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Fantasy Articles Featuring Joe Saunders

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Joe Saunders's name.

Fantasy 101: How to Win Using Advanced Data

Michael Rathburn discusses how to use advanced data to come out on top in your daily fantasy games on DraftKings, FanDuel, and DraftStreet

Thursday Lineup Card: Russell the Muscle

Tuesday Lineup Card: Cleaning Up With Mesoraco

Tuesday Lineup Card: Open Pandora's Brox

Jonathan Broxton is expected to be activated Tuesday and assume the Reds' closing role in the absence of Aroldis Chapman.

Monday Lineup Card: Owning Owings

FAAB Factor-AL: On the Right Foot

Abraham Almonte got the Mariners' season started right and hasn't let up yet. Andrew Martinez suggests how much you should bid on him in this week's article.

Saturday Lineup Card: Bearing Down

Cliff Lee will try to get back on track Saturday after disappointing Opening Day start in Texas.

Friday Lineup Card: All Eyes On Kemp

Matt Kemp is set to make his much-anticipated 2014 debut Friday against the Giants after a lengthy recovery from offseason ankle surgery.

Pitching Value Meter: Kicking Off the 2014 Season

Justin Verlander looks poised this year to reclaim his former position as the top pitcher in the AL, but does that mean he is the top pitcher in this week's season debut of the Value Meter?

Spring Training Job Battles: Final Decisions

As teams near their season openers, the final cuts are being made and job battles have been decided. Brian Pelowski takes one last look around the league as spring training comes to an end.

Spring Training Job Battles: Opportunity Knocks

The rash of injuries in the Braves' rotation has opened up an unexpected competition this spring.

Seattle Mariners Have Best Medical Staff: The 2013 Martin-Monahan Award

The Seattle Mariners win the award for best medical staff presented annually by RotoWire along with Bleacher Report's Will Carroll.

Pitching Value Meter: Season Finale

Adam Wainwright is on a roll in his last three starts and with two starts this week lands the NL's top spot in the season finale of the Pitching Value Meter.

Saturday Lineup Card: A Wright Turn

Monday Lineup Card: Cueto Returns, Part III

The rundown of MLB action for Monday, including Johnny Cueto's return

Pitching Value Meter: Max Value

Detroit's Max Scherzer will take a fourth attempt at win No. 20 this week with a matchup against the White Sox.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Get Yourself A Dyson

Pitching Value Meter: Weaver gets his Wings Again

Jered Weaver recovered from a beating in the Bronx to hurl three quality starts in his last four outings, setting him up for a good run this week.

Thursday Lineup Card: See Span Hit and Run

Pitching Value Meter: Speeding into September

Cole Hamels dominated in August for the Phillies. What's the first week of September have in store for the Philadelphia hurler?

Monday Lineup Card: Marco Makes His Mark

Pitching Value Meter: Matchup Proof

Jose Fernandez might be young, but he fears no team, including the division-leading Braves, whom he faces this week.

Tuesday Lineup Card: See You Next Year, Albert

Monday's leading injury news: Albert Pujols was officially shut down for the season.

Pitching Value Meter: Yes Way, Jose

Jose Fernandez gets the Dodgers in one of his two starts this week and might just be one of the few pitchers who can stop the hot-hitting club.

Thursday Lineup Card: The Will to Win

Pitching Value Meter: Giants Look to Cruise Madison Ave

Madison Bumgarner has a gift week as he is slated to face baseball's two worst teams in OPS vs. left-handed pitchers. Is that enough to make him the week's top starter?

Friday Lineup Card: Robbie Is Raking

Sunday Lineup Card: On The Mark

Pitching Value Meter: Tough Week Ahead for Kershaw

Clayton Kershaw has two tough matchups this week, but is that enough to keep him out of the top spot in the National League rankings?

Bernie On The Scene: AL Disappointments & Surprises

Falling short of expectations as a top-three starting pitcher on draft day, Justin Verlander makes Bernie Pleskoff's list of underachievers to this point.