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Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Sale-ing Ks for IP

Paul Sporer explains the tradeoff in strikeouts for Chicago's Chris Sale, who's still the AL's top starter, in this week's pitcher rankings.

DraftKings MLB: Tuesday Picks

The Red Sox's offense is red hot right now, and RotoWire's Alex Spalding is all over Dustin Pedroia on Tuesday against the Royals.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Double the Kershaw

Paul Sporer ranks this week's starting pitchers as the Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw, among other elite hurlers, has a two-start week.

Pitching 3D: Fall From Ace

Doug Thorburn discusses four pitchers who were meant to be anchors of fantasy rotations but have struggled enough that owners are trying to figure out ways to get out.

Regan's Rumblings: Revised Top 100 Fantasy Players

Stricken by writer's block, Dave Regan instead shifts his rumblings this week toward an updated rankings list of his Top 100 MLB fantasy players.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Strasburg at Home on K Street

Paul Sporer ranks this week's starting pitchers as a two-start week in D.C. for Stephen Strasburg has the Nationals ace atop the list.

DraftKings MLB: Friday Picks

Chris Archer appears to have turned around his early-season struggles, and Neil Parker explains why the Rays' hurler is a solid fantasy option Friday against the Angels.

Collette Calls: Ignoring the Noise of Spring Training

Jason Collette reminds us not to put too much stock into spring training stats and to remain patient with proven fantasy commodities struggling early in the season.

The Saber's Edge: Assessing Pitcher Skills Growth, Decline

Jeff Zimmerman analyzes pitchers who have seen a skills growth or a skills decline this season and what it means for fantasy owners. Why are Dallas Keuchel's strikeouts down this year?

DVR's Top 350: May Update

This time last year, Michael Conforto was in the Mets' minor league system. Where does he check in on the May update of the Top 350?

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Good Week Ahead for Harvey

Paul Sporer ranks this week's starting pitchers, including the Mets' Matt Harvey, who has increased his swinging-strike rate his last two starts and now gets to face two strikeout-prone teams.

Mound Musings: How Patient Are You?

Brad Johnson explains that when a good pitcher starts a season with bad stats, i.e., Cardinal Adam Wainwright, fantasy owners need to figure out whether a turnaround is coming.

DraftKings MLB: Tuesday Picks

Jose Abreu performs very well against knuckleballers, and he'll get the luxury of facing on Tuesday against the Blue Jays.

DraftKings MLB: Monday Picks

Chris Davis has solid history against Monday starter Chris Archer, who has struggled fairly significantly to start the season.

Weekly Hitter Rankings: Big Week for Bucs

The Pirates lead the charge this week, thanks to a four-game set in Denver and three games at home against the bottom of the Reds' rotation.

Collette Calls: Four Strikeout Surgers

Jason Collette analyzes four pitchers who have seen their strikeout percentages shoot up this season, including San Diego's Drew Pomeranz, who also comes with a warning.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Wind In His Sale

Chris Sale has a nasty schedule this week. So, does that mean Paul Sporer dropped him in this week's pitcher rankings? On the contrary.

Pitching 3D: Ride it Out or Ride the Pine

Doug Thorburn examines a few pitchers who have struggled early this season and explains why fantasy managers should or should not hold onto them.

Regan's Rumblings: Buy-Low Candidates

Dave Regan rumbles about a bunch of underachieving fantasy assets thus far this season and whether or not you should try to buy low on their services.

DraftKings MLB: Wednesday Picks

Chris Archer's early-season struggles could have people fading him Wednesday, but Chris Olson explains why he's worth serious fantasy consideration.

Weekly Hitter Rankings: Blue Jays Set to Soar

The Jays' bats take the cake this week thanks to seven games in AL-East friendly ballparks, while a certain struggling AL Central squad comes in higher than you might think.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Roaring Thunder

Noah Syndergaard faces off against the Phillies and Braves this week, and Paul Sporer wonders if he could reach 30 strikeouts.

Pitching 3D: We're Going Streaking

Chris Archer has struggled to start the season, and Doug Thorburn explains why a quick turnaround may not happen.

Regan's Rumblings: Possible Playing Time Increases

David Regan gets his rumble on about 12 players with potential to see an increase in workload thanks to some early-season struggles by their teammates.

Collette Calls: Breaking Down Chris Archer

Jason Collette looks for the story behind the story of Chris Archer, whose command was nowhere to be found in his first two starts this season.

AL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Clay Link explores a variety of AL waiver-wire options heading into Week 2, including a couple of Twins looking to give Minnesota a much-needed boost and a high-profile Rangers prospect ready to make a splash.

Weekly Hitter Rankings: Astros Ready to Blast Off

Erik Siegrist breaks down his hitting rankings for the upcoming week of games, highlighted by some attractive seven-game slates for the Nationals, Rangers and Astros.

Weekly Pitcher Rankings: Worth the Price

Paul Sporer ranks this week's starters as Boston's David Price faces a huge test in the AL East against Baltimore and Toronto.

The Z Files: Finding Viable DFS Pitchers

Todd Zola explores the kinds of pitchers to use in DFS cash games, and why it makes sense to pay up for top-shelf hurlers like Chris Archer

Mound Musings: Checking in on AL Bullpens

This week, Brad Johnson takes an in-depth look at American League closers to keep an eye on, including As Sean Doolittle.