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FAAB Factor-NL: Rymer Reason

Jan Levine

Jan Levine

Levine covers baseball, basketball and hockey for RotoWire. In addition to his column writing, he's the master of the MLB and NHL cheatsheets. In his spare time, he roots for the Mets.

National League - FAAB - 8/17/14

Starting Pitching:

Dylan Axelrod, Reds - Homer Bailey's flexor mass creates a hole in the Reds rotation that initially was filled by Axelrod, who was promoted to start Sunday for Cincinnati. Axelrod has posted a respectable 3.06 ERA in five starts since joining Triple-A Louisville in mid-July, but he's posted a 5.36 ERA at the major league level. It may only be a one and done for Axelrod, so don't go crazy bidding on him. Mixed: No; NL: $0.

Archie Bradley, Diamondbacks - Bradley may get a chance to show his wares in the big leagues, as Arizona manager Kirk Gibson said he might go to a six-man rotation in September. Bradley got off to a horrific start, posted a 5.18 ERA and 43 strikeouts over five starts at Triple-A Reno to begin the season and his poor numbers might have been due to his elbow woes that ultimately landed him on the disabled. When he is on, Bradley mixes a plus-plus

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