This article is part of our NL FAAB Factor series.
National League - FAAB - 7/6/14
Dallas Beeler, Cubs - Beeler was profiled last week after he was called up to make his major-league debut. He acquitted himself well, allowing just one unearned run on four hits and three walks, striking out six over six innings, Beeler, who had a 4.03 ERA and 6.4 K/9 in 10 starts with Triple-A Iowa, could stick in the Cubs' rotation following the trade of Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel to Oakland on Friday night. Mixed: $0; NL: $2.
Chris Capuano, Rockies - Capuano opened the season red-hot for Boston but hit the skids before he was released last week. He did not allow a run his first 15 innings pitched of the year, but surrendered six his next 12.2 innings pitched and allowed 10 earned runs on 14 hits and four walks in four June innings to earn his release. Capuano signed a minor-league deal with a Colorado squad desperate for pitching. He will get stretched out as a starter at Triple-A Colorado Springs and likely will join the team by the end of July. Mixed: $0; NL: $2.
Brad Hand, Marlins - Hand, sidelined with a right ankle sprain on May 24, posted a 2.38 ERA and 2-0 record in six starts at High-A Jupiter and Triple-A New Orleans to earn a promotion to start Thursday against the Phillies with Tom Koehler on the paternity list. He worked five innings in Thursday's no-decision against the Phillies, allowing