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Fantasy Articles Featuring Brandon Morrow

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Brandon Morrow's name.

Sunday Lineup Card: Bullpens Offer No Relief

Managers fret over high-leverage situations that demand the use of 'closers.'

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?

Tuesday Lineup Card: Rodon Down The Road

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.

FanDuel MLB: Wednesday Picks

Ronny Mor thinks slow-starting Miguel Montero is primed for a major breakout.

The Lineup Card: Will Dodgers See the Light with Guerrero?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Will Dodgers See the Light with Guerrero?

MLB Barometer: Only Fools Rush In

Vlad Sedler -- and Elvis -- advise against snap decisions based on small sample sizes, like the slow start of Giancarlo Stanton.

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?

Friday Lineup Card: Snag Jake Lamb

MLB Barometer: Hahn Solo

Vlad Sedler looks for the breakout starting pitchers of 2015 who can be this year's Corey Kluber.

MLB Job Battles: The Finish Line

Clay Link recaps the winners and losers from all the major job battles in spring training.

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.

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.

Farm Futures: Top 10 Prospects: NL West

In the final installment of his spring organizational rankings, James Anderson looks at Archie Bradley and the other top prospects of the National League West.

Spring Training Job Battles: And We're Off

Clay Link details all the relevant job battles from around the league prior to the start of spring ball.

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?

Padres Team Preview: Out Of Left Field

GM A.J. Preller put his stamp on the franchise, trading for Matt Kemp, Justin Upton and Wil Myers, and signing James Shields in an unprecedented flurry of offseason moves. But do the Padres have enough to compete with the Dodgers and Giants in the West?

Endgame Odyssey: Closer Roles In Flux

Yet again, the Mets have uncertainty with their closer role heading into spring training. Brad Johnson breaks down the unsettled ninth-inning situations around the league.

Collette Calls: Myers Heads West

The acquisition of Wil Myers from the Rays is yet another new piece obtained by Padres general manager A.J. Preller.

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.

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?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Call-Up Day, Part Deux

In a seemingly endless sea of September call-ups, the Phillies' Maikel Franco rates as one of the shining stars of the group.

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

Tuesday Lineup Card: The Strike-Thrower

Daily Baseball 101: Breaking Down DraftKings Pitching

Michael Rathburn delves into the data to show you the best and worst pitching values on DraftKings

Saturday Lineup Card: d'Arnaud Regrets

Travis d'Arnaud has been swinging a hot bat since his recall from Triple-A, and is now occupying the fifth spot in the order for the Mets.