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Fantasy Articles Featuring Mat Latos

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Mat Latos's name.

Sunday Lineup Card: The Return Of Avisail

Avisail Garcia returns to the White Sox after four-month absence.

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.

Tuesday Lineup Card: For No Rymer Reason

The newly-recalled Rymer Liriano could give Padres fans something to get excited about as the team plays out the string on another losing season.

Pitching Value Meter: Killer 'Wrighty'

Adam Wainwright not only gets two starts this week, but he gets two teams that can't hit right-handers in the Marlins and Padres.

Behind the Numbers: Stretch-Drive Help

As we inch toward September, a player like Dustin Ackley, who's heating up and still offers mutli-position eligibility, can be useful.

Wednesday Lineup Card: They Called Up Kennys!

He may not be Byron Buxton or Miguel Sano, but Kennys Vargas is a Minnesota hitting prospect worth your attention.

Pitching Value Meter: Gray Gets All A's

Considering the absurd run he's on, Sonny Gray might be baseball's best mid-rotation starter after he went from ace to No. 3 in the rotation thanks to trades.

DraftKings MLB: Weekend Value Plays

RotoWire's Jerry Donabedian recommends his weekend value plays on DraftKings, including Stephen Strasburg against a weak Phillies offense.

Friday Lineup Card: Streaky J.P. For Me?

Recognizing value even among streaky hitters can be a bit tricky...

The Saber's Edge: Utilizing Velocity Decline

Pitchers lose velocity as they age, but how much of a drop does it take to become a red flag? Jeff Zimmerman looks at Mat Latos and other pitchers working with less velocity in 2014.

Pitching Value Meter: Darvish Still Dealing

Yu Darvish is having a down year that most pitchers would kill for, and this week he gets two starts.

Sunday Lineup Card: Yankees Look To Go Greene

A look at Sunday’s matchups (all times Eastern)

Monday Lineup Card: Leave It To Lee

All the info you need for Monday's daily action.

Pitching Value Meter: Smooth Saling

As the second half gets into full swing, Chris Sale gets two teams this week that he usually dominates.

Sunday Lineup Card: Cubs Utility Man Playing Like A Bear

Saturday Lineup Card: Here To Stay

Arismendy Alcantara is not merely an NL-only option. He is here for good and worthy of consideration in nearly all formats.

Friday Lineup Card: Stubbs For Cheap Power

Drew Stubbs may offer solid outfield depth down the stretch for your club...

Daily Baseball 101: Evaluating DraftStreet Pitching

Michael Rathburn breaks down pitching on DraftStreet.

Sunday Lineup Card: Lock In Locke

Pitching Value Meter: Kershaw's Brilliance Limited this Week

Clayton Kershaw has been unreal lately, but he has only one start this week. Is that enough to knock him from the top ranking?

Monday Lineup Card: Live And Let Dayan

Pitching Value Meter: Ray of Hope

David Price has had a huge June, and that's enough to vault him to the top of this week's pitcher rankings.

Wednesday Lineup Card: No Veneer Needed for This Wood

Gavin Floyd's return to the disabled list opens up a rotation spot for Alex Wood, who probably didn't deserve to lose his starting job in the first place.

Pitching Value Meter: Crowning Achievement

Felix Hernandez's 2.22 ERA is not supported by his skills -- it's too high. With two starts, he's the top pitcher in the AL this week, but is he tops in baseball?

Friday Lineup Card: Starting Pitching Value In The Cubs' Rotation?

There's one Cubs pitcher that's worth owning...

FAAB Factor-NL: Potential New Closer

Neil Ramirez has picked up two saves for the Cubs and is striking out batters at a prolific rate. Jan Levine tells you his potential bid on Ramirez in this week's column.

Sunday Lineup Card: Chicks Dig Chris Carter

Pitching Value Meter: Red Scare

Johnny Cueto has a 1.85 ERA but is just 6-5 thanks to a Cincinnati offense that has deprived him of run support.

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.

Mound Musings: How to Improve the Game

The slow torture of high pitch counts is making the great game of baseball about as fun as watching grass grow. Even the command savvy Masahiro Tanaka lasted only six innings against the ultra-patient A's.