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Fantasy Articles Featuring Taijuan Walker

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Weekly Pitcher Rankings: To the Max

Paul Sporer had a little trouble pushing the brilliant Max Scherzer to the top of the list in his last starting pitcher rankings of the season.

MLB Barometer: Was Aces High a Bust?

Vlad Sedler looks at how this year's popular draft strategy of picking multiple ace pitchers in the early rounds worked out. That and more in this week's Barometer.

Yahoo DFS Baseball: Monday Picks

Jay Bruce has really struggled since joining the Mets, but RotoWire's Neil Parker explains why he's worthy of fantasy consideration Monday against the Braves.

AL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Erik Siegrist notes a lot of arms who could be available to help your staff's stretch run, including a revitalized Taijuan Walker.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Mr. Untouchable

Paul Sporer's pitcher rankings feature Jose Fernandez leading the way as the Miami ace has rarely been touched up at home this season.

Regan's Rumblings: Offseason Thoughts

Dave Regan uses one of his last rumblings of the year to look ahead to the offseason and share some of his thoughts about some potential transactions that could occur involving big-name players.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Chief Starter

Paul Sporer can't get enough of the Indians' Carlos Corrasco, who's two-start schedule sets up nicely for him down the stretch.

DraftKings MLB: Thursday Picks

Andrew McCutchen has struggled this season, but Neil Parker explains why the Pirates outfielder is worth fantasy consideration Thursday against the Reds.

Yahoo DFS Baseball: Thursday Picks

Franklin Gutierrez is riding a seven-game hitting streak, and RotoWire's Chris Bennett explains why the Mariners outfielder has a good chance at extending it Thursday against the Rangers.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Scherzer Works on K Street

Paul Sporer vaults Max Scherzer to the top of this week's pitcher rankings as he has a good shot of keeping his run of double-digit strikeouts going in two starts this week in the nation's capital.

MLB Barometer: Is Betts No. 1 in 2017?

Vlad Sedler looks ahead to 2017 and how the first round of a 12-team fantasy draft might shake out. Is Mookie Betts the No. 1 overall pick?

AL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Erik Siegrist looks at the AL free agent pool prior to September call-ups and finds a trio of veteran outfielders making a late push to save their seasons, including the Tigers' Justin Upton.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: No Way Jose on Road?

Paul Sporer explains why Jose Fernandez's road splits could be headed for better days in this week's pitcher rankings.

Mound Musings: Let's Talk Bullpens

In this week’s article, Brad Johnson tackles one of his most frequently asked questions, which has to do which teams’ closing situations are in flux including the Cardinals and Trevor Rosenthal.

AL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Erik Siegrist considers the post-trade deadline fallout in the American League and finds three new closers but only one established premium bat added to the Junior Circuit's player pool.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Max Output

Paul Sporer boosts Max Scherzer to the top of this week's pitcher ranking as the Washington hurler looks to have gotten a handle on his long-ball troubles.

DraftKings MLB: Saturday Picks

Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth comes into Saturday's game against the Giants on a six-game hitting streak, and Juan Carlos Blanco explains why he has a good chance to make is seven.

Weekly Hitter Rankings: American League Domination

Erik Siegrist breaks down his hitting rankings for the upcoming slate of games, dominated by eight American League teams with seven-game slates.

Weekly Hitter Rankings: Kicking Off the Second Half

Erik Siegrist ranks team hitting in the first post-All-Star break period, and the Rockies look set up for a big start to the second half.

AL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Erik Siegrist sees a lot of turmoil, and a lot of bidding opportunities, in AL bullpens this week as Wade Davis was just the first of three elite closers to break down heading into the All-Star break.

Pitching 3D: Grading the AL West

Doug Thorburn turns to the AL West where some of the division's best pitchers, like Seattle's Felix Hernandez, have struggled through the first half of the season.

MLB Barometer: Is the Piñata Party Over?

Vlad Sedler's runs down this week's risers and fallers, including the Yankees' Michael Pineda who has come a long way from his Michael Piñata days.

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.

FanDuel MLB: Thursday Value Plays

Salvador Perez has been very solid against right-handed pitching this season, and he has a good matchup Thursday against the Cardinals.

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?

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.

FanDuel MLB: Tuesday Value Plays

Juan Carlos Blanco surveys Tuesday's slate and recommends stocking up on Indians left-handers, including Jason Kipnis, against an extremely vulnerable Chris Young.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Price is Again Right

Paul Sporer's weekly rankings include a revived David Price who is pitching better than the Red Sox could have hoped when the season began.

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.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Lefty Two-Step for Lester

Paul Sporer can't ignore Jon Lester's matchup this week against two teams who are impotent against left-handers, as the Chicago hurler stops this week's rankings.