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FAAB Factor - NL: Throwing Darts

The Phillies are activating Chad Billingsley this week, but do you want him? All that and more from RotoWire's Jan Levine in this week's edition of NL FAAB Factor.

FAAB Factor - NL: Sifting through the Leftovers

Not much sitting out there in the NL one week into the season, but Dexter Fowler is surprisingly available in many leagues, writes RotoWire's Jason Collette.

Phillies Team Preview: Finally Rebuilding

Jimmy Rollins was dealt away by the Phillies this offseason, as they final began the painful process of rebuilding.

The Long Game: Found Money

Brad Boxberger was tremendous in a setup capacity last season, and now he might be the Rays' closer to begin 2015 while Jake McGee recovers from his elbow injury.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Betting the House

Indians left-hander T.J. House hasn't gotten the publicity of Corey Kluber and Carlos Carrasco, but his late-season success has helped the Tribe remain on the edge of the Wild Card race.

In Some Depth: The Next Call

Javier Baez will join the Cubs on Tuesday as they continue to infuse their big league roster with young talent from the farm. Ryan Eisner takes a look around the league following the non-waiver trade deadline in the latest installment of In Some Depth.

FAAB Factor-NL: Reunited - Will It Feel So Good?

Jake Peavy's trade to the Giants reunites him with former manager Bruce Bochy? Can he conjure similar results now that he's back in the NL?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Petricka, Putnam Battle for Closing Duties

Wednesday Lineup Card: Big Names Back In Action

Ryan Zimmerman, Josh Hamilton and Nelson Cruz were among the big bats to return to lineups for Tuesday's games.

Monday Lineup Card: Plouffe Positive

FAAB Factor-NL: Nearly Taveras Time

Oscar Taveras's promotion from Triple-A could be imminent. Jeff Erickson suggests to get him now and take the one-week shortfall while the acquisition costs are low.

Thursday Lineup Card: Trout Out, Calhoun Activated

Thursday Lineup Card: A New Day Rising?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Closer-By-Committee Succeeds?

Sean Doolittle tries to prove his value in a closer-by-committee situation

Tuesday Lineup Card: No Way, Jose

Young Marlins ace Jose Fernandez surprisingly hit the DL on Monday and appears to be headed for season-ending Tommy John surgery.

FAAB Factor-NL: Belted

The Giants are scrambling to fill the void left from Brandon Belt's thumb injury. Jeff Erickson breaks down his replacement options among this week's possible FAAB candidates.

Saturday Lineup Card: Welcome Wilmer

The Mets called up prospect Wilmer Flores on Friday. Those looking for middle-infield production should take heed.

Thursday Lineup Card: Along Came Polly

Sunday Lineup Card: Keeping Up With Garrett Jones

Thursday Lineup Card: Scooting Along

Tuesday Lineup Card: Have A Niese Day

Fantasy owners have been criminally underrating the Mets' Jon Niese -- who battles Cole Hamels Tuesday night -- in the season's early going.

Monday Lineup Card: Don't Go it A-Loney

FAAB Factor-NL: Mike Olt!

Jan Levine reviews this week's crop of possible NL pickups, starting with Mike Olt, who is getting more playing time at third base for the Cubs.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Tommy John On Tap For Nova

The Yankees' Ivan Nova appears to be the next pitcher in line for Tommy John surgery, after the procedure was recommended following an evaluation Tuesday.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Power Plouffe Boy

Thursday Lineup Card: Russell the Muscle

Friday Lineup Card: Considering Kelly Johnson

Kelly Johnson could be a nice, cheap source of power, at least while Mark Teixeira (hamstring) remains on the DL.

Collette Calls: Double Down

While some believe that a high doubles count will ultimately lead to an increase in home runs, Jason Collette takes a closer look at the relationship between the two categories and finds a more interesting connection.

MLB Barometer: Looking Ahead to 2014

Howard Bender's final Barometer of the 2013 season takes a look at a handful of players whose stock rose or fell for 2014, including the Mariners' Hisashi Iwakuma, who finished the season in style.

Saturday Lineup Card: A Good Marco-Brew