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Fantasy Articles Featuring Yordano Ventura

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Hitter Value Meter: Non-Problem Solved

Erik Siegrist ranks this week's hitting matchups, and -- surprise -- the Blue Jays, who were already strong at the plate, are on top with the newly acquired Troy Tulowitzki.

Pitching Value Meter: Welcome to the AL, Johnny

Former Red Johnny Cueto could have a rude welcome to the AL as he begins his Royals career with a couple of tough road starts. How far did Paul Sporer drop him in this week's rankings?

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.

Mound Musings: Trade Winds

Brad Johnson analyzes the Cueto, Hamels, Kazmir and Tulowitzki trades and what it means for fantasy owners.

FanDuel MLB: Sunday Value Plays

With three home runs Saturday, Alex Rodriguez is getting plenty of attention from DFS players, including Benny Ricciardi for his Sunday FanDuel lineups.

Sunday Lineup Card: Quietly Building A Contender

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

Hitter Value Meter: Nothing Like a July Homestand

Erik Siegrist breaks down the coming week's hitter rankings, which finds the Rangers in the enviable position of facing homer-prone CC Sabathia in Arlington.

Pitching Value Meter: Never a Reason to Worry

Paul Sporer ranks this week's starting pitchers and can't help but shake his head at those who fretted over Clayton Kershaw earlier this season.

Mound Musings: Tossing a Side Session

Brad Johnson looks to see which direction the trade winds are blowing.

Thursday Lineup Card: McGee, Please!

Jake McGee has four saves on the year in a limited closer’s capacity, but he’s been golden as an 8th inning guy.

Wednesday Lineup Card: No Joe Schmo

Monday Lineup Card: New Phillie Coming to Town

Phillies prospect Aaron Nola will be promoted Tuesday to make his Major League debut against Tampa Bay.

Hitter Value Meter: Red Tide Could Rise

Erik Siegrist's weekly look at the best hitting matchups finds the Reds in an enviable position at home and on the road this week.

Pitching Value Meter: Sale-ing into the Second Half

Paul Sporer ranks the week's starters, but he can't stop marveling at Chris Sale, whose strikeouts continue to set him apart.

Series to Watch: Blue Jays vs. Royals

Jose Bautista has struggled in the power department this season, but a hitter-friendly matchup this weekend could help him turn it around after a solid June.

Friday Lineup Card: The Forgotten Castellanos

Nick Castellanos was a once heralded prospect in the Tigers organization but is now showing a resurgence, giving owners an intriguing pick up in leagues.

Thursday Lineup Card: We Are Familia!

I bet you can’t guess who is making a case as the most dominant closer in the game right now? Yep, Jeurys Familia!

Tuesday Lineup Card: Will the Real Corbin Please Stand Up?

Diamond Cuts: Cascading Motions

RotoWire's Jeff Stotts explains how the human body is like a Rube Goldberg machine and why that could leave Stephen Strasburg out for up to six weeks with his latest ailment.

Monday Lineup Card: Santana Sharp in Return Sunday

Twins starter Ervin Santana allowed two runs on three hits and three walks with eight strikeouts over eight innings in his return from suspension Sunday against the Royals.

Sunday Lineup Card: Power Surge

Twins' prospect Miguel Sano could provide a boost in run production.

Hitter Value Meter: Holding All The Cards

Erik Siegrist highlights the best matchups for hitters in weekly formats, including a rare eight-game period for Kolten Wong and the Cardinals

Saturday Lineup Card: Happy Fourth of July

Chris Benzine discusses Alejandro De Aza's recent hot streak and why you should consider him in some formats, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Monday Lineup Card: Cain Is Able

Matt Cain is healthy and will likely be cleared to reclaim a spot in the Giants' rotation early next week.

Sunday Lineup Card: An Unlikely Embarrassment Of Riches

The Mets now feature a rotation that is younger – and arguably more dynamic – than just about any in baseball.

Pitching Value Meter: Maximum Output

Paul Sporer has moved Max Scherzer ahead of Clayton Kershaw as his top pitcher in baseball, and the Nationals' ace takes his rightful spot atop the weekly rankings.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Ray of Hope?

Robbie Ray is 2-2 with a 1.78 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 23:9 K:BB over 30.1 innings through five starts for Arizona.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Pencil In The Eraser

Fantasy 101: Evaluating Starting Pitchers on FanDuel

Michael Rathburn explains how he picks starting pitchers on FanDuel and breaks down the stats to show which ones have provided the most value this season.

Monday Lineup Card: Red Byrd Return

Monday's Recommended Pickup is a 37-year-old outfielder who returned from a broken wrist much earlier than expected.