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Minor League Barometer: Ready to Shine

Dominate in the minors, Jake Odorizzi is the No. 5 starter for the Rays, seizing the opportunity due to the injury to Jeremy Hellickson.

FAAB Factor - NL: Big Bid on Dee Gordon?

Does Dee Gordon merit a big bid this week after he won the Dodgers' starting second base job? Jan Levine breaks it down for us in his initial column of the season.

Spring Training Job Battles: Final Decisions

As teams near their season openers, the final cuts are being made and job battles have been decided. Brian Pelowski takes one last look around the league as spring training comes to an end.

MLB Barometer: Ventura Highway

Yordano Ventura and his 100 mph fastball have won the Royals' fifth starter's job. See who else has seen his stock climb in Howard Bender's initial Barometer of the season.

Fantasy Baseball Podcast: The Steaks Are High

The Steak League Auction is here! Derek VanRiper (@DerekVanRiper) and Adam Wolf (@WolfmanTweets) discuss the Rangers' 2B options, St. Louis' decision to use Carlos Martinez in relief, and DVR's Tout Wars squad.

Spring Training Job Battles: Opportunity Knocks

The rash of injuries in the Braves' rotation has opened up an unexpected competition this spring.

Mound Musings: NL Central Spotlight

There's value to be had with Shelby Miller, whose draft-day value has been driven down by bad memories of last year.

Spring Training Job Battles: An Early Look

Now that spring training is in full swing, Brian Pelowski looks around the league at jobs that are up for grabs. Can Miguel Sano become the Opening Day starter at third base in Minnesota?

2014 Cardinals Preview: The Fountain of Youth

The Cardinals churn out talent better than any organization in baseball. What will Michael Wacha do for an encore after an outstanding debut last season?

Rounding Third: Playoff Rankings

Jeff Erickson is favoring the Cardinals in his playoff ranks, meaning that Adam Wainwright is a fantastic target in your playoff pools.

Behind the Numbers: Wrapping Up the 2013 Season

Michael Wacha was one of a number of pitching prospects to grab headlines in 2013. Can we expect more in 2014?

Sunday Lineup Card: Introducing Charlie Blackmon

Wednesday Lineup Card: Grilli Set to 'Preheat' For Now

The Pirates activated Jason Grilli from the DL on Tuesday, but he'll be used in middle relief initially while the Pirates stick with Mark Melancon at closer.

Thursday Lineup Card: Byrd Delivers in Debut

FAAB Factor - NL: The Doc Is In

Roy Halladay came off the DL Sunday and picked up the win in his first game back. What should we expect for the rest of the year? Jan Levine weighs in with his opinion.

Saturday Lineup Card: Parker Is Slinging Webs

FAAB Factor - NL: The Metropolitan Hawkeye

Have the Mets found an option to sub as the closer while Bobby Parnell is out? Jan Levine discusses that and much more about the National League.

Sunday Lineup Card: All In With Alvarez

Friday Lineup Card: Robbie Is Raking

Friday Lineup Card: Another Day At The Beachy

FAAB Factor - NL: Bell Silenced

The Diamondbacks removed Heath Bell from the closer's job this week, moving to a committee instead. Jan Levine breaks down the various options there.

Friday Lineup Card: Don't Sleep On Danny

FAAB Factor - NL: No Ruf Stuff Type of Deal

Ryan Howard has gone on the DL, opening the door for Darin Ruf to get some play at first base before the All-Star break. Jan Levine breaks down his pickup value with the other NL options for the week.

Bernie On the Scene: What Should They Do - NL?

The Cubs have already traded Scott Feldman, but they have a number of moves upcoming, most notably dealing Matt Garza. Bernie Pleskoff breaks down the needs and resources of each NL team.

FAAB Factor - NL: Gee Whiz

Dillon Gee has been far better recently after a rough start to the season. Jan Levine discusses him among the potential NL call-ups this week.

The Wheelhouse: 30 Teams, 30 Thoughts - June Edition

Now that Papa Grande is Papa Cocida, the Tigers will finally look elsewhere for a closer. Derek VanRiper takes a look around the league as the end of June draws closer.

Bernie On The Scene: A Look At Right-Handed Pitching Prospects

Miami's Jose Fernandez may have the highest ceiling of the current crop of young right-handed pitchers in or approaching the big leagues.

Mound Musings: More Arms Arriving

Michael Wacha turned in a sterling major-league debut, but long term, what should we expect from him and other prospect pitchers set to be called up?

The Wheelhouse: Head of the Class

The Astros maxed out their value in the first 10 rounds by taking Carlos Correa first overall ahead of Byron Buxton last June, but Buxton has been the most impressive first-rounder in the 2012 draft class thus far.

MLB Barometer: The Dangers of Micromanaging

Daniel Murphy gets a positive mention in Howard Bender's column this week.