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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.

Mound Musings: NL West Spotlight

Tim Lincecum's star has fallen, but does that offer a profit-making opportunity on draft day?

Spring Training Job Battles: Opportunity Knocks

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

The Wheelhouse: NL LABR Review

While there wasn't a $40 hitter in the National League pool during Sunday's LABR auction, Paul Goldschmidt might be a steal for DVR at $33.

Painting the Black: Five Setup Men To Watch

Jensen Lewis suggests that more has changed with Carlos Marmol than his location.

Spring Training Job Battles: An Early Look

Now that spring training is in full swing, Brian Pelowski looks around the league at jobs that are up for grabs. Can Miguel Sano become the Opening Day starter at third base in Minnesota?

2014 Diamondbacks Preview: More of the Same?

The addition of Mark Trumbo provides more pop in the D-Backs' lineup, but can Paul Goldschmidt and company chase down the Dodgers in the NL West?

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.

Collette Calls: Hey, Mr. Wilson!

A thin market of relievers should leave Brian Wilson with an opportunity to close somewhere in 2014. Is it a good idea? Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Mound Musings: Looking Back, and Looking Ahead, Part II

Jarred Cosart has plenty of upside, but fantasy owners, and the Astros too, must remember to have ample patience.

FAAB Factor - NL: David Wright Returns

We used all of our restraint to avoid coming up with a pun on David Wright's name. Just realize that he's probably coming back this week.

Sunday Lineup Card: Angel Behind The Plate

Saturday Lineup Card: A Slice Of Colby

Thursday Lineup Card: See Span Hit and Run

Mound Musings: 2014 Cream of the Crop

Yu Darvish might not be the top starting pitcher entering 2014, but he'll be one of the top hurlers off the board.

Monday Lineup Card: Marco Makes His Mark

Sunday Lineup Card: They Call Him Scooter

Mound Musings: The Trials of Innings Limits

Matt Harvey's is quickly approaching his innings limit this season, creating havoc for fantasy owners.

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.

FAAB Factor - NL: The Metropolitan Hawkeye

Have the Mets found an option to sub as the closer while Bobby Parnell is out? Jan Levine discusses that and much more about the National League.

Sunday Lineup Card: On The Mark

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.

MLB Barometer: Contingency Plans

With the trade deadline approaching, you should be aware of players potentially getting dealt and what might result of those trades. You should also start preparing more for pitchers hitting innings limits like Matt Harvey.

Mound Musings: State of the Staffs

Stephen Strasburg is young, but this is his time to step up and be a leader for the Nationals, who could be poised for a second-half push.

Friday Lineup Card: Diamonds And Wood

Mound Musings: Futures Game Fallout

Noah Syndergaard pitches older than his young age and, as he showed at the Futures Game, gives the Mets a lot to like.

Diamond Cuts: The All-Scar Team

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

FAAB Factor - NL: Bell Silenced

The Diamondbacks removed Heath Bell from the closer's job this week, moving to a committee instead. Jan Levine breaks down the various options there.

Saturday Lineup Card: Rendon Is The Keystone

Mound Musings: Ticking Time Bombs

Is Dan Haren a ticking time bomb? Here's a look at pitchers to avoid in the second half.