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Fantasy Articles Featuring Clayton Kershaw

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Clayton Kershaw's name.

Pitching Value Meter: Two Starts for Kluber

Paul Sporer ranks the coming week's starting pitchers, but is two home starts enough to make Corey Kluber the AL's top-ranked hurler?

Daily Baseball 101: How to Pick a Starting Pitcher

Michael Rathburn pours over the numbers and explains why picking an elite pitcher like Felix Hernandez is almost always the best way to go in cash games.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Cubs Promote Another Phenom

Collette Calls: Ace in the Making

Jason Collette dives into the details of why Chris Archer is proving to be a front-of-the-rotation talent for the Rays, and for fantasy owners.

Rounding Third: Week 3 Primer

Because the Rangers have only five games this week with two of them in Arizona, Mitch Moreland might have just two starts this week.

Pitching Value Meter: Harvey Invisible in Late Innings

Paul Sporer lays out the week's pitcher rankings and says the only thing holding back Matt Harvey is that he's not going deep into games.

DraftKings MLB: Weekend Value Plays

Rotowire's Jerry Donabedian offers up his favorite pitchers, batters, and lineup stacks for the upcoming weekend.

FantasyAces MLB: Friday Picks

With Jean Segura atop the Brewers' lineup, RotoWire's Alex Spalding likes his chances on FantasyAces for Friday's slate of games.

FanDuel MLB: Friday Picks

Spending up for Troy Tulowitzki against Clayton Kershaw? Benny Ricciardi explains why it could be a money-maker in GPPs.

Friday Lineup Card: Do You Believe In Moose?

You have to figure the save opportunities will still be there for Glen Perkins, since even the lowliest of MLB teams manage to have a bullpen guy, or two combined, maybe even three combined, that can net 30 saves.

The Long Game: The FAAB and How to Swing it

Erik Siegrist explains why it's better to play small ball during FAAB bidding on players like Miguel Castro before they emerge rather than saving your budget for a big-bid strategy.

In Some Depth: Platoons, Depth Charts and Batting Orders

Ryan Eisner reviews first-week lineups and platoon situations and finds some hidden values, especially in a potent Toronto offense.

Pitching Value Meter: Slow Week for Kershaw

Paul Sporer delivers his weekly pitcher rankings and finds only one starter worthy of jumping Clayton Kershaw in a one-start week. Who is it?

FanDuel MLB: Saturday Values

Joel Bartilotta picks the Saturday night slate and sees a great stacking opportunity with the Rangers against Roberto Hernandez.

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.

FanDuel MLB: Plays for Opening Day

Kevin Payne has you covered for Opening Day with a slate of picks, including a good value in Yordano Ventura.

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

FAAB Factor - NL: First Week Job Openings

Carlos Martinez won the Cardinals' fifth starter job - you should go get him, writes RotoWire's Jeff Erickson.

Pitching Value Meter: Kicking Off the 2015 Season

Paul Sporer is back with the inaugural Value Meter for 2015, and familiar faces top the list, like Felix Hernandez, who takes on two division foes in Week 1.

Collette Calls: 30 NL Predictions

Jason Collette is back with bold predictions for the National League. Find out what stat he thinks Tim Linceum will lead the NL in for 2015.

Mound Musings: The Do No Harm Strategy

Brad Johnson details how to spare your rotation harm even when not all of your starting pitchers are elite.

Mound Musings: Arms to Watch in the NL West

Brad Johnson hopes Jake Peavy's struggles last year will drive down his draft-day price because the veteran hurler can still help a fantasy team.

Bats & Balls: Debating the Cheat Sheet

Dave Regan takes issue with the RotoWire cheat sheet, highlighing players at each position he thinks should be ranked higher, like San Francisco's Brandon Belt.

RotoWire Roundtable: March Top 350

RotoWire's group of baseball experts is back with its latest roundtable rankings, in which Nolan Arenado, among others, takes a big jump up the list.

Marlins' Team Preview: Marlins 3.0

Is this the start of a third run to a World Series for the Marlins? If so, players like Marcel Ozuna will need continued steps forward.

Collette Calls: Baseball Loves Lefties

Robinson Cano could face a disproportionate number of lefties this year in AL West play.

Bats & Balls: Sleepers to Target

Dave Regan names sleepers at each position in his inaugural column of 2015, including Joey Votto whose only question this year is health.

RotoWire Roundtable: Valentine's Edition of the Top 350

The first installment of the Roundtable Rankings are up for 2015! Check out the panel's divide on Mookie Betts, among others.

Cubs Team Preview: Patience Is A Virtue

Javier Baez continued his impression of a windmill in winter ball, and RotoWire's Kenn Ruby suggests that his and the team's lack of plate discipline could hold them back in 2015.

Dodgers Team Preview: New Sheriff In Town

Matt Kemp's trade to the Padres was the highlight to a significant overhaul by the Dodgers and new President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman.