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In Some Depth: Likely Movers

In this week's edition of In Some Depth, Ryan Eisner looks at the players likely to be traded by the July 31 non-waiver deadline.

2014 Rangers Team Preview: Heavy Artillery In Arlington

The additions of Prince Fielder and Shin-Soo Choo in the offseason could push the Rangers over the top and to the AL West title in 2014. There are, however, some big question marks behind Yu Darvish in the rotation.

Transaction Analysis: Suspensions Grab the Headlines

Alex Rodriguez is back playing with the Yankees, but for how long no one quite knows as he appeals his suspension in the Biogenesis case.

In Some Depth: Seizing the Day

Evan Gattis continues to see time in the Braves' outfield while B.J. Upton is on the disabled list. Ryan Eisner takes a look around the league at depth chart situations in flux heading into the non-waiver trade deadline.

FAAB Factor - AL: Soriano and Garza

We've seen two big names (relatively) cross leagues, with both players going over to the AL in Matt Garza and Alfonso Soriano. Andrew Martinez suggests how much you should bid on each.

The Lineup Card: Peralta Wily of Late

Thursday Lineup Card

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?

Saturday Lineup Card: The Accurate Archer

In Some Depth: Volatility Check

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

Transaction Analysis: The Chase Begins

Chase Headley's activation off the disabled list was one of the more signifcant transactions of the week. Check out the rest of the week's top moves.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Hill, Hanrahan Head To DL

FAAB Factor - NL: Dodger Fallout, Injured Players Return

Chase Headley's imminent return and the fallout from Zack Greinke's injury headline this week's review of NL free agents.

In Some Depth: Sobering Up

After convincing the Red Sox's front office he was ready for a look in the big leagues this spring, Jackie Bradley needs to start hitting again to secure his roster spot.

FAAB Factor - NL: First Closer Change of the Year

Kyuji Fujikawa has been given the Cubs' closer job over Carlos Marmol, and Chris Heisey has been freed. Jan Levine tells you how much to bid on both.

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.

Indians' Team Preview: Major Changes

The Indians lost a number of their mainstays, but held on to Asdrubal Cabrera.

FAAB Factor - AL: Kansas City Shuffle

A handful of Royals prospects not named Wil Myers got the call this week. Andrew Martinez tells us what to expect from them.

In Some Depth: Scrambling For Options

The Yankees are struggling to replace Mark Teixeira, as he's once again sidelined by a nagging calf injury.

In Some Depth: Time Warp

The Orioles have been leaning on former Pirate Nate McLouth as a regular -- in their No. 3 spot -- in recent weeks.

In Some Depth: Help Can Be Found In Many Places

Wednesday Lineup Card: Snider Off to a Hot Start

Transaction Analysis: Big Names Coming, Going

Tuesday Lineup Card: Head Turner

Sunday Lineup Card: Call The Baker For Your Sunday Stream

Transaction Analysis: Utley, Finally, Returns for Phils

In Some Depth: Leaving Las Vegas

Adam Lind is back with the Jays after a successful stint with Triple-A Las Vegas.

Monday Lineup Card: Bust Out The Belt

FAAB Factor - AL: Prospect Speculation, Catchers Return

Go get Wil Myers now, before the Royals figure out how they're going to make room to play him.

In Some Depth: It's No Longer Early

Ike Davis had a slow start the year, and it might not be long before he starts losing playing time.

FAAB Factor - AL: More Than a Stream?

Luke Hochevar had a strong second half in 2011, and followed that up with a great debut in Anaheim on Saturday night. Is he in the circle of trust yet? Andrew Martinez breaks it down.