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Sunday Lineup Card: Veteran Leadership

While left to wonder what's next in Cincinnati, Brandon Phillips churns out professional at-bats.

Saturday Lineup Card: The Deadline Has Passed

Chris Benzine discusses Alex Wilson's new role as the likely closer for the Tigers, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Diamond Cuts: No Guarantees from PRP

Dustin Pedroia will undergo a platelet-rich plasma injection to aid in his recovery from a strained hamstring, but RotoWire's Jeff Stotts warns that a return to the field is still far off.

FAAB Factor - AL: Calm Before the Storm

Scott Feldman is healthy and pitching well, as the Astros hope he can pitch like he did in the second half of 2014, but is he worth a bid in your league? RotoWire's Andrew Martinez is back for this week's AL FAAB Factor.

Sunday Lineup Card: Quietly Building A Contender

Mike Leake does not feature an overwhelming arsenal, but he could provide a needed boost.

Thursday Lineup Card: McGee, Please!

Jake McGee has four saves on the year in a limited closerís capacity, but heís been golden as an 8th inning guy.

FAAB Factor - AL: Post-Break Edition

Neftali Feliz is throwing gas in Detroit. Will he see any saves in the second half? This week's AL FAAB Factor by RotoWire's Andrew Martinez.

Sunday Lineup Card: Separating Contenders From Pretenders

Veterans lead Yankees, Twins in playoff race

Saturday Lineup Card: Schwarber Could Stay

Chris Benzine discusses why the Cubs could change their tune and make Schwarber the everyday catcher, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Friday Lineup Card: Cron, C.J. Cron!

You have to hope that the All-Star break doesnít hurt C.J. Cronís bat too much, as he has multi-hit games in five out of the last six games played.

FAAB Factor - AL: Montero Returns

RotoWire's Andrew Martinez is back with this week's edition of the AL FAAB Factor, where he discusses the MLB return of Jesus Montero, who has little left to prove in the minors.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Cubs Give Motte a Shot

Farm Futures: Florida State League Hitters

James Anderson reviews some of the top hitters in the Florida State League, including the Reds' Phillip Ervin, who already has 11 home runs and stolen 15 bases.

Saturday Lineup Card: Could Do Well With Welington

Chris Benzine discusses why Welington Castillo could be worth a look if you're in need of a catcher, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Sweet, Sweet Odor

After posting an OPS over 1.000 following his demotion to Triple-A, Rougned Odor picked up three hits in his return to the big leagues Monday.

Friday Lineup Card: Garcia May Still Be There

, so Garcia may not be available in some leagues, but with the way heís been hitting of late heís worth consideration.

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.