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Fake Teams Hitting the Fantasy Links

More afternoon games today, folks, so check those lineups.  Here are you fantasy baseball links of interest.

The Fantasy Fix updates their Starting Pitcher rankings.

So does Rotographs.  It's a good list, though I question the judgment of anybody who would name their top tier after Pearl Jam.

Baseball Press highlights some under-the-radar players for AL and NL only leagues.  I want to be in the NL-only league where Chris Coghlan is sitting on the waiver wire.

Fantasy Baseball Cafe has some waiver recommendations for each position.

Roto Hardball points out that you should be using the disabled list in your league to your advantage.

Follow the jump for more fantasy baseball links.

Roto Hardball examines lucky and unlucky players using BABIP-xBABIP splits.

RotoExperts has some buy-low candidates for you, as does RotoWorld.

RotoRob profiles Zach Britton, who is looking more and more like the real deal.  I'm not quite ready to anoint him the ace of that staff, but it won't be long now, I would wager.

Rotoprofessor asks if it's time to give up on Yovani Gallardo.  After reading this, I'm going to go try and trade for him when I'm done typing this up.  RP also takes a look at Mat Latos and Daniel Hudson.

FanGraphs analyzes Matt Garza's PitchFX data and concludes that he has remade himself as a pitcher...probably.

The Fantasy Fix looks at 4 well-known prospects and asks when they'll be ready to join The Show.

My current favorite pitching prospect Jameson Taillon made his first minor league start, which was shortened by weather.

Roto Hardball profiles Braves prospect Julio Teheran.

John Sickels' Prospect of the Day is Twins SS Trevor Plouffe.

Roto Professor rounds up some injury news.

Fantasy Phenoms reports on injured closers.

According to Marc Carig of, Phil Hughes may have Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, which requires removal of a rib and around a 4-month recovery time.

Joe Mauer isn't expected to return anytime soon, according to Twins reporter Phil Mackey.

Finally, the ottoneu Pick Six game (which is free!) launched today.  Check it out.