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Wednesday Lineup Card: Don't Dig Your Own Grave

FAAB Factor - NL: Going to the Matz

Jan Levine breaks down the National League and advises owners to be ready to pounce on prospect Steven Matz, who should be a mainstay in the Mets' rotation.

Pitching Value Meter: Maximum Output

Paul Sporer has moved Max Scherzer ahead of Clayton Kershaw as his top pitcher in baseball, and the Nationals' ace takes his rightful spot atop the weekly rankings.

FanDuel MLB: Thursday Picks

With a full slate of games, James Seltzer has a wide range of choices for Thursday's lineup.

Thursday Lineup Card: Randal Grichuk, Untapped Power Source

Grichuk is prone to a streaky bat, but the power potential he carries in a potent Cardinals lineup is worth the risk.

Farm Futures: International League Pitchers

The Yankees' Luis Severino has been tearing up the International League and James Anderson thinks his time with the big club should be coming soon.

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.

Hitter Value Meter: Tigers Burning Bright

Erik Siegrist's weekly look at the best hitting matchups finds the Tigers in an enviable position as they'll miss two of the best pitchers in their division this week.

Pitching Value Meter: Back on his Throne

Paul Sporer ranks this week's starters and is relieved that Felix Hernandez rebounded after a couple of non-King like starts.

Saturday Lineup Card: Schwarber Can Stick

Chris Benzine discusses why Kyle Schwarber could stick around with the Cubs, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Friday Lineup Card: Buy Papelbon

Thereís a good chance you can buy Papelbon for 50 cents on the dollar, pushing the idea that the Phillies will lose 100 games by seasonís end.

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.

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.

Bats & Balls: More Prospects on the Way

David Regan reviews the next prospects likely to get called up as we get deeper into summer, including the Dodgers' Corey Seager, who looks like an All-Star in the making.

Minor League Barometer: Down But Not Out

Jesse Siegel looks at minor leaguers on the comeback trail after being derailed by injuries, including outfield prospect Austin Meadows.

Minor League Barometer: Upgrades, Downgrades

Jesse Siegel's latest update on the minors finds Luis Severino picking up where he left off last season, and it's possible he could make his MLB debut for the Yankees this season.

Farm Futures: Southern League Roundup

RotoWire's James Anderson checks in on the Southern League, while reminding fantasy owners that Miguel Sano's .182 BABIP is nothing to worry about right now.

MLB Barometer: Hahn Solo

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

Monday Lineup Card: Let's Grilli for MLB's First Full Slate

RotoWire Roundtable: Top 200 Prospects

Kris Bryant leads the way in the new RotoWire Roundtable prospects rankings.

Farm Futures: Tiering Prospects for 2015

James Anderson tiers this year's crop of prospects based on their expected contributions in one-year formats, including the Mets' Noah Syndergaard, who is now one step closer to the big league rotation.

Farm Futures: Top 10 Prospects: NL West

In the final installment of his spring organizational rankings, James Anderson looks at Archie Bradley and the other top prospects of the National League West.

Padres Team Preview: Out Of Left Field

GM A.J. Preller put his stamp on the franchise, trading for Matt Kemp, Justin Upton and Wil Myers, and signing James Shields in an unprecedented flurry of offseason moves. But do the Padres have enough to compete with the Dodgers and Giants in the West?

Minor League Barometer: Bundy's Lost Year

It was a bit of a lost year for Dylan Bundy, who came back from Tommy John surgery only to suffer a shoulder injury later in the season.

Minor League Barometer: Norris has New Lease on Life

Daniel Norris is a prime example why you don't give up on a highly-touted prospect after just one bad year.

Minor League Barometer: Seager is Surging

Perhaps no hitter is hotter at the moment than Corey Seager, a future star and one of the game's better infield prospects.

FAAB Factor-NL: Happy Returns?

Tony Cingrani's first start back from the DL against the Phillies on Sunday wasn't that great. He's one of many NL players coming back from the DL this week, as Jan Levine reminds to look there for potential pickup possibilities.

House of Shlain: The Early Arrivals

After scuffling initially, George Springer has picked up the production recently. Nick Shlain takes a look around the league at the returns from many of the early-season callups.

Mound Musings: Prospects Watch - National League

Noah Syndergaard is getting his feet wet at Triple-A, but the day is coming soon when he will join the Mets rotation.

Minor League Barometer: Here's a Story ...

Trevor Story's star dimmed last season, but it is shining brightly again with a rebound campaign in 2014.