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Fantasy Articles Featuring Danny Espinosa

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Danny Espinosa's name.

In Some Depth: Out of Hand

Eric Hosmer has shown signs of rebounding from his poor first half in July, but a hand injury recently opened up time at first base for Billy Butler and Raul Ibanez.

FAAB Factor-NL: Reunited - Will It Feel So Good?

Jake Peavy's trade to the Giants reunites him with former manager Bruce Bochy? Can he conjure similar results now that he's back in the NL?

In Some Depth: The Kid Is Alright

In the absence of Evan Gattis (back), Christian Bethancourt has received a long look behind the plate from the Braves.

In Some Depth: Weak Links

The Yankees aren't getting much out of Derek Jeter, but will they acquire an upgrade this summer to make their playoff push in the second half?

MLB Barometer: All Aboard the Jenrry Train

Jenrry Mejia has solidified the Mets' closer situation and merits an upgrade in Vlad Sedler's eyes. See who else makes his list in this week's Barometer.

MLB Barometer: The New Bash Brothers

Brandon Moss, Josh Donaldson and a number of other A's have been meeting up at home plate on a frequent basis this season.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Closer-By-Committee Succeeds?

Sean Doolittle tries to prove his value in a closer-by-committee situation

Rounding Third: Week 6 Primer

The Reds and Red Sox play two games against each other this week. Tony Perez's Game 7 homer gets short shrift when remembering that series.

Behind the Numbers: April NFBC FAAB Review

K-Rod has proven a profitable waiver-wire pickup, but what's the best way to spend FAAB for saves?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Denorfia Delivers

Those in deep or NL-only leagues may want to take a look at the Padres' Chris Denorfia, who can offer a little bit of everything while he continues to receive at-bats.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Have A Niese Day

Fantasy owners have been criminally underrating the Mets' Jon Niese -- who battles Cole Hamels Tuesday night -- in the season's early going.

Rounding Third: Week 5 Primer

Remorse from an early season drop, the Vengeance of Versalles and a season or two riding on the sidearm of Joe Smith, all in this week's primer.

Monday Lineup Card: Don't Go it A-Loney

Rounding Third: Week 4 Primer

Bryce Harper's benching, Patriots Day game issues and FAAB results.

FAAB Factor-NL: Change of Scenery

Ike Davis gets a fresh start in Pittsburgh - how much does Jan Levine think you should bid on him?

Rounding Third: Difficult Cuts

Even though Jake Odorizzi has newfound job security in the Rays' rotation, Jeff Erickson cut him on his NFBC Main Event team.

FAAB Factor-NL: NL Closer Chaos

How much should you bid on K-Rod and the other newly minted closers in the NL? Jan Levine gives you the scoop in this week's article.

FAAB Factor - NL: Big Bid on Dee Gordon?

Does Dee Gordon merit a big bid this week after he won the Dodgers' starting second base job? Jan Levine breaks it down for us in his initial column of the season.

Spring Training Job Battles: Final Decisions

As teams near their season openers, the final cuts are being made and job battles have been decided. Brian Pelowski takes one last look around the league as spring training comes to an end.

Spring Training Job Battles: Opportunity Knocks

The rash of injuries in the Braves' rotation has opened up an unexpected competition this spring.

Spring Training Job Battles: An Early Look

Now that spring training is in full swing, Brian Pelowski looks around the league at jobs that are up for grabs. Can Miguel Sano become the Opening Day starter at third base in Minnesota?

2014 Nationals Team Preview: Beast Of The East

Despite falling well short of expectations in 2013 and losing their manager to retirement, the Nationals are again the heavy favorites in the NL East. Is this the season Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg break through and reach their true potential?

The RotoWire 200: Our First Bite of the Apple

According to our projections, Clayton Kershaw will be the third most valuable fantasy player in 2014. Are you willing to pull the trigger on him early on if you have that choice?

Collette Calls: Profits & Losses

Now that it's all said and done, Chris Davis returned a greater profit than any player drafted in 2013. Jason Collette looks back at the biggest profits and losses from the past season.

In Some Depth: Gaping Holes

The Mariners have gone through several catchers this season, but they have a long-term solution in 2012 first-round pick Mike Zunino. Ryan Eisner looks around the league at the biggest vacancies heading into the offseason.

Charging the Mound: Where We Went Wrong

Bryce Harper fell far short of Chris Liss's expectations this year, hurting him significantly in multiple leagues. Was this a design flaw, or just grabbing the wrong player? (WITH VIDEO)

Behind the Numbers: Second-Half Sleepers for Deep Leagues

Even if Dee Gordon is called up to be a utility guy, the stolen-base potential alone makes him worth a look in a lot of formats.

Saturday Lineup Card: Rendon Is The Keystone

Charging the Mound: It's A Long Season

Could Brett Lawrie be a second-half post-hype sleeper? Can we put Yasiel Pug's sensational start into historical context? Chris Liss and Jeff Erickson discuss those topics and more.

Bernie On the Scene: What Should They Do - NL?

The Cubs have already traded Scott Feldman, but they have a number of moves upcoming, most notably dealing Matt Garza. Bernie Pleskoff breaks down the needs and resources of each NL team.