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Fantasy Articles Featuring Ryan Madson

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Ryan Madson's name.

Collette Calls: The Great Divide

Should owners consider using a larger share of their budget on pitching? Jason Collette examines the conversation about how to allocate draft day resources.

2014 Mets Team Preview: Another Growth Year

Matt Harvey's Tommy John surgery is one of the reasons why the Mets will have to wait another year to contend.

2014 Angels Team Preview: Old And New Uncertainty

The Angels had one of the most disappointing seasons in 2013 following record-setting spending on free agency. With the budget stretched thin, can their offseason moves turn into a return to the postseason?

Mound Musings: Bullpens and Crystal Balls

LaTroy Hawkins is filling in as closer after David Aardsma predictably flopped, but the New York bullpen is a mess.

Mound Musings: Observations A La Carte

Patrick Corbin has been a fantasy surprise in Arizona this year, but how likely is he to continue to perform at his current level?

Mound Musings: Trade Deadline Fallout

Ian Kennedy might be the biggest winner in this year's trade deadline, going from a hitter's haven where he watched his mistakes fly out of the yard to a pitcher's paradise that should help him right the ship.

The Lineup Card: Don't Look Over Yonder

Thursday Lineup Card

Diamond Cuts: The All-Scar Team

Giancarlo Stanton was one of three big-time NL outfielders to make Jeff Stotts' list.

Bernie On The Scene: What Should They Do - AL?

With Francisco Lindor moving up the ladder, should the Indians trade Asdrubal Cabrera to address their other organizational needs? RotoWire's Man on the Scene Bernie Pleskoff takes a look around the American League.

Thursday Lineup Card: Be Like Mike

Wednesday Lineup Card: Kemp Makes Surprise Early Return

Wednesday Lineup Card: The Byrd is the Word

Circling the Bases: Oh R.A. Dickey

Ray Flowers discusses R.A. Dickey's disappoing debut with the Jays and hits the bullpen circuit.

In Some Depth: Potential Deadline Moves

Ricky Nolasco is on the growing list of players likely to be moved at the trade deadline next month. Ryan Eisner takes a look around the league at the potential fallout.

Saturday Lineup Card: Tex Message Received

Sunday's Lineup Card: Lean On Leonys

Saturday Lineup Card: Going With Gausman

Mound Musings: New Arms Arriving Daily

Jake Odorizzi finally got an opportunity with the Rays, and other prospect pitchers are about to get theirs as teams reach into the minors for callups.

Thursday Lineup Card: Buying Porcello

Wednesday Lineup Card: The Venerable Venable

Tuesday Lineup Card: Tasty Ks For Aroldis

Rounding Third: Who Do You Trust?

The list of safe closers is pretty thin, but Addison Reed manages to make Jeff Erickson's list. Who else is safe enough to trade for right now?

Friday Lineup Card: The Price Is Wrong

Mound Musings: Making the Crystal Ball Less Cloudy

High ceiling, low ceiling or no ceiling. When it comes to pitchers, which is easier to spot? And What does that mean for a pitcher like Derek Holland?

The Long Game: The Noble Art of Roster Juggling

Erik Siegrist's decision to buy Mark Teixeira in the auction of the RotoWire Staff League had long-running implications beyond his purchase price.

Behind the Numbers: Closer Scenarios Around the League

Addison Reed is locked in as White Sox closer, but not all end-game situations are so secure. Who's next in line to close? How about closer sleepers?

Monday Lineup Card: Bauer's Back

Trevor Bauer gets another one-time start this week thanks to the Indians' doubleheader Monday against the Yankees.

FAAB Factor - AL: Closer Speculation Abounds

Even though Fernando Rodney converted his sixth save of the season Sunday, his walk rate is way up, leading Andrew Martinez to speculate whether we should pay attention to the alternatives in the Rays' bullpen.

Sunday Lineup Card: Get Them While They're Hot

Mound Musings: The Days of Whine and Closers

Addison Reed has been one of the reliable closers in a season that has seen seemingly more volatility than most years.