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Fantasy Articles Featuring Andrew Miller

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Andrew Miller's name.

Collette Calls: Managing Second-Half Expectations

Jason Collette looks at recent history to find some realistic projections for fantasy categories in the second half. For example, how many home runs should you expect from a player in the second half?

Mound Musings: Know When to Hold ‘Em

Brad Johnson is expecting big second-half performances from some slow-starting pitchers.

Thursday Lineup Card: Look To Deal Clippard?

Tyler Clippard is a free agent in 2016 and if the A’s don’t get back into the playoff race soon, GM Billy Beane could sell Clippard off to the highest bidder.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Tinker with Taylor

Monday Lineup Card: Cain Is Able

Matt Cain is healthy and will likely be cleared to reclaim a spot in the Giants' rotation early next week.

Sunday Lineup Card: An Unlikely Embarrassment Of Riches

The Mets now feature a rotation that is younger – and arguably more dynamic – than just about any in baseball.

Thursday Lineup Card: Randal Grichuk, Untapped Power Source

Grichuk is prone to a streaky bat, but the power potential he carries in a potent Cardinals lineup is worth the risk.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Ray of Hope?

Robbie Ray is 2-2 with a 1.78 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 23:9 K:BB over 30.1 innings through five starts for Arizona.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Pencil In The Eraser

Monday Lineup Card: Red Byrd Return

Monday's Recommended Pickup is a 37-year-old outfielder who returned from a broken wrist much earlier than expected.

Thursday Lineup Card: Betances Continues To Roll

With Andrew Miller still sidelined to injury, Dellin Betances continues to fill in admirably.

Monday Lineup Card: Man in the Bux

Byron Buxton made his MLB debut Sunday, going 0-for-4 with two strikeouts in the Twins' 4-3 win over the Rangers.

Saturday Lineup Card: Getting To Know Eugenio

Chris Benzine discusses what Zack Cozart's injury means for the recently recalled Eugenio Suarez, and why you should consider him for your league.

Mound Musings: Draft Day

Brad Johnson recaps the first-year player draft and some pitchers to watch in the coming years.

Thursday Lineup Card: It's May Day

The 25-year old May was once a touted prospect for the Twins, and while he hasn’t debuted with a boom during his young career he still offers some intrigue as a backend pitcher to roster in deeper leagues

Thursday Lineup Card: McCullers May Stick

Due to some Astros pitching injuries, the 21-year old McCullers received the call to start on May 18 against the Athletics.

Friday Lineup Card: Red Sox Pitcher Has Impressive Debut

Minor League Barometer: Down But Not Out

Jesse Siegel looks at minor leaguers on the comeback trail after being derailed by injuries, including outfield prospect Austin Meadows.

Bats & Balls: A Look at the 30 Closer Situations

David Regan reviews each team's closer situation this week, including a look at what to make of the Marlins now that Steve Cishek has been jettisoned from the role.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Marisnick Swings a Hot Stick

Thursday Lineup Card: Betances Still Offers Value

Well, all of you Dellin Betances’ owners out there that were expecting a 40-save season? You can take comfort in knowing that Betances will at least nab a few saves here and there, while giving you dominant ratios and strikeouts.

The Lineup Card: Will Dodgers See the Light with Guerrero?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Will Dodgers See the Light with Guerrero?

Bats & Balls: Observations from Opening Week

Dave Regan sizes up the first week of the baseball season and likes what he sees in Colorado, especially from Nolan Arenado.

Mound Musings: Surprises Are In Store?

How many of this spring's big surprises will turn into real values? Brad Johnson discusses.

MLB Job Battles: The Finish Line

Clay Link recaps the winners and losers from all the major job battles in spring training.

Monday Lineup Card: Let's Grilli for MLB's First Full Slate

FAAB Factor - AL: Many Options To Sort Through

Koji Uehara's injury has opened the door for a couple of speculative plays in the AL this week, writes RotoWire's Andrew Martinez.

Bats & Balls: Top-10 Lists for 2015

Dave Regan's top-10 lists includes Sleepers and Spring Overreaction Stats, such as Kolten Wong's spring struggles.

Mound Musings: The Do No Harm Strategy

Brad Johnson details how to spare your rotation harm even when not all of your starting pitchers are elite.