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Fantasy Articles Featuring Matt Cain

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Matt Cain's name.

Monday Lineup Card: Dealin' Derek

Derek Holland is 1-0 with a 0.99 ERA and 22:3 K:BB over his last four starts.

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.

Monday Lineup Card: Buckle Down On Buchholz

Clay Buchholz is 3-0 with a 2.10 ERA over his last four starts.

Monday Lineup Card: Collin-g McHugh

Astros starter Collin McHugh is 4-0 with a 1.97 ERA over his last five starts.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Call-Up Day, Part Deux

In a seemingly endless sea of September call-ups, the Phillies' Maikel Franco rates as one of the shining stars of the group.

Monday Lineup Card: Stealing Schafer

Jordan Schafer was second in MLB with 11 steals in August.

Mound Musings: State of the Staff Overviews

The Nationals have solidified their position atop the division thanks to pitching, and Stephen Strasburg hasn't even hit his stride yet.

Monday Lineup Card: Injuries Abound

A's reliever Luke Gregerson is Monday's recommended pickup on the heels of Sean Doolittle's oblique injury.

Monday Lineup Card: Rocky Mountain Return

Michael Cuddyer returned to the Rockies' lineup Sunday after hitting .611 with six doubles, nine RBI and seven runs scored over eight rehab games in the minors.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Pining For Pineda

Michael Pineda, out since late April due to a suspension and then a back injury, is finally set to make his return to the mound Wednesday.

Monday Lineup Card: Peralta Steals Home and the Attention of Fantasy Owners

Diamondbacks outfielder David Peralta is Monday's recommended pickup.

Mound Musings: Two-Strike Studs

Putting hitters away in two-strike counts is one of the most important factors when evaluating pitchers, and no starter does it better than Felix Hernandez.

Diamond Cuts: An Aversion To Avulsions

Jeff Stotts details what the recent clarification of Andrew McCutchen's rib injury means.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Baez And Sellers

The Cubs are finally calling up coveted middle-infield prospect Javier Baez, who'll get a chance to start his career with a bang in his debut at Coors Field on Tuesday.

Monday Lineup Card: Gyorko Going Gone

Padres second baseman Jedd Gyorko has been hot since returning from the DL on July 28.

Sunday Lineup Card: A Vogt Of Confidence

Heavily-used utility player continues pace at the plate

Saturday Lineup Card: Solarte Sizzles Again

Yangervis Solarte continues slugging for San Diego after his trade from the Yankees.

Friday Lineup Card: Streaky J.P. For Me?

Recognizing value even among streaky hitters can be a bit tricky...

Mound Musings: The Tradewinds Continue to Blow

Do the Cardinals have the magic to help Justin Masterson turn around his season?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Bet on Brett

The Colorado rotation is often a place where good pitchers go to die, but lefty Brett Anderson is doing his best to rewrite that narrative.

FAAB Factor-NL: Reunited - Will It Feel So Good?

Jake Peavy's trade to the Giants reunites him with former manager Bruce Bochy? Can he conjure similar results now that he's back in the NL?

Diamond Cuts: Tulo-git To Quit

Troy Tulowitzki finally hit the DL on Tuesday for the first time this season with his thigh injury.

Tuesday Lineup Card: McCarthyism

Unlucky and underrated, Brandon McCarthy looks like a strong second-half option in a wide variety of formats.

Monday Lineup Card: Leave It To Lee

All the info you need for Monday's daily action.

Pitching Value Meter: Smooth Saling

As the second half gets into full swing, Chris Sale gets two teams this week that he usually dominates.

Saturday Lineup Card: d'Arnaud Regrets

Travis d'Arnaud has been swinging a hot bat since his recall from Triple-A, and is now occupying the fifth spot in the order for the Mets.

Behind the Numbers: Spring Predictions Gone Wrong

You can't always be right, and Evan Longoria is one of the players we missed on this year. Why is he making us look bad?

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.

Pitching Value Meter: Kershaw's Brilliance Limited this Week

Clayton Kershaw has been unreal lately, but he has only one start this week. Is that enough to knock him from the top ranking?

Friday Lineup Card: Tomlindependence Day

Josh Tomlin is coming off a one-hitter against the Mariners. Can he keep it going against the Royals on America's birthday?