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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.

Bats and Balls: An Offseason Review

Spring Training Job Battles: Setting the Table

As spring training begins, Brian Pelowski takes a look around the league to examine job battles for all 30 teams.

Rangers' Team Preview: Losing Ground

After a disappointing offseason, the Rangers are no longer clear-cut favorites in the improving American League West.

Mound Musings: 3 Third-Year Pitchers for 2013

Jeremy Hellickson looks ready for a breakout season in his third year in the league in 2013.

In Some Depth: Nearing the Deadline

Saturday Lineup Card: New Closer Up in Big Apple

The Lineup Card: Nuthin' But a Gee Thang

Tuesday Lineup Card: Bauer Hour

FAAB Factor - NL: Howard Nearing His Return

Ryan Howard is getting closer and closer to returning -- will he be a fantasy gamechanger when he hits the field?

Pitching Value Meter: Ready for Rangers Return

Derek Holland's shoulder injury is progressing to the point that he might return this week. Get him back in your lineup.

Transaction Analysis: Welcome Back Weaver

Wednesday Lineup Card: Everything is A-Aoki

FAAB Factor - NL: Trevor Bauer's Time Near?

Sunday Lineup Card: Berkman, Bonifacio to DL?

Transaction Analysis: Big Names Head to DL

Friday Lineup Card: End Of A Rivera

Saturday Lineup Card: Harper Gets the Call

Transaction Analysis: Pitcher Injuries Abound

Monday Lineup Card: Pull The Hammer On Hammel

FAAB Factor - NL: Carlos Quentin On The Way Back

Carlos Quentin and Allen Craig headline some injured players on their way back to the majors.

Sunday Lineup Card: Cordero in Blue

Pitching Value Meter: Felix Holds Court

Fresh off a 12-strikeout performance, Felix Hernandez tops the AL rankings with two starts this week.

MLB Barometer: Spring Training Risers and Fallers

Matt Thornton appears to have won the White Sox closer job, and RotoWire's Eric Nehs believes that Thornton will keep the job all season.

Spring Training Job Battles: Countdown to Opening Day

Joakim Soria's season-ending injury has opened the door for a new closer in K.C., but who will win the job as Opening Day draws near?

Spring Training Job Battles: Early Frontrunners

Spring Job Battles: Playing Time Up for Grabs Around the League

With A.J. Burnett likely headed to Pittsburgh, Phil Hughes and Freddy Garcia will battle for the final spot in the Yankees' rotation. Brian Pelowski takes a look at job battles around the league.

2012 Cubs Preview: Cubs 2012: New Regime, New Era?

Geovany Soto is one of a few familiar faces on the north side of Chicago as the Cubs head into a rebuilding year.

Bogfella's Notebook: Bridging the Gap

It's hard for any team to measure the Phillies' depth in starting pitching, given that Cole Hamels (pictured), Roy Oswalt and Vance Worley are their third, fourth and fifth starters.

Sunday Lineup Card: Down to the Wire

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