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Fantasy Articles Featuring Carl Crawford

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Sunday Lineup Card: Arcia Heats Up Minnesota

Twins' outfielder continues to set torrid pace in August.

Saturday Lineup Card: A Case For Hellickson

Clay Link looks at all of the day's injury news, some closer situations from around the league and explains why you should consider the Rays' Jeremy Hellickson.

Friday Lineup Card: Jay Is The Way

Reds closer Aroldis Chapman looks to be back to himself after a Thursday night appearance...

Thursday Lineup Card: Wada Ya Got To Lose?

Since joining the Cubs in July, Tsuyoshi Wada (along with Kyle Hendricks) has helped the North Siders transition easily from the losses of Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Carrasco Heating Up In Indians Rotation

In Some Depth: See You in September

Dodgers fans have been calling for Joc Pederson and they should get their wish when rosters expand next month.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Hot Carl

Carl Crawford's been playing every day and producing solid speed numbers for the Dodgers, but remains widely available.

FAAB Factor-NL: Rymer Reason

Rymer Liriano heads the list of NL callups for you to bid on this week. Jan Levine writes him and others up in this week's article.

Minor League Barometer: Norris has New Lease on Life

Daniel Norris is a prime example why you don't give up on a highly-touted prospect after just one bad year.

FAAB Factor-NL: Chase Headley, Relevant Again

Chase Headley's new (old) grip on the bat has resurrected his fantasy value, making him a top pickup at third base this week.

Wednesday Lineup Card: The Vogt is In

Josh Reddick's back-to-back disabled list trips looked like a major blow for the Athletics, but Stephen Vogt has added stability to right field, while occasionally seeing time behind the plate.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Freese Frame

Monday Lineup Card: Don Yan

FAAB Factor-NL: Buy the Belt

Brandon Belt highlights and extensive list of NL players returning from the DL this week. Jan Levine explains the free agent ramifications of his return among others this week.

Saturday Lineup Card: Easy Street

Huston Street nailed down another save Friday, making him a perfect 23-for-23 in save opportunities this season. Could he be moved to a contender prior to the deadline?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Hahn's Solo Act in San Diego

His supporting cast may be brutal, but Padres right-hander Jesse Hahn has managed to reel off four wins and a 1.95 ERA over five starts since joining the rotation.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Back Rubby

Sunday Lineup Card: Eaton Your Heart Out

Thursday Lineup Card: #LaStellar

Tommy La Stella is a #LaStellar value with an increasingly prominent role in the Braves' lineup.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Hot Cup of Jones in Seattle

James Jones has brought a much-needed infusion of speed and contact-hitting to the Seattle lineup since his May call-up.

Monday Lineup Card: Lord Have Mercer

Wednesday Lineup Card: Eugenio in a Bottle

Shortstop has been a trouble spot for the Tigers since Jose Iglesias was ruled out for the season, but a newcomer has given some stability to the position.

Tuesday Lineup Card: El Coffee Is Coming

The Pirates are finally calling up Gregory Polanco on Tuesday.

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.

FAAB Factor-NL: No Go For CarGo

Corey Dickerson has taken ahold of a full-time job in the outfield for the Rockies with Carlos Gonzalez on the DL. See how much Jan Levine suggests you bid for him in this week's article.

Thursday Lineup Card: Beltran, Cain, Cashner Set For Returns

Behind the Numbers: Is Bryce Harper Overrated?

No prospect in recent memory has garnered scouting reports like Bryce Harper, but is he even a top-10 talent?

Diamond Cuts: Get a Grip

Jeff Stotts talks about the importance of a hitter being able to maintain his grip after coming back from a hand, thumb or wrist injury, such as the one suffered by the Angels' Josh Hamilton.

MLB Barometer: All Aboard the Jenrry Train

Jenrry Mejia has solidified the Mets' closer situation and merits an upgrade in Vlad Sedler's eyes. See who else makes his list in this week's Barometer.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Singleton, Springer Reunited In Houston