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Fantasy Articles Featuring Matt Wieters

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Matt Wieters's name.

Diamond Cuts: Lone Star Recoveries

The Rangers' offense could be dominant this season if Prince Fielder and Shin-Soo Choo can fully recover from their injury-plagued 2014 seasons.

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.

Orioles Team Preview: Many Happy Returns

The Orioles were quiet this offseason compared to their AL East foes, but they are also getting the services of a number of key players back, including Manny Machado at third base.

Bats & Balls: Spring Observations Around the League

Dave Regan looks around spring training and finds a lot to react, and overreact, to, including the exciting upside of Nolan Arenado.

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.

Farm Futures: Top 10 Prospects: NL West

In the final installment of his spring organizational rankings, James Anderson looks at Archie Bradley and the other top prospects of the National League West.

Spring Training Job Battles: And We're Off

Clay Link details all the relevant job battles from around the league prior to the start of spring ball.

Rockies Team Preview: Blake Street Bummer

The Rockies did little to address their pitching needs in the offseason, and thus, expectations are low even with Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez approaching full health. Is the end of an era near in Colorado?

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.

Collette Calls: Over & Undervalued

Jason Collette looks at the current ADP data to find players being consistently drafted too high, or too low. Is it time to buy on Baltimore's Chris Davis again?

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?

The Saber's Edge: Second-Half Breakout Hitters

Chris Carter has always shown a combination of impressive power and inconsistent contact skills, but is he finally putting all together in the in the second half? Jeff Zimmerman attempts to identify hitters having a breakout.

Thursday Lineup Card: Rutledge Rusty, But Secure

The Daily Duel: Buy Now on Baez

Javier Baez's price has nowhere to go but up, so be sure to take advantage now while he's available at a discount.

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.

Diamond Cuts: All-Scar Team

In the year of the Tommy John Surgery, Jose Fernandez's injury has been the most impactful. Jeff Stotts reveals the rest of his annual All-Scar team in this week's article.

Minor League Barometer: Comeback Story

Trevor Story is writing a new script this season after a horrific 2013 campaign, earning a promotion to Double-A.

Thursday Lineup Card: Arenado Set To Return

Nolan Arenado (finger) is set to make his long-awaited return to the Rockies on Thursday. Meanwhile, those scrambling to replace the likes of Evan Gattis (back) and Carlos Ruiz (concussion) should give some consideration to the Orioles' Caleb Joseph.

FAAB Factor - AL: Joey Sits

Who bats while Joey Bats sits? Andrew Martinez breaks down Jose Bautista's substitutes among others in this week's column.

Thursday Lineup Card: #LaStellar

Tommy La Stella is a #LaStellar value with an increasingly prominent role in the Braves' lineup.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Hot Cup of Jones in Seattle

James Jones has brought a much-needed infusion of speed and contact-hitting to the Seattle lineup since his May call-up.

Diamond Cuts: Cramping Conundrum

Cramps have been the injury du jour in the sports world of late, and Jeff Stotts breaks down the setback, particularly the one that is bothering Detroit's Torii Hunter.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Heaney Meeny Miney Mo

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.

Diamond Cuts: Rocky Mountain Low

Carlos Gonzalez and Michael Cuddyer suffered significant setbacks in the last week. Jeff Stotts gives you the lowdown on their respective procedures.

Tuesday Lineup Card: El Coffee Is Coming

The Pirates are finally calling up Gregory Polanco on Tuesday.

In Some Depth: Up the Middle

In the absence of Matt Wieters (pictured), the Orioles have been getting much less production behind the plate. Ryan Eisner looks at that change and other recent shifts up in the middle in the latest installment of In Some Depth.

Friday Lineup Card: Say It Ain't So, Joe (Nathan)!

Tigers' middle reliever Joba Chamberlain has found peace in Detroit, and may be the next closer for the Tigers...

Wednesday Lineup Card: Big Names Back In Action

Ryan Zimmerman, Josh Hamilton and Nelson Cruz were among the big bats to return to lineups for Tuesday's games.

Monday Lineup Card: Plouffe Positive