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Fantasy Articles Featuring Joe Blanton

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Spring Training Job Battles: Opportunity Knocks

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

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 Angels Team Preview: Old And New Uncertainty

The Angels had one of the most disappointing seasons in 2013 following record-setting spending on free agency. With the budget stretched thin, can their offseason moves turn into a return to the postseason?

FAAB Factor - AL: Soriano and Garza

We've seen two big names (relatively) cross leagues, with both players going over to the AL in Matt Garza and Alfonso Soriano. Andrew Martinez suggests how much you should bid on each.

The Wheelhouse: All In

The Rangers are once again going all in while making a World Series push, and perhaps another move or two will follow the addition of Matt Garza. Derek VanRiper takes a look around the American League heading into the non-waiver trade deadline.

Collette Calls: Adjusting Baselines

Is it time to adjust our baselines for pitching metrics -- specifically, K/BB? Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Monday Lineup Card: Underrated Prospect Urrutia

Pitching Value Meter: Max is Top Dog

Max Scherzer is the top dog in baseball this week with two starts against offenses that don't have much fight in them.

Sunday Lineup Card: You'll Want Jhoulys

Bernie On The Scene: What Should They Do - AL?

With Francisco Lindor moving up the ladder, should the Indians trade Asdrubal Cabrera to address their other organizational needs? RotoWire's Man on the Scene Bernie Pleskoff takes a look around the American League.

Tuesday Lineup Card: The Grant Is Greener

Pitching Value Meter: Maximum Effort

Max Scherzer doesn't have an easy slate of starts this week, but he hasn't gotten this far by beating up on tomato cans.

Thursday Lineup Card: Be Like Mike

Behind the Numbers: Likes and Dislikes

In which category does Jarrod Parker belong? An expected breakout hasn't happened yet for Parker, but can he turns things around in the second half?

Pitching Value Meter: LA's K-Man

Even a trip to Coors Field can't knock Clayton Kershaw off his perch as the league's top starter this week.

Saturday Lineup Card: New Shortstop In Seattle

Sunday Lineup Card: Go Miles With Lyles

Tuesday Lineup Card: Double Doubleheaders

Sunday Lineup Card: Blank Check

Pitching Value Meter: Move Over Felix, Kuma's the King

Hisashi Iwakuma is the king of the American League this week with starts against two free-swinging clubs.

Monday Lineup Card: Ubaldo Is Back

Pitching Value Meter: Ace of the AL

Felix Hernandez is the only elite pitcher in the AL this week with two starts, making the Seattle ace an easy pick for top honors in the Value Meter.

Transaction Analysis: Lawrie's a Blue Jay

Brett Lawrie is back on the disabled list, this time as a result of a sprained left ankle.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Dee-Moted

Rounding Third: One Crazy Hour

Bryce Harper's departure from Sunday's game was part of a string of wild events that could have huge fantasy implications. We look at schedule nuances and FAAB results as well in this week's primer.

Pitching Value Meter: Harvey Rises to the Top

Matt Harvey could be headed for a big week with two starts, including facing the cross-town rival Yankees.

Mound Musings: New Arms Arriving Daily

Jake Odorizzi finally got an opportunity with the Rays, and other prospect pitchers are about to get theirs as teams reach into the minors for callups.

Thursday Lineup Card: Buying Porcello

Circling the Bases: Curious Cases

Ray Flowers sends a skeptical tone about Patrick Corbin and Didi Gregorius in this week's version.

Pitching Value Meter: Miller Time in St. Louis

The young lad Shelby Miller sneaks up the rankings this week with two starts in pitcher-friendly parks. But where did the Cardinal land?