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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.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Rodon Down The Road

Sunday Lineup Card: Bringing 2013 Back

Once forgotten, Everth Cabrera is relevant again.

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

Rounding Third: AL Tout Wars - Value 2.0

Jeff Erickson didn't come into Saturday's AL Tout Wars auction targeting Adam Jones, but walked away owning him nonetheless.

Mound Musings: Arms to Watch in the AL Central

Brad Johnson turns to the AL Central this week for pitchers whom fantasy owners should highlight on their cheat sheets, including Cleveland's Carlos Carrasco.

Chasing Saves: Setup Men Who Could Close

Jeff Zimmerman ranks setup men according to the number of saves they could get this season, and Philadelphia's Ken Giles might be the best bet.

Tigers Team Preview: The Window is Closing

Health will be a major obstacle for the Tigers in 2015, with Miguel Cabrera and Victor Martinez recovering from offseason surgeries.

Farm Futures: Top 10 Prospects: AL Central

James Anderson shifts his focus to the AL Central as he continues his six-part series looking at each organization's top-10 prospects heading into the 2015 season.

Monday Lineup Card: Sizemore Really Does Matter

Mound Musings: Pitching Depth as a Fantasy Tactic

You're better off stashing high-upside arms like Derek Holland rather than wasting roster spots on generic utility players barely above replacement level.

Mound Musings: AL Central Spotlight

Even a modest draft-day discount on Justin Verlander will prove valuable for fantasy owners this season.

2014 Tigers Team Preview: Motor City Makeover

Prince Fielder and Doug Fister were dealt in the offseason but Detroit still has the pieces in place to contend. What impact will new manager Brad Ausmus and top prospect Nick Castellanos have in 2014?

NFBC Trends: Hating the Closers

Greg Ambrosius hates closers and the lack of stability at the position, and thus really is disappointed that Mariano Rivera has retired.

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.

Sunday Lineup Card: Pick Jose On The Last Day

FAAB Factor - AL: Looking Ahead

Mariano Rivera had his going away ceremony Sunday in Yankee Stadium. Andrew Martinez breaks down the team's alternatives for the future.

Sunday Lineup Card: Introducing Charlie Blackmon

Friday Lineup Card: Cesar's No Slouch

Thursday Lineup Card: Take a Tango with Cashner

MLB Trade Deadline: About Time

With the non-waiver trade deadline looming, opportunity will knock for a number of young players. Nate Rowan takes a closer look.

Sunday Lineup Card: Utility Man Extraordinary

Saturday Lineup Card: New Shortstop In Seattle

MLB Barometer: Falling Off

Dan Haren's struggles have continued to the point where the Nats had to put him on the DL. Howard Bender discusses Haren among his fallers 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.

In Some Depth: Contenders' Shopping Lists

Brian Roberts' latest injury has left a massive hole at second base. It wouldn't be surprising to see the O's shop for a second baseman before the trade deadline.

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.

Rounding Third: Who Do You Trust?

The list of safe closers is pretty thin, but Addison Reed manages to make Jeff Erickson's list. Who else is safe enough to trade for right now?

Friday Lineup Card: The Thrill Of Victorino