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Fantasy Articles Featuring Livan Hernandez

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Livan Hernandez's name.

The Wheelhouse: Ike Survived Las Vegas

Ike Davis lived through a few weeks in Las Vegas, but could you last 30 straight days without leaving the Strip? DVR ponders that and takes a look around the National League coming out of the All-Star break.

Circling the Bases: Evaluating the James Shields Trade

Ray Flowers shares his opinions about the big Royals-Rays trade.

In Some Depth: Nearing the Deadline

Pitching Value Meter: Ready for Rangers Return

Derek Holland's shoulder injury is progressing to the point that he might return this week. Get him back in your lineup.

Saturday Lineup Card: KC Officially Ready to Sal-ivate

Saturday Lineup Card: Injury News On Hamilton, Halladay, Holland, and Howard

Mound Musings: 9 Surprises So Far

Johan Santana's re-emergence has been one of the biggest surprises of the year. We've got eight more for you.

Charging the Mound: Sliding Away, Hamilton's Night

Josh Hamilton and Miggy Cabrera are discussing just how high Hamilton's four-homer game ranks among the all-time great nights in fantasy baseball history.

Circling the Bases: Concerns About A-Gone

Adrian Gonzalez is off to a slow start - Ray Flowers isn't surprised.

Monday's Lineup Card: Middlebrooks Off To Strong Start

FAAB Factor - NL: First FAAB Period Suggestions

Who should you be bidding on after the spring training fallout? Jan Levine has the answers.

Pitching Value Meter: Kicking Off the 2012 Season

Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw tops the list of the inaugural Value Meter.

Spring Training Job Battles: Countdown to Opening Day

Joakim Soria's season-ending injury has opened the door for a new closer in K.C., but who will win the job as Opening Day draws near?

Spring Training Job Battles: Early Frontrunners

Mound Musings: Predictions & Observations

Where does Tim Lincecum rank ... on his own team? Dave Regan offers predictions and observations for 2012.

Spring Job Battles: Playing Time Up for Grabs Around the League

With A.J. Burnett likely headed to Pittsburgh, Phil Hughes and Freddy Garcia will battle for the final spot in the Yankees' rotation. Brian Pelowski takes a look at job battles around the league.

2012 Nationals Preview: Nationals 2012: Big Expectations in D.C.

2012 Astros Preview: Astros 2012: Rebuilding the Foundation

As Carlos Lee's contract expires in 2012, the Astros and their new ownership group and front office are rebuilding the organization from the ground up.

Sunday Lineup Card: Teheran Time Again

Pitching Value Meter: Welcome Back

Stephen Strasburg returns to the mound this week with two starts, but is that enough to make him the week's top-ranked pitcher? Is the Value Meter author nuts?

Tuesday Lineup Card: Lincoln Looks Good

Pitching Value Meter: Dodger Blues

Clayton Kershaw, this week's top Value Meter pitcher, has been one of the few bright spots for the Dodgers this year.

Wednesday Lineup Card: A Pirate to Pick Up

Pitching Value Meter: Under the Radar

Josh Beckett isn't a strong Cy Young candidate yet, but he was solid again in his last start and sports a 2.46 ERA.

The Lineup Card: Venable Becoming Valuable

The perennially disappointing Venable has actually been quite useful lately - in fact, since the All-Star break, he's hitting .320/.395/.533 in 75 at-bats with a couple homers and seven steals.

Pitching Value Meter: The Future is Bright

Cliff Lee has two starts this week, which makes him the Value Meter's top pitcher.

Friday Lineup Card: Yesterday Was Thursday

Mound Musings: ERA vs. xFIP

Johnny Cueto's xFIP says his ERA should be higher, but an improved groundball rate is helping him overcome a diminishing strikeout rate. Which pitchers are due for a increase or decrease in ERA?

Pitching Value Meter: Ace of the League

Not only is Justin Verlander's heater the fastest in the game, but it's also the most effective. No surprise that he tops the AL Value Meter this week.

Saturday Lineup Card: Now or Nova