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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 Phillies Team Preview: An Aging Bunch

After a letdown season in 2013 marred by injuries, the Phillies return this season and the team did not become any younger on the roster.

Saturday Lineup Card: A Good Marco-Brew

Saturday Lineup Card: A Slice Of Colby

In Some Depth: Gaping Holes

The Mariners have gone through several catchers this season, but they have a long-term solution in 2012 first-round pick Mike Zunino. Ryan Eisner looks around the league at the biggest vacancies heading into the offseason.

Friday Lineup Card: Jordan The Jet

Tuesday Lineup Card: Buying Mini Miggy

Tuesday Lineup Card: Sad Harvey Day

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.

Behind the Numbers: 30 Players for the Stretch Run

Gordon Beckham is having a nice season, and as his wrist heals, his power should pick up, making him a good addition in the stretch run.

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 - NL: Bell Silenced

The Diamondbacks removed Heath Bell from the closer's job this week, moving to a committee instead. Jan Levine breaks down the various options there.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Thinking Highly of Miley

In Some Depth: The Green Key

Second base has been a revolving door in Oakland this season, but the A's hope that converted shortstop Grant Green is the answer. Ryan Eisner takes a look at the league in the latest edition of In Some Depth.

FAAB Factor - NL: No Ruf Stuff Type of Deal

Ryan Howard has gone on the DL, opening the door for Darin Ruf to get some play at first base before the All-Star break. Jan Levine breaks down his pickup value with the other NL options for the week.

Saturday Lineup Card: Surging Dodgers Add Crawford To Lineup

Friday Lineup Card: Ramos Provides The Fireworks

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.

Wednesday Lineup Card: The Byrd is the Word

Tuesday Lineup Card: Double Doubleheaders

FAAB Factor - NL: Zack Attack

Zack Wheeler could debut this week - Jan Levine breaks down your bid on him in this week's article.

MLB Barometer: The Dangers of Micromanaging

Daniel Murphy gets a positive mention in Howard Bender's column this week.

FAAB Factor-NL: Big Z's New Stripes

Carlos Zambrano has traded in the blue pinstripes of the Cubs and will soon be wearing the red ones of the Phillies. David Regan discusses him and Brandon Beachy among others this week.

Sunday Lineup Card: The Consistent Correia

Charging the Mound: How to Rank Injured Players and Prospects - With Video

When is a top prospect like Will Myers not worth the roster spot?

In Some Depth: Bad Footing

Albert Pujols has already been forced to DH rather than play first base due to his case of plantar fasciitis. If it gets worse, the Angels will be forced to make further adjustments. Ryan Eisner takes a closer look.

Rounding Third: Week 4 Primer

Jeff Erickson can't quit Travis Snider or even put him down for a little while. See his FAAB results and some other planning notes for Week 4 of the MLB season.

FAAB Factor-NL: Countless Buying Opportunities

Pictured in happier (well, at least on the field) times in Tampa Bay, Carl Crawford surprised many by rehabbing his elbow enough to be ready for Opening Day.

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.

MLB Barometer: Smoke Signals

In some instances, spring training smoke means fire. Howard Bender takes a look at Nolan Arenado and others who are an opportunity away from making an impact.