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NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine takes a look at the National League free agent pool this week and who might be of service to your squad between now and October.

Regan's Rumblings: The Final Two Months

Dave Regan rumbles about some questions and thoughts he has about all sorts of different scenarios as the home stretch of the 2016 season gets underway.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine scours the NL waiver wire and wonders if Derek Norris can turn things around in another uniform as the Padres begin their fire sale.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine gazes into the NL's free agent pool and finds that Chase Utley is making himself useful even in shallower mixed formats.

The Wheelhouse: The Pursuit of Saves

Chasing saves on the waiver wire can be costly, but is it necessary? Derek VanRiper takes a look back at 2015 to see where the saves came from as roles changed during the season.

Mound Musings: Checking the NL Bullpens

Last week, Brad Johnson gave us an in-depth look at AL closer situations, now the NL gets its turn, including the Diamondbacks' Daniel Hudson.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine looks over the winners of spring job battles for roster-worthy buys, and sees a lot of moving parts in Arizona due to A.J. Pollock's latest injury

Regan's Rumblings: Getting a Jump on Free Agents

David Regan looks at players who likely went undrafted this spring and could help fantasy owners as waiver-wire pickups in Week 1, like Arizona's Jake Lamb.

MLB Barometer: Keep an Eye on Edwin

Vlad Sedler has his eye on Edwin Encarnacion, who could end up a steal of the draft if his ADP keeps falling, provided he gets healthy, of course.

Collette Calls: NL Closers in Waiting

We all know about Jeurys Familia, but Jason Collette tells fantasy owners who they should also be focused on in the Mets' bullpen, and on every NL team.

Team Previews: NL Central

Jack Moore provides in-depth previews for all five teams in the highly competitive NL Central.

Picks and Pans: Gray Skies Ahead?

In his annual season preview, Joe Sheehan makes the case for avoiding Sonny Gray in 2016. Who else is he picking and panning this season?

NL FAAB Factor: New Closer in Atlanta

Jason Grilli is done for the season. Will Jim Johnson start pitching in the ninth in Atlanta? RotoWire's Jan Levine is back with this week's edition of the NL FAAB Factor.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Will the Real Corbin Please Stand Up?

Saturday Lineup Card: Happy Fourth of July

Chris Benzine discusses Alejandro De Aza's recent hot streak and why you should consider him in some formats, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Levying Shoemaker

Rangers Team Preview: Improved Health, Renewed Expectations

The Rangers used more players last season than any team in the history of baseball, as the injuries hit early and just kept coming. Do they have enough to contend with improved health?

Brewers Team Preview: More From the Core

Kevin O'Brien suggests that what the Brewers get from Jean Segura this season will go a long way towards deciding if they are a contender this year, after an offseason that featured few big changes.

Sunday Lineup Card: Reel In Chris Young

A look at Sunday’s matchups

Monday Lineup Card: Lord Have Mercer

Rounding Third: Week 11 Primer

Is chasing saves on the waiver wire a fool's game? Sadly, Jeff Erickson is just that fool in the NFBC this year, and this week he chased after the Diamondbacks' possible saves if Addison Reed's tired arm persists.

Behind the Backstop: Same Old Beckett?

Is Josh Beckett back to his pre-injury form? Tory Hernandez takes a look in the return of Behind the Backstop.

Saturday Lineup Card: The Grilli Still Burns

Jason Grilli made an early return from the DL on Friday, and was immediately thrust into a save situation in a one-run game against the Nationals.

House of Shlain: Organizational Top-10 Lists: AL

With Miguel Sano and Byron Buxton ascending in their system, the Twins may have the best collection of minor league talent in baseball. Nick Shlain takes a look around the American League and shares his top-10 from each organization.