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Fantasy Articles Featuring Drew Smyly

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Drew Smyly's name.

Friday Lineup Card: No Cooling Colabello

The Lineup Card: Closing Shake-Up in Arizona

Sunday Lineup Card: Crawford Packs Giant Punch

Known primarily for his defense, the San Francisco shortstop gets offensive.

Thursday Lineup Card: Like Father Like Son?

Okay, so DeShields isnít your everyday rockstar player, but I do dig his potential overall.

Diamond Cuts: Overcompensating

Stephen Strasburg's latest shoulder issue may have been a result of a previous ankle injury. RotoWire's Jeff Stotts explains.

MLB Barometer: RIP Trading

Stepping in for Vlad Sedler, Derek VanRiper wonders if trading is dead, while pondering the market value of Noah Syndergaard and offering up the weekly supply of risers and fallers.

Monday Lineup Card: The Never-Ending Torii

He may be 39 years old, but Torii Hunter has been thriving at the plate in his return to the Twins, with whom he started his career.

FAAB Factor - AL: Mother's Day Edition

Nick Swisher may be back, but don't bid on him like he's still on the Yankees. RotoWire's Andrew Martinez reports on Swisher and more in this week's AL FAAB Factor.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Power Plouffe Play

Pitching Value Meter: It's Good to be the King

Paul Sporer's top-ranked pitcher this week is a two-start Felix Hernandez, who is so good his disappointments are envied by lesser pitchers.

Mound Musings: Chicks - and Bogfella - dig Strikeouts!

Brad Johnson on the many advantages of the K. Also - how will the Cards replace Wainwright?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Marisnick Swings a Hot Stick

Pitching Value Meter: Two Starts for Kluber

Paul Sporer ranks the coming week's starting pitchers, but is two home starts enough to make Corey Kluber the AL's top-ranked hurler?

FantasyAces MLB: Friday Picks

RotoWire's Alex Spalding is building his Friday FantasyAces lineup around Adrian Gonzalez, who leads the league in OPS this season.

FanDuel MLB: Friday Picks

RotoWire's Benny Ricciardi is building his FanDuel lineup around Buster Posey, who will be playing at Coors Field on Friday.

Friday Lineup Card: Elementary, My Dear Watson!

Mark Melancon returned to action on Thursday for the Pirates, landing his third save of the season, but Melancon isnít the news here Ė itís Tony Watson.

Thursday Lineup Card: Betances Still Offers Value

Well, all of you Dellin Betancesí owners out there that were expecting a 40-save season? You can take comfort in knowing that Betances will at least nab a few saves here and there, while giving you dominant ratios and strikeouts.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Cubs Promote Another Phenom

MLB Barometer: Russian Roulette

Vlad Sedler is to bankroll management what Rob Deer was to place discipline.

Monday Lineup Card: Dial Up DeSclafani

Ryan Rufe discusses why Anthony DeSclafani is worth a pickup in Monday's lineup card.

The Lineup Card: Will Dodgers See the Light with Guerrero?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Will Dodgers See the Light with Guerrero?

Monday Lineup Card: Call On Kiermaier

Rays' outfielder Kevin Kiermaier is Monday's recommended pickup after hitting .381 with seven extra-base hits during the first week of the season.

MLB Barometer: Hahn Solo

Vlad Sedler looks for the breakout starting pitchers of 2015 who can be this year's Corey Kluber.

Tuesday Lineup Card: First Closer Down

On Opening Day, the Mets' Jenrry Mejia became the first closer to lose his job, as he was unable to warm up due to elbow stiffness.

Diamond Cuts: Early Season Injuries

Despite being in the Opening Day lineup, Detroit's Victor Martinez is not out of the woods yet from his knee injury, and he could be rested early on.

MLB Job Battles: The Finish Line

Clay Link recaps the winners and losers from all the major job battles in spring training.

Monday Lineup Card: Let's Grilli for MLB's First Full Slate

MLB Barometer: A Wink and a Smyly

As draft season winds down, Vlad Sedler tells who's climbing the rankings and who's dropping.

Diamond Cuts: Lone Star Recoveries

The Rangers' offense could be dominant this season if Prince Fielder and Shin-Soo Choo can fully recover from their injury-plagued 2014 seasons.