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Fantasy Articles Featuring Ricky Nolasco

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Ricky Nolasco's name.

Thursday Lineup Card: Gregor Blanco To The Rescue?

With the news of Hunter Pence recently joining the disabled list, Gregor Blanco is going to get full-time at-bats down the stretch

Friday Lineup Card: Say It Ain't So, Bo!

Bo Schultz only needed two pitches to retire two batters in the ninth inning on Thursday for the Blue Jays to snag his first save of the season.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Will the Real Corbin Please Stand Up?

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?

Saturday Lineup Card: Happy Fourth of July

Chris Benzine discusses Alejandro De Aza's recent hot streak and why you should consider him in some formats, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Fantasy 101: Evaluating Starting Pitchers on FanDuel

Michael Rathburn explains how he picks starting pitchers on FanDuel and breaks down the stats to show which ones have provided the most value this season.

Saturday Lineup Card: Schwarber Can Stick

Chris Benzine discusses why Kyle Schwarber could stick around with the Cubs, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Farm Futures: The Best of Who's Left

A number of elite prospects have been called up to the majors this season, but there are still a number of big-time players left in the minors who could get promoted soon.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Sweet, Sweet Odor

After posting an OPS over 1.000 following his demotion to Triple-A, Rougned Odor picked up three hits in his return to the big leagues Monday.

Bats & Balls: More Prospects on the Way

David Regan reviews the next prospects likely to get called up as we get deeper into summer, including the Dodgers' Corey Seager, who looks like an All-Star in the making.

Saturday Lineup Card: Call On Ross

Chris Benzine discusses why Joe Ross should be considered for pickup in the short term, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Friday Lineup Card: The Butler Did It!

As Joey Butler continues to gain consistency with his at-bats, he proves that a 29-year old rookie can have value.

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.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Foltynewicz Getting Under Control

Sunday Lineup Card: Stealing Time From A Speedster

Oakland is a curious place to look for offense, but one exception is enjoying a solid season.

Pitching Value Meter: Mad Max

Paul Sporer's weekly look at starting pitching finds Max Scherzer dominating in the nation's capital more than even the most aggressive projections predicted.

FanDuel MLB: Monday Picks

Kevin Payne has no reason to trust Red starter Jason Marquis on Memorial Day and will consider a Rockies stack against him, including Nolan Arenado, who's on fire.

Monday Lineup Card: Go Ham for Hamilton?

The 2010 AL MVP is Monday's Recommended Pickup upon his impending return to the Texas Rangers.

Pitching Value Meter: Not the Bum He Used to be

Two-start Madison Bumgarner bounced back after a rocky start and is dealing lately, but where does that leave him in Paul Sporer's rankings this week?

Tuesday Lineup Card: Levying Shoemaker

DraftKings MLB: Monday-Wednesday Value Plays

Rotowire's Jerry Donabedian is looking to ride the Cleveland pitching staff on DraftKings this week.

Pitching Value Meter: Living Up to the Hype

Paul Sporer is particularly impressed this week with Matt Harvey, who has not had trouble living up to his preseason hype.

FantasyScore MLB: Wednesday Picks

Neil Parker thinks Corey Kluber is due for a bounce back, and he's targeting him for his FantasyScore lineups Wednesday.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Bradley Almost Back from Head Injury

Pitching Value Meter: The Golden Archer

Paul Sporer likes what he sees from Chris Archer, despite consecutive four-walk games, enough to vault him up the rankings in a two-start week.

Thursday Lineup Card: Morrison To The Rescue?

Logan Morrison hasnít lived up to his status as a one-time top prospect, although at some point I think he puts it together. Is this it? Has Morrison figured it all out?

FAAB Factor - AL: Mediocre Shortstops Abound

Jake Marisnick and the Astros are stealing a ton of bases, writes RotoWire's Andrew Martinez in this week's edition of AL FAAB Factor.

Pitching Value Meter: It's Good to be the King

Paul Sporer's top-ranked pitcher this week is a two-start Felix Hernandez, who is so good his disappointments are envied by lesser pitchers.

Saturday Lineup Card: Don't Dwell on Swell Odubel

Odubel Herrera has become started the season strong, and Chris Benzine discusses why he shouldn't sit on your waiver wire.

Friday Lineup Card: Pillar, Not Millar!

Considering the injury history of some Blue Jaysí players, namely Michael Saunders and Jose Bautista, Pillar is worth a snag for depth.