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Fantasy Articles Featuring Danny Valencia

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Danny Valencia's name.

FAAB Factor - AL: Correa Getting Closer

Andrew Martinez's weekly tour of AL FAAB possibilities includes Houston prospect Carlos Correa, who is getting closer to a callup, and closer to helping fantasy teams.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Bradley Almost Back from Head Injury

Tuesday Lineup Card: Thor Leaves Avengers, Joins Mets

FAAB Factor - AL: Mother's Day Edition

Nick Swisher may be back, but don't bid on him like he's still on the Yankees. RotoWire's Andrew Martinez reports on Swisher and more in this week's AL FAAB Factor.

Thursday Lineup Card: Morrison To The Rescue?

Logan Morrison hasnít lived up to his status as a one-time top prospect, although at some point I think he puts it together. Is this it? Has Morrison figured it all out?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Embrace the Platoon

FAAB Factor - AL: FAAB it Like Beckham

Josh Hamilton may be on the move, but he still has a bit more time on the shelf writes RotoWire's Andrew Martinez in this week's edition of the AL FAAB.

FAAB Factor - AL: Pitching Available

Back the truck up for Indians starting pitcher Danny Salazar, writes RotoWire's Andrew Martinez in this week's edition of the AL FAAB.

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.

FAAB Factor-AL: Fields of Dreams

Josh Fields has picked up a couple of saves over the last week, for those of you trying to collect every last save down the stretch.

In Some Depth: Bet on Mookie

Mookie Betts once again has a clear path to playing time in Boston.

FAAB Factor-AL: Trade Deadline Fallout

Andrew Martinez breaks down all of the talent coming into the AL following the trade deadline and writes up his latest recommendation on Derek Holland.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Bet on Brett

The Colorado rotation is often a place where good pitchers go to die, but lefty Brett Anderson is doing his best to rewrite that narrative.

Tuesday Lineup Card: The Strike-Thrower

In Some Depth: Out of Hand

Eric Hosmer has shown signs of rebounding from his poor first half in July, but a hand injury recently opened up time at first base for Billy Butler and Raul Ibanez.

Monday Lineup Card: Koji Fatigue?

Monday Lineup Card: Lord Have Mercer

Saturday Lineup Card: No Joshin' Around

Nolan Arenado (finger) is still several weeks away from a return, and it looks like Josh Rutledge will continue to see opportunities in the meantime.

Rounding Third: Week 10 Primer

See this week's great schedules and awful schedules, free agent results and trades in expert leagues, including one deal in AL Tout Wars where Jeff Erickson dealt away Gordon Beckham.

In Some Depth: This Bird Is Ready to Fly

Oscar Taveras was called up over the weekend and the Astros are bringing up Jonathan Singleton on Tuesday. Ryan Eisner breaks down the playing time fallout in the latest version of In Some Depth.

Monday Lineup Card: Plouffe Positive

FAAB Factor-AL: Stash Holland

RotoWire's Andrew Martinez suggests that you pick up Derek Holland now, before he comes off the DL, if your league allows for it.

Friday Lineup Card: Medica To Give The Padres Oomph?

The Padres are looking to shake things up with their bats in San Diego...

Thursday Lineup Card: STELLAAAA!

Wednesday Lineup Card: Jesus Saves

Jesus Aguilar figures to be the greatest beneficiary of Nick Swisher and Carlos Santana hitting the DL, according to Adam Wolf.

Rounding Third: Week 9 Primer

Sean Doolittle went for the highest amount in Jeff Erickson's NFBC league's FAAB bidding this week. See who else got the nod in various leagues this week.

Monday Lineup Card: Adam's Not Done Yet

FAAB Factor-AL: A Whiff of Success

Rougned Odor's hold on the second base job will last longer than expected, with Jurickson Profar (pictured) suffering a setback in his rehab.

DraftKings MLB: Value Plays For The Week

Several players have seen their slow starts lead to steep declines in their price, but Jerry Donabedian shows you how to take advantage of their looming turnarounds.

Rounding Third: Difficult Cuts

Even though Jake Odorizzi has newfound job security in the Rays' rotation, Jeff Erickson cut him on his NFBC Main Event team.