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Fantasy Articles Featuring Adam Dunn

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Adam Dunn's name.

Fantasy 101: How To Win On DraftStreet (Basic Strategy)

Michael Rathburn dishes out everything you need to know to come out on top of fantasy daily games on DraftStreet.

Rounding Third: Week 2 Primer, FAAB Results

Matt Kemp had a huge game Sunday night, but he and the Dodgers have only five games this week. See what else is noteworthy on the schedule, and the results from bidding in the NFBC and major expert leagues this week.

Thursday Lineup Card: Safety Valve

Monday Lineup Card: Sizemore Really Does Matter

FAAB Factor - AL: Go Crazy for Grady?

If Grady Sizemore resides on the wire, post-draft, Andrew Martinez points out the formats in which he should be scooped up.

RotoWire Roundtable: Late March Update

Aroldis Chapman has obviously fallen in our composite rankings. Who else saw major movement?

The Wheelhouse: A Simple Plan

With the pre-determined strategy of buying Mike Trout and Miguel Cabrera, did DVR find enough talent to fill out the bottom of the roster for his Tout Wars squad?

Painting the Black: Four NL Players to Watch

Jensen Lewis is a big fan of The Beast - Jeff Samardzija. See who else makes his NL watchlist.

RotoWire Roundtable: Early March Top 350

The RotoWire rankings crew takes their first crack at their Consolidated Top 350 MLB Rankings. Allen Craig is among those with the widest disparity in his ranking.

Collette Calls: AL LABR By the Numbers

Wil Myers was among the Helium Hitters in this year's AL LABR auction over the weekend. Jason Collette breaks down all sorts of data from the auction.

2014 White Sox Team Preview: Youth Movement

The White Sox had a dismal season all-around in 2013 to finish last in the AL Central. A series of moves and trades in the offseason made the team much younger, but likely well out of contention.

Collette Calls: Double Down

While some believe that a high doubles count will ultimately lead to an increase in home runs, Jason Collette takes a closer look at the relationship between the two categories and finds a more interesting connection.

Collette Calls: Robbie Goes, Don'tcha Know!

Robinson Cano took the money and ran away from the Bronx, landing a 10-year deal to go to Seattle. Jason Collette recaps a flurry of recent moves around the league from a very active week leading into the Winter Meetings.

Sunday Lineup Card: Pick Jose On The Last Day

Friday Lineup Card: Medica Aid

Thursday Lineup Card: At a Bargain Basement Price Tag, Michael Saunders

Tuesday Lineup Card: Every Rose Has Its Thornburg

Tyler Thornburg looks to continue his late-season surge while facing off against the Braves on Tuesday.

In Some Depth: 2013 Surprises

Braves catcher Evan Gattis was among the biggest depth chart movers this season. Ryan Eisner looks at similar movers around the diamond in the final installment of In Some Depth for 2013.

Friday Lineup Card: Cesar's No Slouch

Wednesday Lineup Card: Riding Out the Season in a Pinto

Catcher Josmil Pinto is making some noise for the Twins in the season's final month.

Saturday Lineup Card: A Slice Of Colby

In Some Depth: Gaping Holes

The Mariners have gone through several catchers this season, but they have a long-term solution in 2012 first-round pick Mike Zunino. Ryan Eisner looks around the league at the biggest vacancies heading into the offseason.

Monday Lineup Card: Jump Back On The 'Ledge, My Friend

Wednesday Lineup Card: Grilli Set to 'Preheat' For Now

The Pirates activated Jason Grilli from the DL on Tuesday, but he'll be used in middle relief initially while the Pirates stick with Mark Melancon at closer.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Buying Mini Miggy

Friday Lineup Card: Walker Set To Debut

Sunday Lineup Card: They Call Him Scooter

Thursday Lineup Card: With One Pitch, Heyward's Season in Jeopardy

Circling the Bases: Around the Horn

Yasiel Puig has cooled off considerably from his initial scalding rate. Ray Flowers discusses how to make that information actionable in this week's article.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Xander Lands in Boston

With the Rays nipping at their heels in the AL East race, the Red Sox called up top prospect Xander Bogaerts to strengthen the left side of the infield.