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NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine looks over the free agent pool in the Senior Circuit and notes a number of top arms returning from the disabled list, including Mets left-hander Steven Matz.

Regan's Rumblings: 10 Things I Wonder About

Dave Regan uses his weekly rumblings to explore 10 things he wonders about, like if Twins hurler Jose Berrios is overhyped.

The Wheelhouse: Closer Watch

As ninth-inning roles turn over due to poor performance and injuries, Derek VanRiper shares his updated closer rankings.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine finds this week's waiver-wire gems, including Arizona pitcher Patrick Corbin, who is still a worthwhile risk despite a blowup last week.

Oak's Corner: Keep on Grinding

Scott Jenstad discusses the frustration that recent injuries to big names like Noah Syndergaard have caused to fantasy players, and he dives into some of the bigger news of the week.

Mound Musings: Spotlight on the Soft-Tossers

This week Brad Johnson tackles a question posed by a reader who asked whether Johnson considers pitchers who lack big arms like Cy Young winner and Boston Red Sox Rick Porcello.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine breaks down the NL waiver wire for the week as David Peralta is tearing it up at the plate for the Diamondbacks.

MLB Barometer: Brave New World

Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman has been raking like a superstar, convincing RotoWire's Vlad Sedler that he's heading for first-round status in next year's drafts.

MLB Barometer: Don't Get Caught Chasing

In his latest Barometer, Vlad Sedler discusses the benefits of owning elite closers like the Dodgers' Kenley Jansen along with diving into this week's risers and fallers.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine's weekly look at waiver wire includes Archie Bradley, who has found new life in the Arizona bullpen, working himself into the closer conversation.

MLB Barometer: One Man's NFBC

Vlad Sedler's first Barometer of the regular season follows his NFBC Main Event draft, which saw D-Backs star Paul Goldschmidt fall to him at pick 13.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine highlights players on the waiver wire who can help fantasy owners, like Arizona's Brandon Drury, who won the second base job in spring training.

Mound Musings: Arms to Watch in the NL West

Brad Johnson tackles the NL West this week in his pitching rotation coverage of each team. Can any other team in the division compete with the Dodgers and Clayton Kershaw?

Regan's Rumblings: On the Fringe

Dave Regan delivers another edition of his preseason rumblings, looking into fringe players heading into spring training.

Regan's Rumblings: Preseason Closer Rankings

Dave Regan is back with his first Rumblings of 2017, turning his focus to all 30 teams and their potential closers heading into the season.

The Z Files: Closing Arguments

Todd Zola examines different approaches for handling saves, and wonders if most fantasy owners are properly pricing the production of elite closers like Kenley Jansen.

Collette Calls: Hot Stove Update

Jason Collette analyzes the fantasy fallout from the latest trades and signings, including the Yankees' re-acquisition of closer Aroldis Chapman.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

With October playoff baseball just around the corner, Jan Levine breaks down his National League free agents of the week one last time for the 2016 season.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine's look at the week's free-agent options includes the Mets' Curtis Granderson, who is helping key New York's pennant push.

Mound Musings: A Who's Who of Rotation Aces for Draft Day 2017

Brad Johnson details his top three draft-board arms for next year in both National and American Leagues. At the top of his list is Clayton Kershaw, who Johnson believes will continue to have major first-round impact.

Regan's Rumblings: September Call-ups and 2017 Closers

Dave Regan uses his rumblings this week to speculate on September call-ups and who might nail down a closer's spot in 2017.

Mound Musings: Targeting 2017 – American League

This week, Brad Johnson focuses on pitchers in the American League who will be in demand next year, like Yu Darvish, so if you’re out of the title hunt this year, it's a great time to do your homework for next season.

Mound Musings: Targeting 2017 – National League

If your season is all but over this year, Brad Johnson says that this is a great time to lay the foundation for a big 2017 by targeting pitchers who will be in demand next year, like Noah Syndergaard.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

This week's looks at the National League's FAAB candidates includes St. Louis catcher Yadier Molina, has been on fire since the All-Star break.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine explores the National League free agent pool this week in advance of the August 1 trade deadline.

The Saber's Edge: Closer Roulette at the Deadline

Jeff Zimmerman analyzes the closer situations throughout the league and how the trade deadline could impact who closes this year and in 2017 for each team. Is Dellin Betances the future in New York?

Farm Futures: Lower-Level Arms On the Rise

James Anderson takes a look at some pitchers making noise at Low-A and Rookie ball this year including the Braves' Mike Soroka, who's part of a stacked rotation at Rome.

NL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Jan Levine explores the National League free agent pool this week, including a pile of Pirates and Nationals from all across the diamond poised to make an impact.

Mound Musings: Will This Streak Last?

In this week’s edition, Brad Johnson is analyzing pitchers who have solid numbers close to the halfway point of the season, but may not have the stuff to make it last for the rest of the season, including Cub Jon Lester.

Minor League Barometer: Midsummer Prospecting

Jesse Siegel tunes us into what's happening with some of the minors' most interesting prospects this week as the calendar flips to July.