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Fantasy Articles Featuring LaTroy Hawkins

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention LaTroy Hawkins's name.

FAAB Factor - NL: A Cespedes for the Rest of Us

Jan Levine reviews this week's FAAB bids, which are choke full of fallout from the trade deadline, including the arrival of Yeonis Cespedes in Queens.

Mound Musings: Trade Winds

Brad Johnson analyzes the Cueto, Hamels, Kazmir and Tulowitzki trades and what it means for fantasy owners.

Minor League Barometer: Trade Deadline Turmoil

Jesse Siegel looks at some of the minor leaguers whose fortunes have changed at the trade deadline, including new A's prospect Jacob Nottingham

Tuesday Lineup Card: Tulo-ronto

After a decade in Colorado, Troy Tulowitzki was stunningly moved to a new home late Monday night, as he'll join the Blue Jays' star-studded lineup

Saturday Lineup Card: Another Mets Prospect Promoted

Tuesday Lineup Card: Cheer Rios

Alex Rios's 2015 season has been characterized by injury and disappointment, but there's light at the end of the tunnel.

Bats & Balls: A Bullpen Walk-Through

David Regan offers up a status report on the closer situations for all 30 teams, including the woeful Reds who might be tempted to deal Aroldis Chapman.

Mound Musings: Know When to Hold ĎEm

Brad Johnson is expecting big second-half performances from some slow-starting pitchers.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Don't Dig Your Own Grave

Saturday Lineup Card: Could Do Well With Welington

Chris Benzine discusses why Welington Castillo could be worth a look if you're in need of a catcher, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

FAAB Factor - NL: Spending your (Ci)shekels

Steve Cishek is back in Miami, but heís not closing yet. Is it worth speculating that heíll regain his role? All that and more from RotoWire's Jan Levine in this week's NL FAAB Factor.

Friday Lineup Card: Garcia May Still Be There

, so Garcia may not be available in some leagues, but with the way heís been hitting of late heís worth consideration.

Thursday Lineup Card: It's May Day

The 25-year old May was once a touted prospect for the Twins, and while he hasnít debuted with a boom during his young career he still offers some intrigue as a backend pitcher to roster in deeper leagues

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

Friday Lineup Card: Red Sox Pitcher Has Impressive Debut

Thursday Lineup Card: Axford No Longer Forgotten

The Rockies have only given John Axford two save chances since April 27, although Axford was quite successful and locked down both chances without issue.

The Lineup Card: Closing Shake-Up in Arizona

Bats & Balls: A Look at the 30 Closer Situations

David Regan reviews each team's closer situation this week, including a look at what to make of the Marlins now that Steve Cishek has been jettisoned from the role.

Thursday Lineup Card: Like Father Like Son?

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

Tuesday Lineup Card: Thor Leaves Avengers, Joins Mets

Friday Lineup Card: Blanks Offers Short-Term Solution

You may have missed the best that Kyle Blanks has to offer, but that doesnít mean you canít squeeze him for a bit more.

Mound Musings: Take the Money and Run

Can Dallas Keuchel and Dan Haren keep this up? Brad Johnson says no.

Thursday Lineup Card: Betances Still Offers Value

Well, all of you Dellin Betancesí owners out there that were expecting a 40-save season? You can take comfort in knowing that Betances will at least nab a few saves here and there, while giving you dominant ratios and strikeouts.

MLB Barometer: Russian Roulette

Vlad Sedler is to bankroll management what Rob Deer was to place discipline.

FAAB Factor - NL: Beyond Kris Bryant

A number of players are coming back from injury soon, include Domonic Brown, writes RotoWire's Jan Levine in this week's edition of NL FAAB.

Bats & Balls: Will the Slow Starters Recover?

Dave Regan looks at players like Mike Zunino who have started this season slowly and whether they will turn things around.

Mound Musings: Time to Start the New AL Arms Watch

Brad Johnson looks to ride the next wave of great American League pitchers

Tuesday Lineup Card: You Canha Do It

Bats & Balls: Top-10 Lists for 2015

Dave Regan's top-10 lists includes Sleepers and Spring Overreaction Stats, such as Kolten Wong's spring struggles.