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Fantasy Articles Featuring Daniel Descalso

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Daniel Descalso's name.

Daily Baseball 101: Breaking Down FanDuel Hitting 2.0

Michael Rathburn delves deeper into his research to discover the best hitters to target on FanDuel.

FAAB Factor-NL: No Go For CarGo

Corey Dickerson has taken ahold of a full-time job in the outfield for the Rockies with Carlos Gonzalez on the DL. See how much Jan Levine suggests you bid for him in this week's article.

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.

2014 Cardinals Preview: The Fountain of Youth

The Cardinals churn out talent better than any organization in baseball. What will Michael Wacha do for an encore after an outstanding debut last season?

Rounding Third: Playoff Rankings

Jeff Erickson is favoring the Cardinals in his playoff ranks, meaning that Adam Wainwright is a fantastic target in your playoff pools.

In Some Depth: Playing Out the String

With the D-Backs approaching mathematical elimination from a postseason berth, Matt Davidson could see an increased run of playing time at third base in the near future.

Sunday Lineup Card: Colabello Who?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Grilli Set to 'Preheat' For Now

The Pirates activated Jason Grilli from the DL on Tuesday, but he'll be used in middle relief initially while the Pirates stick with Mark Melancon at closer.

In Some Depth: Three's A Crowd

How will the Red Sox work Xander Bogaerts into their infield mix with Stephen Drew and Will Middlebrooks? Ryan Eisner takes a look in the latest edition of In Some Depth.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Lord Farquhar

FAAB Factor - NL: Beware the Beard?

Brian Wilson is now going to be wearing Dodger Blue - is he worth a bid? Jan Levine tells you that and more in this week's article.

Friday Lineup Card: Avila Showing Life

The Lineup Card: Don't Look Over Yonder

Thursday Lineup Card

Tuesday Lineup Card: The Grant Is Greener

In Some Depth: Contenders' Shopping Lists

Brian Roberts' latest injury has left a massive hole at second base. It wouldn't be surprising to see the O's shop for a second baseman before the trade deadline.

Sunday Lineup Card: Blank Check

Monday Lineup Card: Ubaldo Is Back

In Some Depth: Volatility Check

Tigers manager Jim Leyland rarely changes the lineup in Detroit, providing steady value for the hitters around Miguel Cabrera.

Rounding Third: Week 6 Primer

No, Lance Berkman would not care to revisit his opinion on Wrigley Field, nor does he wish to discuss his role as a pinch-hitter for the next three days. See who else has interleague games this week.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Nicked-Up Stars

Rounding Third: Shut Out - Week 5 Primer

After missing out on the latest top bidding object (Jose Valverde) in his various leagues, Jeff Erickson is reconsidering his FAAB strategy, at least in NFBC formats.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Unseating More Closers

Rounding Third: Chris Heisey, Acquired

Chris Heisey has a big opportunity with the Reds while Ryan Ludwick is on the DL.

In Some Depth: Sobering Up

After convincing the Red Sox's front office he was ready for a look in the big leagues this spring, Jackie Bradley needs to start hitting again to secure his roster spot.

FAAB Factor - NL: First Closer Change of the Year

Kyuji Fujikawa has been given the Cubs' closer job over Carlos Marmol, and Chris Heisey has been freed. Jan Levine tells you how much to bid on both.

FAAB Factor-NL: Countless Buying Opportunities

Pictured in happier (well, at least on the field) times in Tampa Bay, Carl Crawford surprised many by rehabbing his elbow enough to be ready for Opening Day.

Spring Training Job Battles: Spring Conclusions

How will the Dodgers replace Hanley Ramirez? Brian Pelowski looks around the league as the spring job battles wrap up on the brink of Opening Day.

MLB Barometer: Smoke Signals

In some instances, spring training smoke means fire. Howard Bender takes a look at Nolan Arenado and others who are an opportunity away from making an impact.

MLB Barometer: The Jerk

Jedd Gyorko is one of the big risers this spring as he's closing in on the starting job at second base for the Padres.

Rounding Third: RotoWire's NL LABR Team

Andrew McCutchen landed on our squad on the basis of a price-enforcing bid. Who else did Jeff Erickson end up with?