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Fantasy Articles Featuring Roberto Osuna

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Collette Calls: Reviewing AL Bold Predictions

Jason Collette looks back at his predictions for the American League this year. Some proved prescient, others did not.

Collette Calls: New Pitch Fact Check

Jason Collette checks the outcomes of pitchers who said in spring they were adding a new pitch this year. Who actually followed through and what difference did it make?

Regan's Rumblings: Late-season MLB Debuts

Dave Regan rumbles this week about a bunch of young players that have made their MLB debut in September -- like the Phillies' J.P. Crawford.

Mound Musings: I Was Born a Ramblin’ Man

This week, Brad Johnson touches on some topics that he didn’t cover in previous columns this season. He also highlights the skills of Diamondbacks’ Robbie Ray, who’s been on a tear since returning from the DL.

AL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Erik Siegrist looks at the available talent in the AL and some closer situations still in flux, including Aroldis Chapman's return to ninth-inning duty for the Yankees.

Mound Musings: Building a 2018 Draft Value List

If your season is over, Brad Johnson says there’s still work to be done preparing for 2018. This week, he’s focusing on valuable arms that you can buy at a discount in next year’s draft, including Patrick Corbin of the Diamondbacks.

AL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Erik Siegrist checks out the free-agent pool in the American League, where Garrett Richards is the latest young Angel to come off the DL and bolster their rotation.

Oak's Corner: Ranking 2018 Closers

With the 2017 season winding down, Scott Jenstad ranks the top 10 closers for 2018. At the top of his list is Kenley Jansen, who has posted an ERA under 3.00 in all seven of his seasons to go along with massive strikeout numbers.

AL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Erik Siegrist wades into the free-agent pool in the American League and thinks Willy Adames is more than ready to make his big-league debut for the Rays.

AL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Erik Siegrist looks over the available free agents in the junior circuit and thinks Jay Bruce might be the last big-name bat to join the AL playoff chase.

Mound Musings: The Bullpen Shuffle – National League

Brad Johnson evaluates the current closer situations across the National League, like in St. Louis where Trevor Rosenthal, at least momentarily, has the job over Seung Hwan Oh.

Regan's Rumblings: Closing Time

Dave Regan shifts his rumblings toward exploring the ninth-inning pitching situation for each of baseball's 30 teams with the trade deadlne in the rearview.

Mound Musings: Revisiting My 2017 'Home' League

As the season progresses, Brad Johnson examines the additions, subtractions and evolution of the roles in the staff of his home league, featuring Noah Syndergaard, who hasn’t played since April.

Collette Calls: Bullpen Watch at the Break

Jason Collette reviews each team's bullpen and looks at who might move as we enter the second half with the trade deadline approaching.

Mound Musings: The Biggest Surprises so Far

This week, Brad Johnson takes on pitchers who’ve been impressive the first half of the season, including Arizona's Robbie Ray, who Johnson believes is going to continue to get better.

Oak's Corner: This Week’s Players of Note

Scott Jenstad notes that Miami’s Marcell Ozuna is having a monster season so far, hitting .333 with 17 homers and 47 RBI, and could be at his peak value.

The Wheelhouse: Closer Watch

As ninth-inning roles turn over due to poor performance and injuries, Derek VanRiper shares his updated closer rankings.

AL FAAB Factor: Waiver Pickups of the Week

Erik Siegrist wades into this week's free agent pool and bids a fond farewell to Jose Berrios, who looked strong in his season debut Saturday.

Mound Musings: Spotlight on the Soft-Tossers

This week Brad Johnson tackles a question posed by a reader who asked whether Johnson considers pitchers who lack big arms like Cy Young winner and Boston Red Sox Rick Porcello.

Oak's Corner: Bummed About Bumgarner

In this week’s addition, Scott Jenstad laments having chosen injured Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner in the first round of one of his most high-profile fantasy teams.

Mound Musings: Advanced Metrics and 20/20 Eyesight

Brad Johnson talks about the metrics he uses to assess pitchers but also advises going old school and watching specific pitchers, like Justin Verlander, to accumulate one’s own data.

Mound Musings: My 2017 “Home” League Mound Corps

This week Brad Johnson gives readers a look into his own fantasy pitching staff for his highly competitive hometown keeper league. One of the stars of his roster is Noah Syndergaard.

The Z Files: The Necessary Evil of Park Factors

Todd Zola analyzes park factors for all 30 clubs, and thinks pitching in Great American Ballpark might not be such a handicap for young Reds hurlers like Brandon Finnegan.

Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Rodon Has Biceps Bursitis

Jeff Stotts examines injured players around the league who'll miss Opening Day and beyond, including White Sox pitcher Carlos Rodon who’ll will be out for at least two weeks.

The Wheelhouse: Punting Batting Average

Derek VanRiper considers the roster construction process without worrying about batting average.

Top 250 Dynasty League Rankings

James Anderson offers up his overall rankings for deep dynasty leagues, and puts Corey Seager firmly in the top 10 after his breakout 2016.

Collette Calls: AL LABR Review

Jason Collette investigates three fascinating aspects of the recent AL LABR auction -- speed, closers and shiny new toys. How much of a premium did Andrew Benintendi cost?

Mound Musings: Arms to Watch in the AL East

Brad Johnson breaks down each team's rotation in the AL East and discusses whether fantasy owners should pursue Michael Pineda this season.

Regan's Rumblings: Preseason Closer Rankings

Dave Regan is back with his first Rumblings of 2017, turning his focus to all 30 teams and their potential closers heading into the season.

The Z Files: Closing Arguments

Todd Zola examines different approaches for handling saves, and wonders if most fantasy owners are properly pricing the production of elite closers like Kenley Jansen.