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Fantasy Articles Featuring Prince Fielder

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Prince Fielder's name.

MLB Barometer: A Wink and a Smyly

As draft season winds down, Vlad Sedler tells who's climbing the rankings and who's dropping.

Diamond Cuts: Lone Star Recoveries

The Rangers' offense could be dominant this season if Prince Fielder and Shin-Soo Choo can fully recover from their injury-plagued 2014 seasons.

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.

Collette Calls: Baseball Loves Lefties

Robinson Cano could face a disproportionate number of lefties this year in AL West play.

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.

Rangers Team Preview: Improved Health, Renewed Expectations

The Rangers used more players last season than any team in the history of baseball, as the injuries hit early and just kept coming. Do they have enough to contend with improved health?

Short Hops Podcast: Episode 74: Spring Training Begins

DVR & Bernie return to talk about the big news early on in spring training -- including the clean bills of health for Joey Votto, Prince Fielder, and Manny Machado.

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.

Collette Calls: Tax Season

Jason Collette looks at players carrying premium prices this spring, including Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong.

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.

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.

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?

Collette Calls: Profits & Losses - Hitters

Anthony Rendon stayed healthy and was among the biggest sources of profit among hitters in 2014. Jason Collette takes a closer look.

In Some Depth: Lineup Review

In the final 2014 installment of In Some Depth, Ryan Eisner looks around the league to see which teams used the greatest number of lineups this season.

Painting the Black: The Wild Card Races

Jensen Lewis projects the winners and losers of the Wild Card races over the last 10 days of the season.

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.

In Some Depth: September Expansion

The Cards are still waiting for Oscar Taveras to solve big league pitching, but for now he remains atop the RF depth chart in St. Louis. Could that change with expanded rosters?

Diamond Cuts: Captain of Bad Puns

Every pun using David Wright's last name has been already used, but Jeff Stotts is concerned about a bigger issue - Wright's shoulder. He wonders if there's something serious underneath the shoulder and neck issues that have bothered Wright lately.

In Some Depth: The Next Call

Javier Baez will join the Cubs on Tuesday as they continue to infuse their big league roster with young talent from the farm. Ryan Eisner takes a look around the league following the non-waiver trade deadline in the latest installment of In Some Depth.

In Some Depth: Brave New World

The Braves have already cast Dan Uggla aside. Is it time for them to cut bait on B.J. Upton next? Ryan Eisner explores that and a few other potential job changes in this week's edition.

Diamond Cuts: All-Scar Team

In the year of the Tommy John Surgery, Jose Fernandez's injury has been the most impactful. Jeff Stotts reveals the rest of his annual All-Scar team in this week's article.

Saturday Lineup Card: Stromania

Marcus Stroman has posted a 2.43 ERA in his five starts for the Blue Jays, making his early-season struggled out of the bullpen seem like a distant memory.

MLB Barometer: Flash Gordon

Alex Gordon's resurgence coincided with the Royals' win-streak that ended last week. He rates on Vlad Sedler's

Saturday Lineup Card: New No. 2 Hitter In Baltimore?

Steve Pearce has occupied the two-hole in each of the Orioles' last three games, making him a decent speculative target for those in deeper mixed leagues.

Minor League Barometer: Bell is Ringing for Pirates

Pirates prospect Josh Bell had a decent 2013 season, but may finally be tapping into his true potential this season.

The Saber's Edge: Tracking Home Runs

Jose Abreu has provided even more power than expected through his first two-plus months in the big leagues. Can he sustain that level of home-run production?

Diamond Cuts: Cramping Conundrum

Cramps have been the injury du jour in the sports world of late, and Jeff Stotts breaks down the setback, particularly the one that is bothering Detroit's Torii Hunter.

Bats & Balls: Revisiting Keeper Rankings

Where does Troy Tulowitzki rank now on a keeper list, and is his amazing start enough to look past his health issues?