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Fantasy Articles Featuring Tim Lincecum

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Tim Lincecum's name.

FAAB Factor - NL: Rising Star(lin)?

Starlin Castro has had a disappointing year, but his bat has come to life and the injury to Jorge Soler may have opened up some playing time. This week's NL FAAB Factor, courtesy of RotoWire's Jan Levine.

Thursday Lineup Card: Middle Infield Help In Flores

Wednesday Lineup Card: Raisel Rising

Sunday Lineup Card: Veteran Leadership

While left to wonder what's next in Cincinnati, Brandon Phillips churns out professional at-bats.

Monday Lineup Card: Nat Nearing a Return

Ryan Zimmerman is Monday's Recommended Pickup as he nears a return from the DL to the Nationals' lineup.

Sunday Lineup Card: Quietly Building A Contender

Mike Leake does not feature an overwhelming arsenal, but he could provide a needed boost.

Wednesday Lineup Card: No Joe Schmo

Tuesday Lineup Card: Cheer Rios

Alex Rios's 2015 season has been characterized by injury and disappointment, but there's light at the end of the tunnel.

Monday Lineup Card: New Phillie Coming to Town

Phillies prospect Aaron Nola will be promoted Tuesday to make his Major League debut against Tampa Bay.

Friday Lineup Card: Cron, C.J. Cron!

You have to hope that the All-Star break doesn’t hurt C.J. Cron’s bat too much, as he has multi-hit games in five out of the last six games played.

Mound Musings: Opportunity Knocks

Brad Johnson on pitchers that could be real values if the right situations arise.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Will the Real Corbin Please Stand Up?

Monday Lineup Card: Santana Sharp in Return Sunday

Twins starter Ervin Santana allowed two runs on three hits and three walks with eight strikeouts over eight innings in his return from suspension Sunday against the Royals.

FAAB Factor - NL: A Story About a Man Named Jedd

Jedd Gyorko is back in the majors, but are you going to fall for that again? RotoWire's Jan Levine is back with this week's edition of the NL FAAB Factor.

Collette Calls: Managing Second-Half Expectations

Jason Collette looks at recent history to find some realistic projections for fantasy categories in the second half. For example, how many home runs should you expect from a player in the second half?

Friday Lineup Card: Hail, Cesar!

Cesar Hernandez is cranking the ball well of late, landing the confidence of Phillies’ interim manager Pete Mackanin, suggesting that Hernandez could continue to play every day at second base even when Chase Utley is activated from the DL.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Don't Dig Your Own Grave

Diamond Cuts: Power Loss

Giancarlo Stanton's latest injury will likely sideline him until mid-August, and RotoWire's Jeff Stotts warns that it may take a while for the slugger to regain his power stroke.

Monday Lineup Card: Cain Is Able

Matt Cain is healthy and will likely be cleared to reclaim a spot in the Giants' rotation early next week.

FAAB Factor - NL: Going to the Matz

Jan Levine breaks down the National League and advises owners to be ready to pounce on prospect Steven Matz, who should be a mainstay in the Mets' rotation.

Sunday Lineup Card: An Unlikely Embarrassment Of Riches

The Mets now feature a rotation that is younger – and arguably more dynamic – than just about any in baseball.

Pitching Value Meter: Maximum Output

Paul Sporer has moved Max Scherzer ahead of Clayton Kershaw as his top pitcher in baseball, and the Nationals' ace takes his rightful spot atop the weekly rankings.

Saturday Lineup Card: Could Do Well With Welington

Chris Benzine discusses why Welington Castillo could be worth a look if you're in need of a catcher, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Mound Musings: Know When to Fold ‘Em

Brad Johnson is losing faith in some of this year's most surprising pitchers.

Fantasy 101: Evaluating Starting Pitchers on FanDuel

Michael Rathburn explains how he picks starting pitchers on FanDuel and breaks down the stats to show which ones have provided the most value this season.

Sunday Lineup Card: Undervalued Utility

Often overlooked, the handy fix-it man offers no-frills production at bargain prices.

Pitching Value Meter: Back on his Throne

Paul Sporer ranks this week's starters and is relieved that Felix Hernandez rebounded after a couple of non-King like starts.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Sweet, Sweet Odor

After posting an OPS over 1.000 following his demotion to Triple-A, Rougned Odor picked up three hits in his return to the big leagues Monday.

Pitching Value Meter: Hero in the Bronx

Paul Sporer's weekly value meter showcases a surging Masahiro Tanaka, who is starting to look like the dominant pitcher from early last season.

Thursday Lineup Card: It's May Day

The 25-year old May was once a touted prospect for the Twins, and while he hasn’t debuted with a boom during his young career he still offers some intrigue as a backend pitcher to roster in deeper leagues