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Fantasy Articles Featuring Joe Nathan

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Monday Lineup Card: Dial Up DeSclafani

Ryan Rufe discusses why Anthony DeSclafani is worth a pickup in Monday's lineup card.

Sunday Lineup Card: Bringing 2013 Back

Once forgotten, Everth Cabrera is relevant again.

Saturday Lineup Card: Travis To The Top

Chris Benzine discusses why Devon Travis is worth a pickup among other things in Saturday's lineup card.

Thursday Lineup Card: Hang Tight With Cishek

Monday Lineup Card: Call On Kiermaier

Rays' outfielder Kevin Kiermaier is Monday's recommended pickup after hitting .381 with seven extra-base hits during the first week of the season.

FAAB Factor - AL: Still Plenty Out There

Mike Moustakas is off to a good start. Has he finally turned the corner? RotoWire's Andrew Martinez writes about all of the potential AL free agents.

Sunday Lineup Card: Recycling Closers

Joakim Soria becomes the latest in a line of reused relievers.

Sunday Lineup Card: Recycling Closers

Joakim Soria becomes the latest in a line of reused relievers.

Saturday Lineup Card: Closing Time For Castro

Miguel Castro appears to have taken over the closer role for the Blue Jays. That, plus more discussed in Saturday's lineup card.

Friday Lineup Card: Snag Jake Lamb

Bats & Balls: Observations from Opening Week

Dave Regan sizes up the first week of the baseball season and likes what he sees in Colorado, especially from Nolan Arenado.

Mound Musings: Surprises Are In Store?

How many of this spring's big surprises will turn into real values? Brad Johnson discusses.

Thursday Lineup Card: Panik!

FAAB Factor - AL: Many Options To Sort Through

Koji Uehara's injury has opened the door for a couple of speculative plays in the AL this week, writes RotoWire's Andrew Martinez.

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.

Mound Musings: The Do No Harm Strategy

Brad Johnson details how to spare your rotation harm even when not all of your starting pitchers are elite.

RotoWire Roundtable: March Top 350

RotoWire's group of baseball experts is back with its latest roundtable rankings, in which Nolan Arenado, among others, takes a big jump up the list.

Bats & Balls: Busts to Avoid

David Regan turns his attention to overvalued players this week and finds Jose Abreu as one of the biggest names to avoid this season.

Mound Musings: Arms to Watch in the AL Central

Brad Johnson turns to the AL Central this week for pitchers whom fantasy owners should highlight on their cheat sheets, including Cleveland's Carlos Carrasco.

Chasing Saves: Setup Men Who Could Close

Jeff Zimmerman ranks setup men according to the number of saves they could get this season, and Philadelphia's Ken Giles might be the best bet.

Tigers Team Preview: The Window is Closing

Health will be a major obstacle for the Tigers in 2015, with Miguel Cabrera and Victor Martinez recovering from offseason surgeries.

RotoWire Roundtable: Valentine's Edition of the Top 350

The first installment of the Roundtable Rankings are up for 2015! Check out the panel's divide on Mookie Betts, among others.

Endgame Odyssey: Closer Roles In Flux

Yet again, the Mets have uncertainty with their closer role heading into spring training. Brad Johnson breaks down the unsettled ninth-inning situations around the league.

The Wheelhouse: 25 Things You Should Know Before Draft Day

Derek VanRiper shares some of the tools that he uses to prepare during the offseason, along with some early discoveries about the player pool heading into 2015.

Mound Musings: Kids on Parade Watchlist

Noah Syndergaard struggled most of this year with nagging minor injuries, but he needs to be on every fantasy owner's radar.

Mound Musings: Looking Back, Looking Ahead, Part II

Prospect pitcher Kevin Gausman is up to stay and is built to be a workhorse for the Orioles.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Juan For The Road

Friday Lineup Card: Late Season Surge By Leonys Martin

The Rangers may not be fighting for a playoff spot this season, but they do offer solid free agnet choices.

Mound Musings: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

Nathan Eovaldi can handcuff hitters with both velocity and movement and should be ready next season to help owners from the get-go.

Bats & Balls: Failed Expectations

Few players fell as hard this year as Jay Bruce, who has been sub-replacement level after three straight years of 30 homers.