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Fantasy Articles Featuring Starling Marte

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Starling Marte's name.

MLB Barometer: DFS Lessons Learned

Vlad Sedler shares what he's learned from successful DFS players and looks around the league for those heating up, like Colorado's Charlie Blackmon, and those cooling off.

MLB Barometer: Fantasy Trade Deadline Targets

Erik Siegrist looks at under-the-radar targets to help you in specific categories as your league's trade deadline approaches and is also amazed at the way Justin Verlander has turned back the clock.

MLB Barometer: Rougned Rising in Texas

Vlad Sedler's look around the majors includes Texas' Rougned Odor, who is quickly developing into a star. And at 22, he still has plenty of room for growth.

FanDuel MLB: Saturday Value Plays

Sasha Yodashkin suggests loading up on right-handed Red Sox against Hector Santiago on Saturday, including Hanley Ramirez.

Yahoo DFS Baseball: Saturday Picks

Christopher Olson picks the Saturday Yahoo baseball slate and finds a good value at catcher with Kansas City's Salvador Perez in an excellent matchup.

MLB Barometer: Navigating the Trade Deadline

Vlad Sedler discusses how to handle the trade deadline and still keep some FAAB money for the stretch run. That and more in this week's look at who's up and who's down in baseball.

Collette Calls: Orioles' Softball Offense

Jason Collette shares what's grabbed his attention recently, including Adam Jones' impressive production atop the Baltimore lineup despite a woeful OBP.

MLB Barometer: Assessing the Fantasy Outfield Pool

Vlad Sedler looks at the first-half winners and losers in the outfield, including Boston's Mookie Betts, who is on pace for more home runs than steals this season.

FanDuel MLB: Tuesday Value Plays

Juan Carlos Blanco finds plenty of bargains on Tuesday's slate and recommends finding a spot for the surging Anthony Rendon, who's punished Matt Harvey in his career,

The Saber's Edge: What the Last 30 Days Tells Us

Jeff Zimmerman looks at the last 30 days of stats to find players who are flying under the radar, like the Angels' Matt Shoemaker, and others who might be due for regression.

Minor League Barometer: Farming in Pittsburgh

Jesse Siegel tunes us into what's happening with some of the minors' most interesting prospects this week, including a couple Bucs -- like Tyler Glasnow and Austin Meadows -- that could get a shot in the bigs soon.

FanDuel MLB: Wednesday Value Plays

Alex Spalding recommends a few possible stacks against vulnerable pitchers working in hitter's parks Wednesday, including a trio of Cardinals headlined by Matt Holliday facing the volatile Alfredo Simon.

DraftKings MLB: Sunday Picks

Jose Abreu is a solid low-cost option for Sunday's slate, which features a plethora of possibilities given the large number of games, likely keeping his ownership level low.

DFS Baseball 101: Park Factors

RotoWire's Juan Blanco explains how to use park factor when doing daily fantasy baseball research, which can help make hitting and pitching decisions a bit easier.

Regan's Rumblings: Some Metrics Advise Caution

Dave Regan gets his rumbles on this week about xFIP and BABIP, and advises which players could be due for a regression based on the trend of these advanced metrics.

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.

DraftKings MLB: Wednesday Picks

RotoWire's Chris Olson likes the Rockies against Reds starter John Lamb in the main slate, including third baseman Nolan Arenado.

The Z Files: Updated Top 20 Hitters

Todd Zola revises his rest-of-season projections based on changing contact rates and run-scoring environments, resulting in a big drop for his preseason top pick, Paul Goldschmidt.

MLB Barometer: Decisions, Decisions

After a painful Jose Berrios outing, Vlad Sedler reminds us to trust our instincts when it comes to setting lineups.

Regan's Rumblings: Revised Top 100 Fantasy Players

Stricken by writer's block, Dave Regan instead shifts his rumblings this week toward an updated rankings list of his Top 100 MLB fantasy players.

Farm Futures: Scouting From the Seats in South Bend

James Anderson takes in some more Midwest League action, and has some questions about the Cubs' highly-touted Low-A outfield trio of Eddy Martinez, Eloy Jimenez and Donnie Dewees.

The Long Game: Who Stole the Steals Revisited

Erik Siegrist explores the disappearance of stolen bases in today's game and what it means for fantasy owners.

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 Saber's Edge: Assessing Skills Growth, and Decline

Jeff Zimmerman analyzes hitters who have seen a skills growth or a skills decline this season and what it means for fantasy owners. Is time to give up on Justin Upton?

DraftKings MLB: Sunday Picks

Mike Moustakas has had some big games recently and Juan Carlos Blanco explains why DFS players should stay with him Sunday against the Orioles.

Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Perkins Placed on DL

When a player’s injury description is vague, like with Minnesota closer Glen Perkins, Jeff Stotts suggests paying close attention to the wording to gain insightful clues.

Collette Calls: Breaking Down Shane Greene

Jason Collette looks at the comeback story that Shane Green appears to be writing this year after he was garbage on the mound last season.

Minor League Barometer: Meadows Goes to Pasture

Jesse Siegel spotlights Pittsburgh prospect Austin Meadows, who chances of making it to the big leagues this season took a severe hit after he was injured in spring training.

The Z Files: Making the Sausage Part One, Hitter Projections

Todd Zola gets into the weeds on projecting hitter performance, and finds a lot of volatility in Carlos Correa's range of plausible outcomes for 2016

NFBC Trends: Speed Kills

Greg Ambrosius talks about the incredible drop in stolen bases and the vanishing group of 20-20 players in baseball. Could George Springer join that class this year?