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Fantasy Articles Featuring Neil Ramirez

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Neil Ramirez's name.

Wednesday Lineup Card: You're Gonna Hear Him, Roark

Thursday Lineup Card: Closer, Here! Get Your Cubs Closer, Here!

Monday Lineup Card: Cain Is Able

Matt Cain is healthy and will likely be cleared to reclaim a spot in the Giants' rotation early next week.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Pencil In The Eraser

Tuesday Lineup Card: Sweet, Sweet Odor

After posting an OPS over 1.000 following his demotion to Triple-A, Rougned Odor picked up three hits in his return to the big leagues Monday.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Thor Leaves Avengers, Joins Mets

Wednesday Lineup Card: Embrace the Platoon

Tuesday Lineup Card: Power Plouffe Play

Saturday Lineup Card: Eyeing the Axe

Chris Benzine discusses why it's worth keeping an eye on the Rockies' closing situation and more in Saturday's lineup card.

Saturday Lineup Card: Travis To The Top

Chris Benzine discusses why Devon Travis is worth a pickup among other things in Saturday's lineup card.

Friday Lineup Card: Do You Believe In Moose?

You have to figure the save opportunities will still be there for Glen Perkins, since even the lowliest of MLB teams manage to have a bullpen guy, or two combined, maybe even three combined, that can net 30 saves.

Farm Futures: 2017 World Series Champions

The Cubs are the most intriguing team in baseball and James Anderson shares how they'll win the 2017 World Series.

Chasing Saves: Setup Men Who Could Close

Jeff Zimmerman ranks setup men according to the number of saves they could get this season, and Philadelphia's Ken Giles might be the best bet.

Cubs Team Preview: Patience Is A Virtue

Javier Baez continued his impression of a windmill in winter ball, and RotoWire's Kenn Ruby suggests that his and the team's lack of plate discipline could hold them back in 2015.

FAAB Factor-NL: Rymer Reason

Rymer Liriano heads the list of NL callups for you to bid on this week. Jan Levine writes him and others up in this week's article.

Monday Lineup Card: Peralta Steals Home and the Attention of Fantasy Owners

Diamondbacks outfielder David Peralta is Monday's recommended pickup.

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

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

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.

Sunday Lineup Card: Yankees Look To Go Greene

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

Saturday Lineup Card: New Life

After flaming out in San Diego, Chase Headley has new life with the move the Bronx.

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...

Tuesday Lineup Card: Place Your Betts

Saturday Lineup Card: New No. 2 Hitter In Baltimore?

Steve Pearce has occupied the two-hole in each of the Orioles' last three games, making him a decent speculative target for those in deeper mixed leagues.

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.

Bats & Balls: Hitters to Target

David Ortiz's string of .300 seasons likely will end this year, but he's not lost at the plate and his luck should turn at some point.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Heaney Meeny Miney Mo

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.

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.

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.