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Fantasy Articles Featuring Addison Russell

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The Saber's Edge: Post-Hype Prospects

This year's disappointments could be next year's targets, writes Jeff Zimmerman, who lays out a host post-hype prospects to track for 2016.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Phillies Turn to Altherr

Tuesday Lineup Card: The Wright Stuff

David Wright is Tuesday's Recommended Pickup after homering Monday in his first at-bat with the Mets since April.

Diamond Cuts: Back at the Wright Time

David Wright is getting ready to return for the Mets, but the team has already indicated that he will be limited down the stretch in hopes of avoiding re-injury.

Monday Lineup Card: McCall on McCullers

Lance McCullers is Monday's Recommended Pickup after fanning eight over seven strong innings Sunday against Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers.

FanDuel MLB: Wednesday Value Plays

Joey Bats is on fire and well worth the inflated price tag, says David Soda

In Some Depth: Schwarber's Gotta Play

The rise of Kyle Schwarber and return of Miguel Montero forces a shakeup in the Cubbies' lineup. Ryan Eisner has details.

FAAB Factor - NL: Bourn Again in Atlanta

Michael Bourn and Nick Swisher have been traded to Atlanta, but are they worth FAABing this week? RotoWire's Jan Levine on the trade and more in this week's NL FAAB Factor.

Bats & Balls: Late Season Help

David Regan examines some potential late-season callups and buy-low candidates, including the Royals' Yordano Ventura.

Minor League Barometer: Trade Deadline Turmoil

Jesse Siegel looks at some of the minor leaguers whose fortunes have changed at the trade deadline, including new A's prospect Jacob Nottingham

FAAB Factor - NL: New Closer in Philly?

With Jonathan Papelbon expected to be traded this week, this might be the last time to grab Ken Giles, writes RotoWire's Erik Siegrist in this week's NL FAAB Factor.

Bats & Balls: Potential Trade Deadline Impact

David Regan looks over some big names who could be on the move at the trade deadline, including the Reds' Johnny Cueto.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Cheer Rios

Alex Rios's 2015 season has been characterized by injury and disappointment, but there's light at the end of the tunnel.

MLB Barometer: Catching Up

Vlad Sedler ranks the best and worst MLB backstops for the second half of the season.

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

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.

Series to Watch: Cubs vs. Cardinals

Despite losing a number of important players to injuries, the Cardinals just keep on rolling in the National League Central.

The Long Game: The Landscape Is Changing

Erik Siegrist explains how the changing nature of minor-league promotions and long-term contracts are impacting the fantasy baseball world.

The Saber's Edge: Big Names. Big Futures?

Jeff Zimmerman looks at some recent call-ups and what we can expect from their careers

Farm Futures: The Best of Who's Left

A number of elite prospects have been called up to the majors this season, but there are still a number of big-time players left in the minors who could get promoted soon.

In Some Depth: It's Raining Prospects!

Some of the baseball's top prospects have debuted recently. Ryan Eisner wonders who's next.

Minor League Barometer: Year of the Prospect

Jesse Siegel wants to know who's got next in the year of the prospect. Not Yoan Moncada, who is struggling at Low-A.

The Lineup Card: Mile High Platoon

Sunday Lineup Card: Unexpected Development

Healthy and in his prime, Cameron Maybin enjoys a fountain of youth.

Friday Lineup Card: Red Sox Pitcher Has Impressive Debut

Friday Lineup Card: No Cooling Colabello

Farm Futures: Top 200 Update and Carolina League Pitchers

Cubs catcher Kyle Schwarber has been swinging a hot bat, but James Anderson says it's unclear if his career path is behind the plate.

Sunday Lineup Card: Crawford Packs Giant Punch

Known primarily for his defense, the San Francisco shortstop gets offensive.

Friday Lineup Card: Streaking Quintana

Quintana has been spectacular since his April 19 implosion against the Tigers, where he gave up nine earned runs in four innings pitched

Minor League Barometer: Lost and Found

Jesse Siegel looks at prospects who found their way out of the wilderness, like Philadelphia's Maikel Franco, who's expected to be called up any day now.