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Fantasy Articles Featuring Steve Souza

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Steve Souza's name.

The Daily Duel: Value Picks

RotoWire's Kevin Payne takes a look at the current FanDuel value picks at each position.

FAAB Factor-NL: Clippard Closing?

Jan Levine breaks down the Nationals' closer committee and tells you what to bid on Tyler Clippard.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Call-Up Day

As usual, Sept. 1 features a list of prospect and non-prospect call-ups a mile long -- with some noteworthy names mixed in.

Friday Lineup Card: Jay Is The Way

Reds closer Aroldis Chapman looks to be back to himself after a Thursday night appearance...

Wednesday Lineup Card: Pining For Pineda

Michael Pineda, out since late April due to a suspension and then a back injury, is finally set to make his return to the mound Wednesday.

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

Diamondbacks outfielder David Peralta is Monday's recommended pickup.

FAAB Factor-NL: Bidding On Baez

Is Javier Baez available in your league? Jan Levine suggests how high you should bid on him and others in the National League in this week's column.

Sunday Lineup Card: One Last Ride With The Captain

Jeter is the pickup of the week.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Baez And Sellers

The Cubs are finally calling up coveted middle-infield prospect Javier Baez, who'll get a chance to start his career with a bang in his debut at Coors Field on Tuesday.

Monday Lineup Card: Don't Go it A-Loney

FAAB Factor-NL: Mike Olt!

Jan Levine reviews this week's crop of possible NL pickups, starting with Mike Olt, who is getting more playing time at third base for the Cubs.

FAAB Factor-NL: Closer Speculation

Jose Valverde blew the save Saturday night against the Angels. Who might be next in line to close if the Mets look for a change? Jason Collette suggests that Gonzalez Germen might be worth a look.

Minor League Barometer: Dodgers Not Blue About Puig

Yasiel Puig is forcing the Dodgers to make a difficult decision, but Los Angeles can afford to stay patient with its young phenom.