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NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine explores the National League free agent pool this week, including a pile of Pirates and Nationals from all across the diamond poised to make an impact.

FanDuel MLB: Sunday Value Plays

Chris Bennett looks over Sunday's slate and can't resist using the red-hot Joey Votto despite his high price tag.

DraftKings MLB: Sunday Picks

Troy Tulowitzki has picked it up at the plate recently, and he has a solid matchup Sunday against the Mariners to keep it going.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Calming the Panic

Paul Sporer isn't worried about Jake Arreita thanks to his gem against the Mets, vaulting the Chicago ace to the top of this week's rankings.

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.

DraftKings MLB: Tuesday Picks

Nelson Cruz has crushed left-handed pitching this season, and he has just that matchup Tuesday against the White Sox.

MLB Barometer: Rotation Power Rankings

Vlad Sedler ranks all 30 major league rotations at the midpoint of the season and puts Jake Arriets and the deep, consistent Cubs rotation right at the very top.

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.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Marlin the Magician

Paul Sporer's weekly pitcher rankings features Miami's Jose Fernandez in the top spot as he has dominated the last couple of months.

Pitching 3D: Evade in Trade

The end of the All-Star break is a big time for fantasy trades, and Doug Thorburn breaks down a few pitchers who fantasy owners should be trying to acquire, and others who they should ship out.

MLB Barometer: It's All Right To Be Wrong

Erik Siegrist explains why being wrong isn't always a bad thing in fantasy baseball and notes that Matt Moore might finally be fully recovered from his Tommy John surgery.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine runs down this week's free-agent options and bids, including the Cardinals Kolten Wong, who could benefit from the injury situation in St. Louis.

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.

Pitching 3D: Grading the NL Central

Doug Thorburn continues his tour of baseball's rotations with a look at the NL Central, including the impressive Jake Arrieta, whose walk rate might be a concern in the second half.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Carrasco's Hitting his Stride

Paul Sporer's weekly pitcher rankings features Indians starter Carlos Carrasco, who has taken off since returning from the disabled list in early June.

DraftKings MLB: Wednesday Picks

Lonnie Chisenhall has shown some good power this month, and he has a solid matchup Wednesday against the Braves to keep it going.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Kershaw in Pedro Territory

Paul Sporer breaks down this week's pitcher rankings and, no surprise, Clayton Kershaw is on top, but just how close is the Dodgers' ace getting to the all-time greats?

DraftKings MLB: Friday Picks

Sasha Yodashkin can't resist investing heavily in some Coors Field action Friday and recommends anchoring your lineup with Arizona slugger Paul Goldschmidt.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine surveys the free agent landscape in the NL and is impressed with the way Kolten Wong handled his brief demotion and possible switch to a new position.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Sonny Again in Oakland

Paul Sporer's weekly pitcher rankings features Oakland starter Sonny Gray, whose velocity has returned since he came off the disabled list three starts ago.

Farm Futures: Top 200 Update

James Anderson updates his top 200 prospect list with the cream of this year's draft crop, but also installs a new name in the number one spot.

MLB Barometer: Nightmare Mess for Stanton Owners

Erik Siegrist ponders what to possibly do with Giancarlo Stanton, who's in an almost unprecedented slump, in this week's look at the risers and fallers around the majors.

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.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Erik Siegrist checks out the available National League free agents while everyone waits for Super-2 callups and finds a strong group of veterans coming off the DL, including Diamondbacks outfielder David Peralta.

Weekly Hitter Rankings: O Canada

Erik Siegrist breaks down his hitting rankings for the week, dominated by the Blue Jays' and a top five that consists entirely of American League squads.

DraftKings MLB: Wednesday Picks

Jason Kipnis' success against right-handed pitchers this season makes him a solid option Wednesday against the Mariners, according to RotoWire's Chris Olson.

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.

Pitching 3D: Prospect Waters Rising

Julio Urias' MLB debut on Friday is the talk of baseball, but Doug Thorburn breaks down a few other young hurlers who should be getting some fantasy attention, including the Nats' Lucas Giolito.

Mound Musings: Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?

In this week’s edition, Brad Johnson discusses young impact pitchers, like the Rays' Blake Snell, who will be arriving soon at a ballpark near you.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine gazes into the NL's free agent pool and finds that Chase Utley is making himself useful even in shallower mixed formats.