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Fantasy Articles Featuring Casey Janssen

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Casey Janssen's name.

Saturday Lineup Card: Closing Time For Castro

Miguel Castro appears to have taken over the closer role for the Blue Jays. That, plus more discussed in Saturday's lineup card.

Friday Lineup Card: Snag Jake Lamb

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

Blue Jays Team Preview: Divisional Woes

Edwin Encarnacion has been a steady source of power ever since joining the Blue Jays. Can he stay healthy for more than 128 games this season?

Mound Musings: Arms to Watch in the NL East

Brad Johnson continues his look around the big leagues and finds some intriguing arms in the NL East, including the Mets' Noah Syndergaard.

Chasing Saves: Setup Men Who Could Close

Jeff Zimmerman ranks setup men according to the number of saves they could get this season, and Philadelphia's Ken Giles might be the best bet.

Nationals Team Preview: Mission Not Accomplished (Yet)

Anthony Rendon had a breakout season in 2014, but he and his teammates fell short in the playoffs last year. Erik Siegrist explores whether their offseason moves will allow them to take the next step.

Thursday Lineup Card: Marisnick Sizzles

Mound Musings: Looking Back, Looking Ahead, Part II

Prospect pitcher Kevin Gausman is up to stay and is built to be a workhorse for the Orioles.

MLB Barometer: Old Huddy Duddy

Tim Hudson has been a serious second-half fader, and RotoWire's Vlad Sedler wonders whether there's a rebound left in him.

Mound Musings: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

Nathan Eovaldi can handcuff hitters with both velocity and movement and should be ready next season to help owners from the get-go.

MLB Barometer: All Betts Are On

Mookie Betts is getting an extended run of playing time in September and taking advantage of it. He makes Vlad Sedler's 'Risers' list in this week's Barometer.

FAAB Factor-AL: Uehara Down

As the season winds down in September, more closers are falling by the wayside, including Koji Uehara with the Red Sox. Andrew Martinez discusses Uehara's replacements among those in this week's article.

Saturday Lineup Card: Not Dunn Yet

Adam Dunn is producing after a change of scenery, and Chris Benzine discusses why he is worth a look at first base.

Mound Musings: 2015 Draft Day Aces

Clayton Kershaw is, of course, the top fantasy pitcher heading into 2015, but who else should be on your short list of starters to watch?

Monday Lineup Card: Stealing Schafer

Jordan Schafer was second in MLB with 11 steals in August.

FAAB Factor-AL: September Expansion Is Nigh

September roster expansion is a day away, and after that it might not be too long until the Royals get back the services of Eric Hosmer.

Mound Musings: State of the Staff Overviews

The Nationals have solidified their position atop the division thanks to pitching, and Stephen Strasburg hasn't even hit his stride yet.

Thursday Lineup Card: Good Luck With O'Flaherty

Bats & Balls: Second-Half Duds

Nelson Cruz has seen a dramatic drop in second-half production, but could he be poised for a rebound in September?

Saturday Lineup Card: Worley of a Pickup

Pirates starter Vance Worley has picked up his game on the mound in recent weeks, making him a viable option for fantasy owners.

Friday Lineup Card: Streaky J.P. For Me?

Recognizing value even among streaky hitters can be a bit tricky...

MLB Barometer: Minor Disappointment

Mike Minor has been a disappointment for many fantasy owners this season, including RotoWire's Vlad Sedler.

Tuesday Lineup Card: The Strike-Thrower

Mound Musings: Playing for Keeps

For many owners, it's time to look toward next season, and that means identifying arms, like Nathan Eovaldi, who are the real deal.

Sunday Lineup Card: Reel In Chris Young

A look at Sunday’s matchups

Diamond Cuts: All-Scar Team

In the year of the Tommy John Surgery, Jose Fernandez's injury has been the most impactful. Jeff Stotts reveals the rest of his annual All-Scar team in this week's article.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Hahn's Solo Act in San Diego

His supporting cast may be brutal, but Padres right-hander Jesse Hahn has managed to reel off four wins and a 1.95 ERA over five starts since joining the rotation.

Sunday Lineup Card: Chicks Dig Chris Carter

Thursday Lineup Card: STELLAAAA!