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Fantasy Articles Featuring Matt Harvey

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Mound Musings: The Tradewinds Continue to Blow

Do the Cardinals have the magic to help Justin Masterson turn around his season?

Thursday Lineup Card: Smells Like Roses

Behind the Numbers: Second-Half Surgers

Jayson Werth has started the second half on fire, and the numbers show he is seeing the ball well this season.

Mound Musings: Looking into the Future

Noah Syndergaard is one of many prospects who impressed at the Futures Game, but as a closer?

Behind the Numbers: Pitchers to Target and Avoid

Justin Verlander is having a tough year, but he's still missing plenty of bats. What's that mean for his prospects the rest of this season?

Mound Musings: Super 2 To You Too

With Super 2 status passed, more prospect hurlers could be promoted soon, joining the likes of Baltimore's Kevin Gausman.

Thursday Lineup Card: Something's Not (Wain)wright Here

The Cardinals' Adam Wainwright returned to St. Louis for an MRI on his elbow after Tuesday's start, with the results coming back clean.

Saturday Lineup Card: Brighter Days Ahead for Butler

Despite a disappointing performance in his debut, Eddie Butler is still deserving of consideration in many formats.

Behind the Numbers: Is Bryce Harper Overrated?

No prospect in recent memory has garnered scouting reports like Bryce Harper, but is he even a top-10 talent?

Tuesday Lineup Card: Singleton, Springer Reunited In Houston

Minor League Barometer: Seager is Surging

Perhaps no hitter is hotter at the moment than Corey Seager, a future star and one of the game's better infield prospects.

Mound Musings: Dealing with the Pain

As more and more pitchers, like Miami's Jose Fernandez, go under knife, fantasy owners have to learn how to deal with injuries.

Minor League Barometer: A Poor Man's Springer

Michael Taylor has been on a power surge to begin the 2014 campaign, but he also leads the Eastern League in strikeouts. Is he a poor man's George Springer?

LABR Look: Everybody Hurts

Bobby Colton's monthly review of the Mixed LABR league takes a look at all the Tommy John Surgery guys, including Kris Medlen, who started this rash of injuries.

Diamond Cuts: Why Can't We Have Nice Things?

Jose Fernandez has become the latest treasure of the game to go down with a UCL tear. Jeff Stotts leads off with him in this week's edition of Diamond Cuts.

Saturday Lineup Card: Welcome Wilmer

The Mets called up prospect Wilmer Flores on Friday. Those looking for middle-infield production should take heed.

Mound Musings: Prospects Watch - National League

Noah Syndergaard is getting his feet wet at Triple-A, but the day is coming soon when he will join the Mets rotation.

NFBC Trends: Beat DVR!

RotoWire's Ryan Rufe played in the Beat DVR league in the NFBC Online Championship - here's his review of the draft.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Open Pandora's Brox

Jonathan Broxton is expected to be activated Tuesday and assume the Reds' closing role in the absence of Aroldis Chapman.

Monday Lineup Card: Sizemore Really Does Matter

FAAB Factor - NL: Big Bid on Dee Gordon?

Does Dee Gordon merit a big bid this week after he won the Dodgers' starting second base job? Jan Levine breaks it down for us in his initial column of the season.

Mound Musings: Pitching Depth as a Fantasy Tactic

You're better off stashing high-upside arms like Derek Holland rather than wasting roster spots on generic utility players barely above replacement level.

Mound Musings: NL East Spotlight

If durability concerns provide a slight discount for Stephen Strasburg this year, it's time to pounce.

2014 Mets Team Preview: Another Growth Year

Matt Harvey's Tommy John surgery is one of the reasons why the Mets will have to wait another year to contend.

The Wheelhouse: 30/30 - Pitching

Can Max Scherzer maintain the gains that made him an elite starter in 2013? DVR looks around the league in the first edition of the Wheelhouse of 2014.

Baseball Draft Kit: 2014 Impact Rookies

Tory Hernandez shares his favorites to earn Rookie of the Year honors in 2014, in what could prove to be a very deep and talented group of young players.

MLB Draft Kit: Learning From the Outliers

Carlos Gomez was a huge profit-maker for his fantasy owners in 2013. What can we learn from his breakout, and who is this year's version? Derek VanRiper breaks down Gomez and other outliers from 2013.

Collette Calls: Big Wily Style

A brutal two-month stretch to begin the season led many owners to discard Wily Peralta, but the growth from that point on might be a good reason to take a chance on him in 2014. Jason Collette takes a look.

Friday Lineup Card: Medica Aid

Mound Musings: Kids on Parade Watch List

Taijuan Walker is one of the younger arms on this year's list of pitchers who made their marks in 2013, but he's also one of the best.