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Fantasy Articles Featuring Miguel Cabrera

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Miguel Cabrera's name.

FantasyAces MLB: Monday Picks

Paul Bruno fills out his Monday FantasyAces card with a mix of top-flight players and good values, like Starlin Castro.

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.

Monday Lineup Card: Let's Grilli for MLB's First Full Slate

The Saber's Edge: Early Season Rules for Owners

Jeff Zimmerman offers tips on how to evaluate players in the early going of the season, including how to figure out when a player is hurt rather than just slumping.

Diamond Cuts: Early Season Injuries

Red Sox closer Koji Uehara is likely to start the season on the disabled list, opening up the door for someone else to grab the early ninth inning work.

Bats & Balls: Debating the Cheat Sheet

Dave Regan takes issue with the RotoWire cheat sheet, highlighing players at each position he thinks should be ranked higher, like San Francisco's Brandon Belt.

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.

The Long Game: Inflation Busters

Erik Siegrist discusses how to best attack auctions in leagues where inflation has greatly raised the prices of many stars.

Diamond Cuts: Time Before Opening Day

Anthony Rendon would likely have hit the 15-day DL if the regular season was already underway, but RotoWire injury expert Jeff Stotts thinks he should be back before Opening Day.

Collette Calls: LABR Draft Recap

Jason Collette analyzes the recent LABR auction and finds few bargains among power hitters as the league-wide drop in home runs is fueling fantasy inflation.

Farm Futures: Top 10 Prospects: NL West

In the final installment of his spring organizational rankings, James Anderson looks at Archie Bradley and the other top prospects of the National League West.

Bats & Balls: Sleepers to Target

Dave Regan names sleepers at each position in his inaugural column of 2015, including Joey Votto whose only question this year is health.

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.

How the NFBC Main Event Was Won: Learning from the Past

Scott Jenstad takes a look back at the NFBC Main Event winning squad from 2014 to prepare for the upcoming season.

Bargain Basement Bats: The 2014 Disappointments

Vlad Sedler looks for value -- and players to stay away from -- coming off of disappointing 2014 campaigns. Is Jedd Gyorko primed for a rebound?

Injury Risk: Players to Avoid

In his annual column, Jeff Stotts plants the red flags around the players to avoid on draft day in 2015.

15-Team Magazine Mock: ADP Stock Watch

Clay Link compares the results of our 15-Team Magazine Mock to the early NFBC Average Draft Position (ADP) data.

Rounding Third: Revisiting Early Starting Pitchers

Jeff Erickson looks back at 2014 to review the benefits and drawbacks of targeting starting pitchers early in drafts.

Collette Calls: The Chosen 10

Fresh off of last week's Hall of Fame announcement, Jason Collette puts the top of the draft board under a microscope. Did Miguel Cabrera make the cut?

Picks and Pans: Home Sweet Home

Joe Sheehan shares his annual list of players to target and avoid in drafts for 2015. With the move from Los Angeles to Boston, Hanley Ramirez may be primed for a big year.

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.

Rounding Third: The RotoWire 200

Jeff Erickson's initial set of top 200 overall rankings for 2015 predictably has Mike Trout on top, but who follows after Trout?

Behind the Breakout: Brantley Goes Boom

What changed for Michael Brantley during his 2014 breakout? Paul Sporer takes a closer look.

Painting the Black: Predicting the World Series

Jensen Lewis uses a series of metrics to predict that Alex Gordon and the Royals will win the World Series over the Giants.

Collette Calls: Reviewing 2014

In his look back through the columns leading into the 2014 season, Jason Collette was right to pass on Michael Wacha as a top-100 overall player.

MLB Barometer: Old Huddy Duddy

Tim Hudson has been a serious second-half fader, and RotoWire's Vlad Sedler wonders whether there's a rebound left in him.

Bats & Balls: Overvalued for 2015

Johnny Cueto might be having a great season, but it takes time to rebuild trust, and he hasn't proven that he can be trusted in 2015.

Diamond Cuts: A Core Problem

Jeff Stotts discusses the core injury that's been troubling the Tigers' Miguel Cabrera in this week's MLB injury report.

Monday Lineup Card: Stealing Schafer

Jordan Schafer was second in MLB with 11 steals in August.