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Fantasy Articles Featuring Travis d'Arnaud

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Monday Lineup Card: Go Ham for Hamilton?

The 2010 AL MVP is Monday's Recommended Pickup upon his impending return to the Texas Rangers.

FAAB Factor - NL: Not a Sorry Charlie

Clay Link runs down the potential FAAB pickups in the NL and finds a serviceable option in Charlie Morton, who returns to the Pittsburgh rotation this week.

Sunday Lineup Card: Grander Performance

Veteran outfielder's solid start powers the surprising Mets.

Saturday Lineup Card: The Rise Of Rusney

Chris Benzine discusses what Rusney Castillo's recall could mean for him and the Red Sox's outfield, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

The Lineup Card: Closing Shake-Up in Arizona

Tuesday Lineup Card: Levying Shoemaker

Diamond Cuts: Don't Slide Head First

Jean Segura fractured his pinkie on a head-first slide, and his stint on the disabled list could last beyond 15 days.

Monday Lineup Card: Counting Down to Correa

Ryan Rufe discusses why Carlos Correa is worth a pick up right now in Monday's Lineup Card.

Saturday Lineup Card: Time To Be Franco

Chris Benzine discusses why Maikel Franco may say everyday at-bats at third base, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Thor Leaves Avengers, Joins Mets

Monday Lineup Card: The Never-Ending Torii

He may be 39 years old, but Torii Hunter has been thriving at the plate in his return to the Twins, with whom he started his career.

Daily Baseball 101: How to Target Hitters

Michael Rathburn shows how to target hitters for both heads-up and tournament contests and how to treat Miguel Cabrera, who is playing against his norm.

Friday Lineup Card: Blanks Offers Short-Term Solution

You may have missed the best that Kyle Blanks has to offer, but that doesnít mean you canít squeeze him for a bit more.

Monday Lineup Card: Swooning for Swihart

Boston's Blake Swihart is Monday's recommended pickup after the Red Sox called him up from the minors in the wake of Ryan Hanigan's injury.

In Some Depth: Position Battles and Lineup Changes

Ryan Eisner on the revolving door in the two-hole for the Mets

Monday Lineup Card: Prime Target Paredes?

Baltimore's Jimmy Paredes is Monday's recommended pickup after hitting .400 with two doubles, three home runs, six RBI and a steal over the last seven days.

FAAB Factor - NL: Which Dodger Do You Want?

Ian Kennedy is back, but is he available in your league? All that and more from RotoWire's Jan Levine in this week's edition of NL FAAB.

Series to Watch: Mets vs. Yankees

Matt Harvey has been dominant this season, including a high-90s fastball sooner than many expected, an

Bats & Balls: Quick Takes Around the Majors

David Regan sizes up each team in the early going, and he has little hope that Ryan Braun can do much to avoid becoming the worst contract in the majors.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Cubs Promote Another Phenom

Tuesday Lineup Card: Rodon Down The Road

Diamond Cuts: DL-Bound?

Yasiel Puig continues to deal with a hamstring injury, and RotoWire injury expert Jeff Stotts warns that a trip to the disabled list may be required to ensure a full recovery.

Monday Lineup Card: Dial Up DeSclafani

Ryan Rufe discusses why Anthony DeSclafani is worth a pickup in Monday's lineup card.

Farm Futures: Pacific Coast League Roundup

James Anderson checks in on Byron Buxton's early-season success, as well as some notable players in the Pacific Coast League like Cubs top prospect Kris Bryant.

Tuesday Lineup Card: You Canha Do It

Sunday Lineup Card: Recycling Closers

Joakim Soria becomes the latest in a line of reused relievers.

Sunday Lineup Card: Recycling Closers

Joakim Soria becomes the latest in a line of reused relievers.

Friday Lineup Card: Snag Jake Lamb

Collette Calls: 30 NL Predictions

Jason Collette is back with bold predictions for the National League. Find out what stat he thinks Tim Linceum will lead the NL in for 2015.

Bats & Balls: Debating the Cheat Sheet

Dave Regan takes issue with the RotoWire cheat sheet, highlighing players at each position he thinks should be ranked higher, like San Francisco's Brandon Belt.