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Fantasy Articles Featuring Collin Balester

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NL FAAB Factor: Rising Star(lin)?

Starlin Castro has had a disappointing year, but his bat has come to life and the injury to Jorge Soler may have opened up some playing time. This week's NL FAAB Factor, courtesy of RotoWire's Jan Levine.

Monday Lineup Card: McCall on McCullers

Lance McCullers is Monday's Recommended Pickup after fanning eight over seven strong innings Sunday against Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Kemp Returns

Thursday Lineup Card: The Bell Tolls - For Now

Bernie On The Scene: Draft Impact, Part III

Mike Trout has already joined the Angels for a regular place in their lineup, but is he ready? Bernie Pleskoff breaks it down and looks at recent drafts of the Angels, Pirates, Tigers, Cards and Phillies.

2012 Tigers Preview: Tigers 2012: AL Team to Beat?

Thursday Lineup Card: Late Night Mound Delight

Wednesday Lineup Card: Byrd Watching

Friday Lineup Card: Chapman Earns First Save

Wednesday Lineup Card: Long Live King Albert

Thursday Lineup Card: Time to Pick Up Charlie Blackmon?

Sunday Lineup Card: Oliver Gets the Call

Monday Lineup Card: Weaver Goes For Win No. 6

Monday Lineup Card: A.M. Baseball in Boston

2011 Nats Preview: The Future Is Arriving

Bryce Harper is another piece of the puzzle poised to make the near future exciting in Washington.

John Sickels' Column: Potential Pitching Call-Ups

NL FAAB Factor: Rosters Get Even Bigger

The Lineup Card: Labor Day Edition

NL FAAB Factor: Meet the Mets

The Lineup Card: Threat to the Crown

King Felix hasn't allowed a run in his last three starts. Can the Red Sox slow him down?

The Lineup Card: Did You Miss Me?

Stephen Strasburg returns to the mound Tuesday, just one of several aces on the hill, including Ubaldo Jimenez, Felix Hernandez and Tim Lincecum.

NL FAAB Factor: Happ-y Returns in Philly

The Lineup Card: Hammerin' Hanley

He only has 17 career at-bats against Jair Jurrjens, but Hanley Ramirez has torched the Braves pitcher for three home runs.