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Fantasy Articles Featuring Joel Hanrahan

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Friday Lineup Card: Phelps Offers Mid-Season Rotation Help

The Yankees have been looking for stability in their rotation of late...

Wednesday Lineup Card: Petricka, Putnam Battle for Closing Duties

Sunday Lineup Card: Reel In Chris Young

A look at Sunday’s matchups

Friday Lineup Card: Rookie Pitcher deGrom Groovin' Along

The Mets continue to provide a surprising source of pitching help for fantasy owners...

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.

Monday Lineup Card: Koji Fatigue?

Saturday Lineup Card: Brighter Days Ahead for Butler

Despite a disappointing performance in his debut, Eddie Butler is still deserving of consideration in many formats.

Thursday Lineup Card: Trout Out, Calhoun Activated

Tuesday Lineup Card: Month Of Weeks

Milwaukee's Rickie Weeks has experienced a May resurgence, lifting him back into the realm of fantasy relevance.

Saturday Lineup Card: Richards Gets Richer

Mound Musings: Swing and a Miss

Brad "Bogfella" Johnson talks about why strikeout potential is an important part in evaluating fantasy relevance of starting pitchers

Mound Musings: How to Find the Next Closer

Jim Johnson is already out in Oakland, but what should owners look for in closers-in-waiting?

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 Red Sox Team Preview: Defending Champions

After an impressive World Series title in 2013, the Red Sox saw some key personnel changes that make the team much younger. Can a group of new faces in the starting lineup take Boston back to the postseason?

NFBC Trends: Hating the Closers

Greg Ambrosius hates closers and the lack of stability at the position, and thus really is disappointed that Mariano Rivera has retired.

The Wheelhouse: So You Want to Be a GM?

After criticizing Royals general manager Dayton Moore's only trade at Wednesday's non-waiver deadline, Derek VanRiper retraces his steps over the past 18 months and questions some of his own decisions.

The Lineup Card: Peralta Wily of Late

Thursday Lineup Card

Transaction Analysis: M's Lose Faith in Jesus

The Mariners finally gave up on Jesus Montero as a catcher, sending him to Triple-A to regain his hitting stroke.

Sunday Lineup Card: Pray For A.J.

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?

Rounding Third: Week 7 Primer

Edwin Encarnacion and the Blue Jays have just five games this week, one of three teams to be shorted. Check out the schedule nuances and the FAAB results in this week's Primer.

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

Saturday Lineup Card: Werth Some Rest

Transaction Analysis: Failed Phillie

In a week of big names landing on the disabled list, Roy Halladay stole the headlines with the news that he needs shoulder surgery.

Friday Lineup Card: Saved By The Bell

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.

Thursday Lineup Card: A Loney Wolf

Wednesday Lineup Card: Tazawa Next Man Up In Boston

Circling the Bases: Messy Bullpens

Mariano Rivera remains a timeless wonder, but there are many other shaky bullpens out there. Ray Flowers breaks it down and advocates for a new fantasy stat.