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Fantasy Articles Featuring Alex Cobb

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Alex Cobb's name.

Tuesday Lineup Card: You Canha Do It

Monday Lineup Card: Call On Kiermaier

Rays' outfielder Kevin Kiermaier is Monday's recommended pickup after hitting .381 with seven extra-base hits during the first week of the season.

Thursday Lineup Card: Panik!

MLB Job Battles: The Finish Line

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

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

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.

Collette Calls: LABR Draft Recap

Jason Collette analyzes the recent LABR auction and finds few bargains among power hitters as the league-wide drop in home runs is fueling fantasy inflation.

The Long Game: Profitable Decisions

Did you outfox your keeper league last year and get Corey Kluber? Congrats! Now, how long should you keep him? Erik Siegrist discusses the nuances of long-term keeper decisions.

Bats & Balls: Busts to Avoid

David Regan turns his attention to overvalued players this week and finds Jose Abreu as one of the biggest names to avoid this season.

Rays Team Preview: A Cash Investment

The Tampa Bay Rays lost their GM and manager this offseason, and turned over significant portions of their lineup as well. Will there be anyone else besides Evan Longoria that can help carry the offense?

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.

Rounding Third: The RotoWire 200

Jeff Erickson's initial set of top 200 overall rankings for 2015 predictably has Mike Trout on top, but who follows after Trout?

Sunday Lineup Card: Playing Out The String

Finding a diamond in the rough Sunday could call for starters versus playoff teams.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Give Logan Some Run

Pitching Value Meter: Down the Stretch they Come

With a playoff berth in the balance, the Mariners might need 18 innings out of Felix Hernandez this week, which would be just fine for fantasy owners.

Painting the Black: The Wild Card Races

Jensen Lewis projects the winners and losers of the Wild Card races over the last 10 days of the season.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Pull for Pollock

After going M.I.A. for three months while recovering from a broken hand, the Diamondbacks' A.J. Pollock has burst back on the scene in September, picking up where he left off in May.

Pitching Value Meter: Strasburg's Quiet Excellence

Stephen Strasburg might have disappointed some this year, but he's still having a fantastic fantasy season.

Thursday Lineup Card: Matzek Begins To Realize His Potential

Pitching Value Meter: Two Jokers for the King

Felix Hernandez gets two starts this week against teams he has dominated this year.

Friday Lineup Card: Dropping Dead Weight For Hot Bats And Arms

Sunday Lineup Card: Finding Affordable Relief

Davis offers creative alternative to chasing saves.

Pitching Value Meter: Fightin' Phillie

Cole Hamels has been in a groove since mid-May, and he'll look to continue it in two starts this week.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Cosart Gallery

Jarred Cosart has been pitching well in a Marlins uniform, making him a streamable option down the stretch.

Pitching Value Meter: Two Starts for Kershaw

A two-start week for Clayton Kershaw comes at the perfect time for fantasy owners, especially for those in head-to-head leagues.

Thursday Lineup Card: Wada Ya Got To Lose?

Since joining the Cubs in July, Tsuyoshi Wada (along with Kyle Hendricks) has helped the North Siders transition easily from the losses of Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel.

MLB Barometer: Get Carter

Scott Jenstad doesn't want to talk about his slumping A's (but does anyhow), explains how to excel in the end game of a league, and pumps the value of the surging Chris Carter.

Pitching Value Meter: No Taming this Tiger

Max Scherzer is one of the few things going right for the Tigers these days, as he's dominated in his recent starts.

Friday Lineup Card: Aoki Is A-OK

One of the hottest players in the game right now is likely available for a free agent pick up...

The Saber's Edge: No Trouble with the Curve

With an excellent curveball, Corey Kluber has had a full breakout in 2014. Jeff Zimmerman looks at the trends of the curve, and seeks out other pitchers with the potential to take a big leap forward.