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Fantasy Articles Featuring Marco Gonzales

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Draftster MLB: Fresh Opportunities and Weekly Picks

Edinson Volquez will face the Cubs and their 84 wRC+ against right-handed pitching Sunday, which makes him an attractive option for those that don't want to spend for Jon Lester or Clayton Kershaw.

Sunday Lineup Card: Facing the Giants

Second-tier players on one particular contending team lead postseason runs.

FAAB Factor-NL: Clippard Closing?

Jan Levine breaks down the Nationals' closer committee and tells you what to bid on Tyler Clippard.

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.

Monday Lineup Card: Stealing Schafer

Jordan Schafer was second in MLB with 11 steals in August.

FAAB Factor-NL: Soler Power

Jorge Soler and Javier Baez are two of the reasons why the Cubs' future is bright. Jan Levine suggests that you break the bank to get Soler if you can in your leagues.

Saturday Lineup Card: Russellin' Some Feathers

Chris Benzine discusses his recommended pickup, the day's transactions, and takes a look at some value picks for Saturday.

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.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Freese Frame

FAAB Factor-NL: Buy the Belt

Brandon Belt highlights and extensive list of NL players returning from the DL this week. Jan Levine explains the free agent ramifications of his return among others this week.

Sunday Lineup Card: Lock In Locke

Pitching Value Meter: Kershaw's Brilliance Limited this Week

Clayton Kershaw has been unreal lately, but he has only one start this week. Is that enough to knock him from the top ranking?

Tuesday Lineup Card: Place Your Betts

FAAB Factor - NL: Harper's Return Imminent

Bryce Harper had a huge game on his rehab assignment Saturday and Sergio Romo blew another save. Jan Levine addresses both this week and more in this week's column.

Pitching Value Meter: Ray of Hope

David Price has had a huge June, and that's enough to vault him to the top of this week's pitcher rankings.

Minor League Barometer: The Astros' Next Shooting Star

Domingo Santana was overshadowed the last couple seasons by George Springer and Jonathan Singleton, but he could be the next line for a callup to the Astros.

The Lineup Card: Co-Sign on Cosart

Jarred Cosart has shown improved control this season including a 21:7 K:BB over his last five starts (32.2 innings). As Ryan Rufe points out, he offers value in his matchup Thursday against Atlanta.

Wednesday Lineup Card: No Veneer Needed for This Wood

Gavin Floyd's return to the disabled list opens up a rotation spot for Alex Wood, who probably didn't deserve to lose his starting job in the first place.

Behind the Numbers: Gaining an Edge with xFIP

David Price has been unlucky this season, as his xFIP, which is more than a run lower than his ERA, makes clear.

Behind the Numbers: Is Bryce Harper Overrated?

No prospect in recent memory has garnered scouting reports like Bryce Harper, but is he even a top-10 talent?

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.

2014 Cardinals Preview: The Fountain of Youth

The Cardinals churn out talent better than any organization in baseball. What will Michael Wacha do for an encore after an outstanding debut last season?

House of Shlain: Organizational Top-10 Lists: NL

Max Fried tops an impressive organizational prospect list in San Diego in Nick Shlain's latest look at the top-10 prospects for each National League Club.

Top 200 Prospects: A New No. 1

With the addition of the 2013 draft class, Byron Buxton tops the latest Top 200 list from Nick Shlain and Jesse Siegel.

Mound Musings: The Changing Landscape

Teams are increasingly using the draft to find players who are nearly major-league ready. Such is the case with the Astros' first-overall selection of Mark Appel, who could be in Houston later this year.

House of Shlain: Top Prospects From 2013 Draft

First overall pick Mark Appel tops Nick Shlain's dynasty rankings from the 2013 draft class.