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Fantasy Articles Featuring Michael Wacha

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Michael Wacha's name.

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?

Daily Baseball 101: How to Pick a Starting Pitcher

Michael Rathburn pours over the numbers and explains why picking an elite pitcher like Felix Hernandez is almost always the best way to go in cash games.

Thursday Lineup Card: Betances Still Offers Value

Well, all of you Dellin Betances’ 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.

Pitching Value Meter: Harvey Invisible in Late Innings

Paul Sporer lays out the week's pitcher rankings and says the only thing holding back Matt Harvey is that he's not going deep into games.

FantasyScore MLB: Friday Picks

RotoWire's Neil Parker runs through his picks for Friday's slate on FantasyScore, including the Dodgers' Adrian Gonzalez, who has a hit in every game this season.

Friday Lineup Card: Do You Believe In Moose?

You have to figure the save opportunities will still be there for Glen Perkins, since even the lowliest of MLB teams manage to have a bullpen guy, or two combined, maybe even three combined, that can net 30 saves.

Pitching Value Meter: Slow Week for Kershaw

Paul Sporer delivers his weekly pitcher rankings and finds only one starter worthy of jumping Clayton Kershaw in a one-start week. Who is it?

Saturday Lineup Card: Closing Time For Castro

Miguel Castro appears to have taken over the closer role for the Blue Jays. That, plus more discussed in Saturday's lineup card.

Mound Musings: Surprises Are In Store?

How many of this spring's big surprises will turn into real values? Brad Johnson discusses.

Pitching Value Meter: Kicking Off the 2015 Season

Paul Sporer is back with the inaugural Value Meter for 2015, and familiar faces top the list, like Felix Hernandez, who takes on two division foes in Week 1.

MLB Barometer: All-Undervalued Team

Vlad Sedler looks at players who are being overlooked this draft season, including breakout candidate Jake Marisnick.

Bats & Balls: Debating the Cheat Sheet

Dave Regan takes issue with the RotoWire cheat sheet, highlighing players at each position he thinks should be ranked higher, like San Francisco's Brandon Belt.

RotoWire Roundtable: March Top 350

RotoWire's group of baseball experts is back with its latest roundtable rankings, in which Nolan Arenado, among others, takes a big jump up the list.

Mound Musings: Arms to Watch in the NL Central

Brad Johnson recognizes the risk in Michael Wacha, but the young hurler's upside is worth betting on, especially at a discounted draft-day price.

Cardinals Team Preview: Still Really Good

Kolten Wong is a player on the rise, but where in the order will he hit? Tony Goldenstein breaks down the Cards chances this season.

Farm Futures: Top 10 Prospects: NL Central

A loaded Cubs system leads the pack in the NL Central, while the pending arrival of Kris Bryant should provide an immediate power boost to the heart of the lineup.

Beating the Shift: Eight Late Targets

Chris Smith looks at potential value targets outside the Top 250 in Average Draft Position, including Colorado's Eddie Butler.

RotoWire Roundtable: Valentine's Edition of the Top 350

The first installment of the Roundtable Rankings are up for 2015! Check out the panel's divide on Mookie Betts, among others.

Rounding Third: Revisiting Early Starting Pitchers

Jeff Erickson looks back at 2014 to review the benefits and drawbacks of targeting starting pitchers early in drafts.

Picks and Pans: Home Sweet Home

Joe Sheehan shares his annual list of players to target and avoid in drafts for 2015. With the move from Los Angeles to Boston, Hanley Ramirez may be primed for a big year.

Rounding Third: The RotoWire 200

Jeff Erickson's initial set of top 200 overall rankings for 2015 predictably has Mike Trout on top, but who follows after Trout?

Collette Calls: The Week in Review

The Cards parted with Shelby Miller this week to get Jason Heyward from the Braves. Jason Collette looks at the impact of the trades and free-agent signings from the past week.

Friday Lineup Card: Ender's Game!

Ender Inciarte is currently in the middle of a 13-game hit streak and may offer you help over these last few days of the season.

Pitching Value Meter: Down the Stretch they Come

With a playoff berth in the balance, the Mariners might need 18 innings out of Felix Hernandez this week, which would be just fine for fantasy owners.

Saturday Lineup Card: UnFreeseing At The Plate

Chris Benzine discusses David Freese's second-half turnaround and hot September as reasons why you should pick him up.

Mound Musings: Looking Back, Looking Ahead, Part II

Prospect pitcher Kevin Gausman is up to stay and is built to be a workhorse for the Orioles.

MLB Daily Games Strategy: Pitching Game Theory

Sonny Gray has been a significant bargain among the elite starting pitchers in DFS play this season. Renee Miller looks for ways to identify bargains among starting pitchers in her article this week.

Draftster MLB: Fresh Opportunities and Weekly Picks

Edinson Volquez will face the Cubs and their 84 wRC+ against right-handed pitching Sunday, which makes him an attractive option for those that don't want to spend for Jon Lester or Clayton Kershaw.

Pitching Value Meter: Strasburg's Quiet Excellence

Stephen Strasburg might have disappointed some this year, but he's still having a fantastic fantasy season.

Tuesday Lineup Card: A Pleasant Odor

Hyped young prospect Rougned Odor is starting to produce at the big-league level.