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Monday Lineup Card: New Phillie Coming to Town

Phillies prospect Aaron Nola will be promoted Tuesday to make his Major League debut against Tampa Bay.

Sunday Lineup Card: Separating Contenders From Pretenders

Veterans lead Yankees, Twins in playoff race

Thursday Lineup Card: We Are Familia!

I bet you canít guess who is making a case as the most dominant closer in the game right now? Yep, Jeurys Familia!

Monday Lineup Card: Santana Sharp in Return Sunday

Twins starter Ervin Santana allowed two runs on three hits and three walks with eight strikeouts over eight innings in his return from suspension Sunday against the Royals.

FAAB Factor - NL: Picking up the Chase

Chase Utley's bat is waking up a little, making him a nice option in mixed leagues. All that and more from RotoWire's Jan Levine in this week's NL FAAB Factor.

Friday Lineup Card: The Butler Did It!

As Joey Butler continues to gain consistency with his at-bats, he proves that a 29-year old rookie can have value.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Foltynewicz Getting Under Control

Monday Lineup Card: Go Ham for Hamilton?

The 2010 AL MVP is Monday's Recommended Pickup upon his impending return to the Texas Rangers.

Friday Lineup Card: Do You Believe In Moose?

You have to figure the save opportunities will still be there for Glen Perkins, since even the lowliest of MLB teams manage to have a bullpen guy, or two combined, maybe even three combined, that can net 30 saves.

Thursday Lineup Card: Hang Tight With Cishek

Wednesday Lineup Card: They Called Up Kennys!

He may not be Byron Buxton or Miguel Sano, but Kennys Vargas is a Minnesota hitting prospect worth your attention.

The Saber's Edge: Utilizing Velocity Decline

Pitchers lose velocity as they age, but how much of a drop does it take to become a red flag? Jeff Zimmerman looks at Mat Latos and other pitchers working with less velocity in 2014.

Bats & Balls: Pitchers to Target and Avoid

Justin Verlander is having a tough year, but he's still missing plenty of bats. What's that mean for his prospects the rest of this season?

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.

Rounding Third: Week 6 Primer

The Reds and Red Sox play two games against each other this week. Tony Perez's Game 7 homer gets short shrift when remembering that series.

Bats & Balls: April NFBC FAAB Review

K-Rod has proven a profitable waiver-wire pickup, but what's the best way to spend FAAB for saves?

MLB Barometer: Cruz'n Along

Nelson Cruz has settled in nicely with the Orioles and makes Vlad Sedler's Risers list this week.

Sunday Lineup Card: Hooray For Harrison

Pitching Value Meter: No Ordinary Joe

Has Jose Fernandez done enough to retain his claim as the NL's best pitcher even when Clayton Kershaw returns from the disabled list?

Tuesday Lineup Card: Power Plouffe Boy

Pitching Value Meter: Discounted Darvish Paying Off

Two starts in pitcher-friendly parks makes Yu Darvish this week's top hurler, giving owners who ignored the draft-day panic a nice profit.

Thursday Lineup Card: Russell the Muscle

Pitching Value Meter: Sonny Days in Oakland

Sonny Gray, who has a friendly start this week in Houston, is becoming a more complete pitcher this year.

Saturday Lineup Card: Josmil Ticket

Josmil Pinto went deep again Friday, in his second start of the season at DH.

Pitching Value Meter: Maximum Strength

Max Scherzer hit the trifecta this week -- two starts in pitchers' parks against the National League.

Sunday Lineup Card: Miami's Hot Bat

MLB Barometer: Happy Real Opening Day

Clayton Kershaw's back inflammation has Howard Bender really concerned. See who else has caught his eye heading into the start of the season.

FAAB Factor - NL: Big Bid on Dee Gordon?

Does Dee Gordon merit a big bid this week after he won the Dodgers' starting second base job? Jan Levine breaks it down for us in his initial column of the season.

Pitching Value Meter: Kicking Off the 2014 Season

Justin Verlander looks poised this year to reclaim his former position as the top pitcher in the AL, but does that mean he is the top pitcher in this week's season debut of the Value Meter?

Spring Training Job Battles: Final Decisions

As teams near their season openers, the final cuts are being made and job battles have been decided. Brian Pelowski takes one last look around the league as spring training comes to an end.