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MLB Job Battles: The Finish Line

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

Spring Training Job Battles: And We're Off

Clay Link details all the relevant job battles from around the league prior to the start of spring ball.

Rangers Team Preview: Improved Health, Renewed Expectations

The Rangers used more players last season than any team in the history of baseball, as the injuries hit early and just kept coming. Do they have enough to contend with improved health?

FAAB Factor-NL: September Speculation

Will the Dodgers call up Joc Pederson when rosters expand in September? How about the Phillies - will they give Maikel Franco the call? Jan Levine gives you an early look at both in this week's article.

Sunday Lineup Card: Arcia Heats Up Minnesota

Twins' outfielder continues to set torrid pace in August.

Thursday Lineup Card: Rutledge Rusty, But Secure

Thursday Lineup Card: Colby Lewis On The Rise?

DFS Baseball 101: The Art of Stacking

Stacking is a commonly-used strategy in daily MLB games, but some sites limit the opportunity, which has made mini-stacking popular.

In Some Depth: Likely Movers

In this week's edition of In Some Depth, Ryan Eisner looks at the players likely to be traded by the July 31 non-waiver deadline.

DFS Baseball 101: Breaking Down FanDuel Hitting

Michael Rathburn crunches the numbers and identifies the best hitter to target (or avoid) on FanDuel

FAAB Factor-NL: No Go For CarGo

Corey Dickerson has taken ahold of a full-time job in the outfield for the Rockies with Carlos Gonzalez on the DL. See how much Jan Levine suggests you bid for him in this week's article.

Rounding Third: Week 10 Primer

See this week's great schedules and awful schedules, free agent results and trades in expert leagues, including one deal in AL Tout Wars where Jeff Erickson dealt away Gordon Beckham.

FAAB Factor-NL: And the Oscar Goes To ...

Who will be the lucky winner in FAAB bidding on the Cardinals' Oscar Taveras this week? RotoWire's Jan Levine tells you how much he would bid if given the opportunity.

MLB Barometer: Bargains At the V-Mart

Ryan Howard is showing all the signs of turning 35 this year and makes Vlad Sedler's downgrade list this week.

Bats & Balls: My Favorite Metrics

Will Troy Tulowitzki keep up his torrid pace? Dave Regan shares the stats he looks to most when evaluating whether players will improve, maintain or regress.

Bats & Balls: April NFBC FAAB Review

K-Rod has proven a profitable waiver-wire pickup, but what's the best way to spend FAAB for saves?

Collette Calls: BABIP Surprises

While some players like Anaheim's Mike Trout carry a higher BABIP baseline, there are many players with correction on the horizon in the coming months. Jason Collette takes a closer look at the early surprises.

Rounding Third: Difficult Cuts

Even though Jake Odorizzi has newfound job security in the Rays' rotation, Jeff Erickson cut him on his NFBC Main Event team.

Monday Lineup Card: Sizemore Really Does Matter

FAAB Factor - NL: Big Bid on Dee Gordon?

Does Dee Gordon merit a big bid this week after he won the Dodgers' starting second base job? Jan Levine breaks it down for us in his initial column of the season.

2014 Cubs Team Preview: Baby Bears In Hibernation

The Cubs are coming off a third-straight 90-loss season and appear headed for more of the same. However, a talented quartet of prospects are on the way and bring a bright future to the North Side.

In Some Depth: 2013 Surprises

Braves catcher Evan Gattis was among the biggest depth chart movers this season. Ryan Eisner looks at similar movers around the diamond in the final installment of In Some Depth for 2013.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Byrd Flies Over To Pittsburgh

Tuesday Lineup Card: Sad Harvey Day

Monday Lineup Card: Marco Makes His Mark

The RotoWire 200: August Edition

With approximately six weeks left in the season, Derek VanRiper takes a final crack at the Top 200 overall with the removal of Nelson Cruz and others suspended for their connection to Biogenesis.

Monday Lineup Card: A Vulnerable Mariano?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Yes Way, Jose

MLB Barometer: The Replacements

Howard Bender suggests a few alternatives for replacing injured players like Carlos Gonzalez or one of the suspended players in the Biogenesis scandal.

The Wheelhouse: So You Want to Be a GM?

After criticizing Royals general manager Dayton Moore's only trade at Wednesday's non-waiver deadline, Derek VanRiper retraces his steps over the past 18 months and questions some of his own decisions.