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Fantasy Articles Featuring Carlos Contreras

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FAAB Factor - NL: May the Schwarb be with You

Kyle Schwarber is the next in the line of Cubs prospects, but is he worth picking up right now? All that and more from RotoWire's Jan Levine in this week's NL FAAB Factor.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Buying Buxton

Chris Benzine discusses why Byron Buxton is worth a pickup if not already owned, plus more in Wednesday's lineup card.

Thursday Lineup Card: Like Father Like Son?

Okay, so DeShields isnít your everyday rockstar player, but I do dig his potential overall.

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.

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.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Call-Up Day, Part Deux

In a seemingly endless sea of September call-ups, the Phillies' Maikel Franco rates as one of the shining stars of the group.

Friday Lineup Card: Jay Is The Way

Reds closer Aroldis Chapman looks to be back to himself after a Thursday night appearance...

FAAB Factor-NL: Chase Headley, Relevant Again

Chase Headley's new (old) grip on the bat has resurrected his fantasy value, making him a top pickup at third base this week.

Saturday Lineup Card: Here To Stay

Arismendy Alcantara is not merely an NL-only option. He is here for good and worthy of consideration in nearly all formats.

Friday Lineup Card: Stubbs For Cheap Power

Drew Stubbs may offer solid outfield depth down the stretch for your club...

FAAB Factor-NL: Giants Push the Panik Button

The Giants called up Joe Panik on Saturday. Jan Levine suggests how much you should bid on him in this week's edition.

Sunday Lineup Card: Eaton Your Heart Out

2014 Reds Team Preview: Is That It?

The Reds were surprisingly quiet this offseason on the free agent market, instead relying on youngsters like Tony Cingrani and Billy Hamilton to fill key vacancies. Will that be enough to keep up with the Cardinals and Pirates?