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Fantasy Articles Featuring J.P. Arencibia

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In Some Depth: Brave New World

The Braves have already cast Dan Uggla aside. Is it time for them to cut bait on B.J. Upton next? Ryan Eisner explores that and a few other potential job changes in this week's edition.

FAAB Factor-AL: Buyer Beware

Danny Salazar returns to the majors this week, but RotoWire's Andrew Martinez preaches caution in your bidding.

In Some Depth: Weak Links

The Yankees aren't getting much out of Derek Jeter, but will they acquire an upgrade this summer to make their playoff push in the second half?

Rounding Third: Week 11 Primer

Is chasing saves on the waiver wire a fool's game? Sadly, Jeff Erickson is just that fool in the NFBC this year, and this week he chased after the Diamondbacks' possible saves if Addison Reed's tired arm persists.

In Some Depth: Opportunity Rocks

With Nolan Arenado (pictured) on the shelf with a broken finger, the Rockies are scrambling for options at third base. Ryan Eisner looks at the candidates for highly coveted at-bats in Colorado.

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.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Boston Brings Back Drew

After a long offseason wait on the free agent market, Stephen Drew finally re-signed with the Red Sox on Tuesday.

FAAB Factor-AL: Wieters To The DL

Matt Wieters went to the DL on Sunday morning after being diagnosed with an elbow injury earlier in the week. Andrew Martinez evaluates his potential replacements.

In Some Depth: Running Away With the Job

Jackie Bradley Jr. has taken the Red Sox's starting center field job and run with it after Grady Sizemore appeared to have the upper hand coming out of spring training. Ryan Eisner takes his weekly look around the league at recent depth chart trends.

FAAB Factor - AL: Springer Came Early in Houston

George Springer was called up this week. He's the first elite prospect to earn a promotion, and fantasy players should be willing to spend big to get him.

Charging the Mound: Liss and Erickson Talk Baseball

What starting pitchers can we trust no matter what happened in their last outing?

FAAB Factor-AL: Injuries Creating Opportunities

Koji Uehara has been unavailable to pitch the last two games - Andrew Martinez suggests possible replacement options for him and Adrian Beltre, among others.

In Some Depth: It's Getting Ugly

After an impressive spring, Dan Uggla's first week of 2014 looked more like his 2013 campaign. Ryan Eisner takes a look in the return of In Some Depth.

Rounding Third: Week 2 Primer, FAAB Results

Matt Kemp had a huge game Sunday night, but he and the Dodgers have only five games this week. See what else is noteworthy on the schedule, and the results from bidding in the NFBC and major expert leagues this week.

Friday Lineup Card: All Eyes On Kemp

Matt Kemp is set to make his much-anticipated 2014 debut Friday against the Giants after a lengthy recovery from offseason ankle surgery.

The Daily Duel: Bargain Bin Backstop

The discount on Mike Zunino opens up a lot of intriguing possibilities for your roster. Kevin Payne shares his thoughts on the Mariners' young catcher.

FAAB Factor - AL: Go Crazy for Grady?

If Grady Sizemore resides on the wire, post-draft, Andrew Martinez points out the formats in which he should be scooped up.

The Daily Duel: Can Slim CC Fatten Your Wallet?

Kevin Payne takes a look at good values to use in FanDuel's salary cap contests, including the slimmed down C.C. Sabathia

Spring Training Job Battles: Final Decisions

As teams near their season openers, the final cuts are being made and job battles have been decided. Brian Pelowski takes one last look around the league as spring training comes to an end.

2014 Blue Jays Preview: A Farewell to Arms

With an offense that should generate plenty of support, will R.A. Dickey and the Jays' pitchers bounce back in 2014?

Collette Calls: AL LABR By the Numbers

Wil Myers was among the Helium Hitters in this year's AL LABR auction over the weekend. Jason Collette breaks down all sorts of data from the auction.

2014 Rangers Team Preview: Heavy Artillery In Arlington

The additions of Prince Fielder and Shin-Soo Choo in the offseason could push the Rangers over the top and to the AL West title in 2014. There are, however, some big question marks behind Yu Darvish in the rotation.

Collette Calls: Double Down

While some believe that a high doubles count will ultimately lead to an increase in home runs, Jason Collette takes a closer look at the relationship between the two categories and finds a more interesting connection.

NFBC Trends: FSTA Draft Reactions

The NFBC's Greg Ambrosius took Billy Hamilton in the sixth round of the FSTA Experts draft last week.

Collette Calls: Robbie Goes, Don'tcha Know!

Robinson Cano took the money and ran away from the Bronx, landing a 10-year deal to go to Seattle. Jason Collette recaps a flurry of recent moves around the league from a very active week leading into the Winter Meetings.

Behind the Backstop: The Non-Tender Team

In this week's edition of Behind the Backstop, Tory Hernandez ponders the Angels' decision to non-tender Tommy Hanson at a time where the organization needs starting pitching.

Friday Lineup Card: Cesar's No Slouch

Wednesday Lineup Card: Riding Out the Season in a Pinto

Catcher Josmil Pinto is making some noise for the Twins in the season's final month.

Behind the Numbers: 2013 Underachievers in 2014

Fantasy owners are starting to lose patience with Mike Moustakas, if they haven't already, but what do we do with him and other underachievers come 2014?

Sunday Lineup Card: The Cardinal Effect