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Collette Calls: Red Light, Green Light?

The Tigers didn't run much under former manager Jim Leyland, but could Austin Jackson and company see significant gains in stolen bases with Brad Ausmus at the helm?

2014 Braves Team Preview: Live By The Sword

The Braves ran away with the NL East crown in 2013, but a free-swinging offense led to an early exit in the postseason. Can the same power-hitting mentality take them back to the playoffs again in 2014?

2014 Indians Team Preview: Contender Or Fluke?

The Indians made a brilliant return to the playoffs under Terry Francona in 2013. After a relatively quiet offseason, will they be able to put it together again in 2014?

Behind the Backstop: The Non-Tender Team

In this week's edition of Behind the Backstop, Tory Hernandez ponders the Angels' decision to non-tender Tommy Hanson at a time where the organization needs starting pitching.

In Some Depth: Playing Out the String

With the D-Backs approaching mathematical elimination from a postseason berth, Matt Davidson could see an increased run of playing time at third base in the near future.

Transaction Analysis: He's Back

Derek Jeter is back again from the disabled list for the Yankees, but the question is for how long.

FAAB Factor - NL: The Doc Is In

Roy Halladay came off the DL Sunday and picked up the win in his first game back. What should we expect for the rest of the year? Jan Levine weighs in with his opinion.

Tuesday Lineup Card: See You Next Year, Albert

Monday's leading injury news: Albert Pujols was officially shut down for the season.

FAAB Factor - AL: I Think You're Starting, Mr. Anderson

Brett Anderson at one point was ramping up to pitch in the bullpen, but it now looks like the A's will put him back into the starting rotation when he comes off the DL.

Friday Lineup Card: Cobb Returns, Beats M's

FAAB Factor - AL: Back To the Future

Alex Rodriguez and Manny Ramirez feature prominently in Andrew Martinez's article this week. What year is this anyways?

Transaction Analysis: B.J. and the Bear

The Braves placed B.J. Upton on the DL this week and said hello to the return of El Oso Blanco.

FAAB Factor - AL: Second Chances

Kevin Gausman is up for his second taste of major league experience and might go back into the rotation this week. Andrew Martinez discusses Gausman and a host of players getting second chances this week.

In Some Depth: Opportunity Rox

Troy Tulowitzki's latest injury has provided another opportunity for Josh Rutledge, but he's failed to deliver so far. Ryan Eisner takes a look around the league at depth chart situations in flux.

FAAB Factor - AL: Rating the New Closing Options

Andrew Martinez prefers Koji Uehara over the new options in Detroit and Seattle this week.

MLB Barometer: Falling Off

Dan Haren's struggles have continued to the point where the Nats had to put him on the DL. Howard Bender discusses Haren among his fallers this week.

FAAB Factor - AL: The Next Big Thing

The Mariners surprisingly recalled elite catching prospect Mike Zunino this week. Andrew Martinez tells you how much to bid on him and many other top free agent targets.

Rounding Third: Profar's Price

What sort of value does Jurickson Profar have in a keeper or dynasty league? Can you even get fair value for him in such a league where there's an in-season salary cap?

In Some Depth: Falling Out

Are the Brewers getting closer to pulling the plug on Rickie Weeks? Ryan Eisner takes a look at depth chart situations around the league in this week's edition of In Some Depth.

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.

In Some Depth: Volatility Check

Tigers manager Jim Leyland rarely changes the lineup in Detroit, providing steady value for the hitters around Miguel Cabrera.

Rounding Third: Week 7 Primer

Edwin Encarnacion and the Blue Jays have just five games this week, one of three teams to be shorted. Check out the schedule nuances and the FAAB results in this week's Primer.

FAAB Factor - AL: Closer Speculation Abounds

Even though Fernando Rodney converted his sixth save of the season Sunday, his walk rate is way up, leading Andrew Martinez to speculate whether we should pay attention to the alternatives in the Rays' bullpen.

MLB Barometer: Read the Other Players

Howard Bender suggests to read the other players in your league when trying to get an edge. Among his recommendations this week is to hold steady on Allen Craig.

In Some Depth: Flash Junior Returns

Injuries have ravaged the Dodgers' middle infield, providing Dee Gordon with another opportunity to provide speed for fantasy owners. Ryan Eisner examines middle-infield situations in flux around the league.

FAAB Factor - AL: Say No To Ricky Ro

Ricky Romero is back with the big club thanks to Josh Johnson going on the DL. But is he up to stay? Andrew Martinez is dubious of Romero's chances.

Bernie On The Scene: Wil Power

Rays fans and fantasy owners are awaiting the callup of Wil Myers, but fresh off his scouting trip to Durham, RotoWire's Bernie Pleskoff believes that we may not see him in Tampa Bay until after the All-Star break.

Spring Training Job Battles: Spring Conclusions

How will the Dodgers replace Hanley Ramirez? Brian Pelowski looks around the league as the spring job battles wrap up on the brink of Opening Day.

Spring Training Job Battles: Early March Update

Brian Pelowski takes a look around the league at job battles for all 30 teams -- including the fallout from Mark Teixeira's wrist injury.

Bernie On The Scene: Shortstop Rankings

Starlin Castro continues to inch his way toward the elite at his position. RotoWire's Man on the Scene Bernie Pleskoff shares his shortstop rankings for 2013.