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Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Chief Starter

Paul Sporer can't get enough of the Indians' Carlos Corrasco, who's two-start schedule sets up nicely for him down the stretch.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine explores his free agent waiver pickup options of the week in the National League with around a month left in the 2016 campaign.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Scherzer Works on K Street

Paul Sporer vaults Max Scherzer to the top of this week's pitcher rankings as he has a good shot of keeping his run of double-digit strikeouts going in two starts this week in the nation's capital.

FanDuel MLB: Monday Value Plays

Justin Upton has multiple hits in five of his last eight games and now gets a great matchup against the White Sox's James Shields.

Yahoo DFS Baseball: Monday Picks

Neil Parker breaks down the Monday Yahoo slate, including Jose Altuve, whose price is not prohibitive with a left-hander on the mound.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine takes a look at the National League free agent pool this week with a special focus on the looming September call-ups that could make an impact.

Regan's Rumblings: Possible Playing Time Increases

David Regan gets his rumble on about 12 players with potential to see an increase in workload thanks to some early-season struggles by their teammates.

The Saber's Edge: Flying Under the Radar

Jeff Zimmerman looks at pitching prospects for 2016 you might have forgotten.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Phillies Turn to Altherr

Tuesday Lineup Card: Putting 'Belt' Back In Beltran

Saturday Lineup Card: Not Parking Parker

Chris Benzine discusses why Kyle Parker's recall and subsequent use could be worth a look, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Friday Lineup Card: Trade Deadline Closer Carousel

Saturday Lineup Card: Another Mets Prospect Promoted

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.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Gallo's Humor

With Adrian Beltre hitting the 15-day DL, top power-hitting prospect Joey Gallo has been called up to the big leagues.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Chasing Ratios With Gibson

Friday Lineup Card: No Cooling Colabello

Monday Lineup Card: Counting Down to Correa

Ryan Rufe discusses why Carlos Correa is worth a pick up right now in Monday's Lineup Card.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Thor Leaves Avengers, Joins Mets

Monday Lineup Card: Swooning for Swihart

Boston's Blake Swihart is Monday's recommended pickup after the Red Sox called him up from the minors in the wake of Ryan Hanigan's injury.

Sunday Lineup Card: Ethier Packs A Punch

Dodgers outfielder makes the ideal fill-in for injured stars.

Saturday Lineup Card: Don't Dwell on Swell Odubel

Odubel Herrera has become started the season strong, and Chris Benzine discusses why he shouldn't sit on your waiver wire.

Friday Lineup Card: Pillar, Not Millar!

Considering the injury history of some Blue Jaysí players, namely Michael Saunders and Jose Bautista, Pillar is worth a snag for depth.

Thursday Lineup Card: Rays Closing Situation Muddled

Ernesto Frieri picked up his second save of the season on Wednesday night, as the game went 13 innings.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Marisnick Swings a Hot Stick

FanDuel MLB: Tuesday Picks

Clayton Kershaw, at home, against the struggling Giants? Sign Ronny Mor up for that right away.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Troubled Closer In Paradise

Marlins closer Steve Cishek has had an awful go of it in April, leading to speculation that A.J. Ramos could get a shot in the ninth inning.

FAAB Factor - NL: Beyond Kris Bryant

A number of players are coming back from injury soon, include Domonic Brown, writes RotoWire's Jan Levine in this week's edition of NL FAAB.

Saturday Lineup Card: Travis To The Top

Chris Benzine discusses why Devon Travis is worth a pickup among other things in Saturday's lineup card.

MLB Barometer: Hahn Solo

Vlad Sedler looks for the breakout starting pitchers of 2015 who can be this year's Corey Kluber.