior Guerra, who is working his way back from an injury in his first start of the year.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine finds this week's waiver-wire gems, including Arizona pitcher Patrick Corbin, who is still a worthwhile risk despite a blowup last week.

Oak's Corner: Keep on Grinding

Scott Jenstad discusses the frustration that recent injuries to big names like Noah Syndergaard have caused to fantasy players, and he dives into some of the bigger news of the week.

Farm Futures: International League Roundup

James Anderson pays a visit to the International League and is encouraged by the improvements Clint Frazier has made with his plate discipline.

MLB Barometer: Judge, Jury, Executioner

Aaron Judge is off to a huge start for the Yankees, and Vlad Sedler likes his chances of clearing 30 homers in his rookie campaign. That and more in this week's Barometer.

The Wheelhouse: DFS Breakdown - 4/26

Another rainout Wednesday took one of the best starting pitching options of the board, but Derek VanRiper has a few backup plans in mind for Wednesday's slate.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine scours the waiver wire for players who can help fantasy teams this week, including St. Louis' Jedd Gyorko, who should get full-time at-bats thanks to injuries to his teammates.

Pitching 3D: Special Delivery Tyler Glasnow

Doug Thorburn takes an in-depth look at Pittsburgh starter Tyler Glasnow, who has plenty of upside but seems to be still battling his mechanics.

Regan's Rumblings: Random Thoughts

Dave Regan uses his weekly rumblings to discuss a variety of topics, including breaking down 10 pitchers -- like the D-Backs' Robbie Ray -- that could be poised for a breakout season.

FanDuel MLB: Wednesday Value Plays

Chris Bennett delivers his FanDuel selections for Wednesday, honing in on Brandon Drury of the D-Backs on the road in San Diego.

Minor League Barometer: Down on the Farm

Jesse Siegel checks in with his minor-league observations this week, focusing on some early risers and fallers poised to ascend (or descent) the ranks in 2017.

FantasyDraft MLB: Saturday Values

Xander Bogaerts got off to a slot start, but he's heating up and has a great opportunity to keep it going Saturday against the Rays.

FantasyDraft MLB: Tuesday Values

Despite a slow start to the season, Greg Vara explains why fantasy managers should have plenty of exposure to Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon on Tuesday against the Padres.

DraftKings MLB: Saturday Picks

Adam Zdroik checks out Saturday's slate and expected Rougned Odor's hot start to continue against an exploitable right-handed pitcher like the A's Kendall Graveman.

The Z Files: The Necessary Evil of Park Factors

Todd Zola analyzes park factors for all 30 clubs, and thinks pitching in Great American Ballpark might not be such a handicap for young Reds hurlers like Brandon Finnegan.

The Long Game: March Madness

Erik Siegrist recaps his draft results from RotoWire's new staff keeper league in this edition of The Long Game.

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?

Farm Futures: Anticipating Call-Up Dates

James Anderson gives a preview of potential call-up dates for top prospects like the Phillies' J.P. Crawford, as front offices balance service time considerations against developmental concerns and major league roster needs.

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.

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 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.

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.

Collette Calls: Key Moves at Key Times

Jason Collette recaps his second-half strategy that, hopefully, will lead him into the money in his fantasy leagues this year.

The Z Files: DVR, Todd, You're On the Clock

Todd Zola ponders what to do with the first pick in the very first draft of the 2017 season, and how the market will value a breakout player like Jonathan Villar.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine takes a look at the National League free agent pool this week, and who you might be able to squeeze some value out of with the season nearing a close.

The Z Files: Stealing a Category

Todd Zola looks for an edge in the stolen base category over the final weeks of the season, and recommends focusing on exploitable teams and pitchers such as Noah Syndergaard.

MLB Barometer: 2016's All-Value & All-Bust Teams

Vlad Sedler names his All-Value and All-Bust teams for 2016. Jackie Bradley Jr. was an easy pick for the former, but who else outplayed their ADPs?

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.