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2014 Red Sox Team Preview: Defending Champions

After an impressive World Series title in 2013, the Red Sox saw some key personnel changes that make the team much younger. Can a group of new faces in the starting lineup take Boston back to the postseason?

2014 A's Preview: Primed For Another Division Title?

Even with a disappointing 2013 from Yoenis Cespedes, the A's repeated as AL West champions. Can they make it three in a row in 2014?

Behind the Backstop: The Non-Tender Team

In this week's edition of Behind the Backstop, Tory Hernandez ponders the Angels' decision to non-tender Tommy Hanson at a time where the organization needs starting pitching.

Behind the Backstop: Burn Notice

Former Arkansas standout Nolan Sanburn is on the move in the Oakland system, but what is his eventual big league role? Tory Hernandez looks at a group of young pitching prospects in this week's edition of Behind the Backstop.

Friday Lineup Card: Another Day At The Beachy

Mound Musings: State of the Staffs

Stephen Strasburg is young, but this is his time to step up and be a leader for the Nationals, who could be poised for a second-half push.

Diamond Cuts: Injured Outfielders

Matt Holliday and Yoenis Cespedes top the list this week in Jeff Stotts' weekly injury column.

Monday Lineup Card: Underrated Prospect Urrutia

Saturday Lineup Card: The Accurate Archer

Mound Musings: Futures Game Fallout

Noah Syndergaard pitches older than his young age and, as he showed at the Futures Game, gives the Mets a lot to like.

Bernie On The Scene: What Should They Do - AL?

With Francisco Lindor moving up the ladder, should the Indians trade Asdrubal Cabrera to address their other organizational needs? RotoWire's Man on the Scene Bernie Pleskoff takes a look around the American League.

Rounding Third: FAAB Results, Trades and The Shield

Jacoby Ellsbury was the highlighted acquisition for Jeff Erickson in one of his dynasty leagues.

Friday Lineup Card: Roberts Is Healthy, For Now

Mound Musings: Wheeling Into A Rotation Spot

Zack Wheeler's had two starts for the Mets, but what he has showed thus far bodes well for his fantasy future.

FAAB Factor - AL: Rating the New Closing Options

Andrew Martinez prefers Koji Uehara over the new options in Detroit and Seattle this week.

MLB Barometer: Falling Off

Dan Haren's struggles have continued to the point where the Nats had to put him on the DL. Howard Bender discusses Haren among his fallers this week.

Saturday Lineup Card: A Koji Pair Of Sox

Tuesday Lineup Card: Stanton In, Braun Out

Charging the Mound: The Biogenesis Edition

Chris Liss and Jeff Erickson discuss the gap between bid and ask on Ryan Braun and the other players listed on the Biogenesis ledgers. (WITH VIDEO)

Transaction Analysis: M's Lose Faith in Jesus

The Mariners finally gave up on Jesus Montero as a catcher, sending him to Triple-A to regain his hitting stroke.

Mound Musings: New Arms Arriving Daily

Jake Odorizzi finally got an opportunity with the Rays, and other prospect pitchers are about to get theirs as teams reach into the minors for callups.

Diamond Cuts: A Pain in the Foot

Brett Anderson's crummy injury luck has continued this season. Read the latest on his status from Jeff Stotts.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Tasty Ks For Aroldis

Monday Lineup Card: Bailey's Back

FAAB Factor-AL: Bat Like Beckham

Gordon Beckham is among a handful of players returning from the DL soon in the AL. See what Andrew Martinez has to say about him and other potential pickups this week.

Sunday Lineup Card: Pray For A.J.

Friday Lineup Card: The Price Is Wrong

Mound Musings: Making the Crystal Ball Less Cloudy

High ceiling, low ceiling or no ceiling. When it comes to pitchers, which is easier to spot? And What does that mean for a pitcher like Derek Holland?

Thursday Lineup Card: More From Moreland

Behind the Numbers: Closer Scenarios Around the League

Addison Reed is locked in as White Sox closer, but not all end-game situations are so secure. Who's next in line to close? How about closer sleepers?