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Fantasy Articles Featuring Matt Harrison

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Matt Harrison's name.

Sunday Lineup Card: Ethier Packs A Punch

Dodgers outfielder makes the ideal fill-in for injured stars.

Sunday Lineup Card: Bullpens Offer No Relief

Managers fret over high-leverage situations that demand the use of 'closers.'

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.

Diamond Cuts: It's Good to be King

Despite feeling tightness in his quad, Mariners pitcher Felix Hernandez is not expected to miss any time. He's one of the lucky ones discussed in Jeff Stotts' latest injury roundup.

Friday Lineup Card: Snag Jake Lamb

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

Over/Under Win Total Bets for 2015: Faith in Oakland Leads Eight Picks

RotoWire President Peter Schoenke gives his annual take on MLB over/under bets. He's won 66.7 percent of his bets over 14 years.

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?

The Saber's Edge: Utilizing Velocity Decline

Pitchers lose velocity as they age, but how much of a drop does it take to become a red flag? Jeff Zimmerman looks at Mat Latos and other pitchers working with less velocity in 2014.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Eugenio in a Bottle

Shortstop has been a trouble spot for the Tigers since Jose Iglesias was ruled out for the season, but a newcomer has given some stability to the position.

Thursday Lineup Card: Beltran, Cain, Cashner Set For Returns

Diamond Cuts: Sore Thumbs

Jeff Stotts discusses Josh Hamilton's latest setback with his thumb injury, and gives the latest on the Rangers' injuries.

Rounding Third: Week 9 Primer

Sean Doolittle went for the highest amount in Jeff Erickson's NFBC league's FAAB bidding this week. See who else got the nod in various leagues this week.

FAAB Factor-AL: Changing Bullpens

Jim Johnson is out, Sean Doolittle appears to be back in for the A's. Andrew Martinez suggests that you should go get Doolittle even if he isn't closing full-time, because his skills are so strong.

Saturday Lineup Card: An Opening For Ichiro

40-year-old Ichiro Suzuki wasn't an everyday player to begin the season, but will likely be forced into a regular role with Carlos Beltran out with an elbow injury.

Thursday Lineup Card: A New Day Rising?

Tuesday Lineup Card: No Way, Jose

Young Marlins ace Jose Fernandez surprisingly hit the DL on Monday and appears to be headed for season-ending Tommy John surgery.

Pitching Value Meter: Wainwright vs. his Nemesis

Adam Wainwright has allowed 13 runs this year, 10 of which have come against the Cubs, who he faces this week.

Thursday Lineup Card: Along Came Polly

Pitching Value Meter: Kershaw Returns to Mound

Clayton Kershaw is scheduled to return from the disabled list this week, and he gets two starts to boot, but where does that leave him in the rankings?

Saturday Lineup Card: Richards Gets Richer

Friday Lineup Card: Relax, Jansen Owners

Chris Perez to steal saves away from Dodgers' closer Kenley Jansen?

Thursday Lineup Card: Scooting Along

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?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Denorfia Delivers

Those in deep or NL-only leagues may want to take a look at the Padres' Chris Denorfia, who can offer a little bit of everything while he continues to receive at-bats.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Have A Niese Day

Fantasy owners have been criminally underrating the Mets' Jon Niese -- who battles Cole Hamels Tuesday night -- in the season's early going.

Monday Lineup Card: Don't Go it A-Loney

FAAB Factor-AL: Back In the Saddle?

Is there a chance that Jim Johnson could regain the A's closer job just weeks after he lost it? Andrew Martinez suggests the possibility and gives you a bidding price on him in this week's article.

Sunday Lineup Card: Hooray For Harrison

Pitching Value Meter: No Ordinary Joe

Has Jose Fernandez done enough to retain his claim as the NL's best pitcher even when Clayton Kershaw returns from the disabled list?